Chinese tech giant, Xiaomi has launched the Mi TV Stick with 1080p Streaming and Built-in Chromecast. It can be considered as an affordable alternative to the Mi Box 4K, and it will go on sale from August 7.
The new U- and Y-series of affordable OnePlus TVs joins the existing OnePlus TV Q1 series. The new OnePlus Y-series TV models are priced starting at ₹12,999, whereas the single U-series TV will retail at ₹49,999.
OnePlus is all set to bring a new range of affordable Smart TVs to India, which will be launched on July 2. The company is also offering two years of extended warranty for free with pre-booking.
TCL Electronics has launched its new range of 8K and 4K TV models in India with hands-free voice control. The company offers six new 4K TV models which start at ₹ 45,990 and a new 8K model.
Nokia, in a strategic partnership with Flipkart, has launched its 43-inch Smart TV with 4K screen, Dolby Vision, JBL Audio, Built-In Chromecast, MEMC support, amongst other features.
The Japanese electronics giant, Sony has officially announced its new range of Bravia X TVs - X8000H and X7500H - in India featuring 4K Ultra HD LED displays and powered with Android.
Google has recently updated their app Chromecast on Android TV to enable you to run audio streaming in the background. The users can now play music from the streaming apps on their phones while on the TV’s home screen.
TCL has extended the warranty of its range of smart TVs and air-conditioners from the original warranty that expired between March 20 and April 30 amid the ongoing lockdown due to Coronavirus.
Huawei has launched the Vision X65, its first OLED TV with a display that offers 120Hz refresh rate. It is fitted with a total 14 speakers, and a 3.5-inch ultra thin sub-woofer to deliver 5.1 surround sound.
The company hasn't officially announced neither the price nor when it will be released. And seeing Nokia's partnership with Flipkart, it is likely that the TV would be sold only in the Indian market.