If you’re in the market for a new smart TV, this may be the finest choice. In fact, during Flipkart and Amazon’s festival season sales, you may get a good deal on smart TVs. In the sale, there are some fantastic 32-inch smart TVs for under Rs 15,000 to choose from. On the purchase of these Smart TVs, banking discounts are being offered.
1. The Realme Smart TV Neo:
Price – Approx. Rs 14,999/-
The Realme Smart TV Neo is a smart television that was developed by Realme. A 32-inch bezel-less display is featured on this Reality TV. TUV Rheinland has also certified it as having low blue light emissions. This TV boasts twin 20-watt speakers with Dolby Audio compatibility for a powerful sound experience. The TV is said to have crystal clear sound quality, according to the manufacturer.
2. Kodak 32HDX7XPRO:
Price – Approx. Rs 12,999/-
A 60Hz refresh rate and an ultra-thin bezel distinguish the Kodak 32HDX7XPRO HD (1,366×768 pixels) LED TV. Three HDMI connections and two USB slots are included in the TV’s connectivity choices, which feature 24W speakers. Voice search, Google Play access, and an embedded Chromecast are just a few of the smart TV capabilities.
3. PATH 0011BL Thomson 32:
Price – Approx. Rs 13,499/-
The Thomson Smart TV comes with a 32-inch Full HD Ready display with a 1366/768 resolution. The display rate is set to 60 cycles per second. Smart TVs have a 16:09 aspect ratio. Two 12W speakers are included. As a result, the sound output is a total of 24W. It contains two USB ports, one HDMI port, and an output connector for headphones and speakers.
4. Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro:
Price – Rs 14,999/-
The Mi TV 4A Pro TV has a 60Hz refresh rate and an HD (1,366×768 pixels) display. This TV has a DTS-HD sound system with a 20W speaker. It is powered by Android TV 9.0 and features the PatchWall 3.0 interface. The TV offers built-in Wi-Fi as well as compatibility with Google Assistant. A quad-core processor is included in the specifications, along with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. There are three HDMI ports and two USB connections on the TV.
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