Home-grown consumer electronic brand Daiwa announced its new range of 50-inch (126cm) 4K smart TV ‘D50162FL’ with frame-less design. The TV is priced at Rs 39,990 and will be available at leading retail stores in India.
Daiwa claims it has cut down on the bezels to achieve a 96% screen-to-body ratio and 178 degrees of viewing angle. The 4K Ultra HD TV with 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution comes with Quantum Luminit Technology with 1.07 billion colours and HDR10.
The smart television comes with 20W Box speakers with 5 sound modes and dbx-tv audio technology, for a surround sound experience. Picture modes such as Cricket Mode and Cinema Mode use a combination of optimised brightness.
Powered by Cloud TV-certified AOSP, the smart TV comes with Daiwa’s own ‘The BigWall’ UI – with 25,00,000+ hours of content with several official streaming apps along with a movie box. It also has its own content discovery engine – a universal search to find shows/movies across the app library. Users can also live stream news from news apps that are available on the BigWall or across multiple apps. The smart TV (from next month onwards) will get a voice assistance facility that enables command-based search and functionality through the mic.
The smart TV runs on Android 9.0 version and A-55 quad-core processor, which comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. For connectivity, the TV comes with 3 HDMI ports, 2 USB, Wi-Fi, 1 optical output, ethernet, 2AV In and 1 headphone jack. It also comes with E-share for screen mirroring and using your smartphone as an air mouse. The Bluetooth technology will enable viewers to connect their wireless headphones and music systems to the television set.