Motorola Smart TV launching in India on September 16, will compete with these companies

Sep 12 2019 03:44 PM
Motorola Smart TV launching in India on September 16, will compete with these companies

Smartphone manufacturer Motorola in the Indian market is also preparing to launch Android TV soon. The company recently partnered with leading e-commerce website Flipkart to launch its smart TV. As soon as entering the Indian market with Smart TV, Motorola will also join the list of companies like Xiaomi, Samsung, Panasonic, VU, Thomson. Motorola has made Flipkart an official partner for online sales of its smart TVs.

According to the recently revealed leaked features of Motorola Smart TV, according to which, Motorola Smart TV will work on Android 9 Pie. That is, you will also get the facility of complete video streaming application in this smart TV. Apart from Motorola, OnePlus is also preparing to launch its OnePlus TV in the Indian market this month. The logo of OnePlus TV was officially released last month. OnePlus TV can be launched on September 26. MEMC support can be given in Motorola's next smart TV. This means that the screen's response rate will vary according to the content. Apart from this, users will not know about the changes happening at the time of scene shift. According to the leaked report, it can be given a front facing sound bar. It will be attached at the bottom of the screen.

According to media reports, the 30W front-facing speaker will be equipped with technology like DTS TruSurround Dolby Audio. The price and other information about this TV will be known only after the launch. There is no information about the launch date of this smart TV as of now. After looking at its leaked features, it is known that it is likely to be launched in the mid or premium range.

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