Nokia 65 inch TV 4K variant with JBL powered audio launched on Flipkart. Flipkart and Nokia’s partnership have prolonged in addition to a brand new version of the Nokia Smart TV.
Nokia and Flipkart Partnership
Nokia and Flipkart have launched the third Nokia brand Smart TV in the country as part of their partnership. After the successful launch of 55-inch and 43-inch models, the Nokia 65-inch 4K Ultra HD TV has now been introduced in the Indian market.
This TV has a thin bezel, which gives an infinity-edge viewing experience. The TV comes with Dolby Vision and Intelligent Dimming. The design is very similar to Nokia 55 inch and 43-inch variants.
Nokia’s new TV has built-in 24-watt JBL speakers at the bottom. These JBL speakers are laced with audio optimization for Deep Base in addition to DTS Tru-Surround and Dolby Audio. This Nokia TV runs on Android 9 Pie OS. It has features like Google Assistant, in-built Chromecast. Apps can also be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
Nokia 65 inch Smart TV: Specifications
This new Android Smart TV from Nokia has a 65 inch (3840 × 2160 pixels) display with a viewing angle of 178 degrees. This smart TV comes with a 1 GHz PureX quad-core Cortex A53 processor. Mali 450MP4 GPU has been given for graphics. RAM is 2.25 GB and storage is 16 GB.
Nokia’s TV has connectivity features like Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n, Bluetooth 5.0, three HDMI ports, a USB 2.0, a USB 3.0 and Ethernet.
Nokia 65 inch TV: Price
This smart TV from Nokia is priced at Rs. 64,999. Nokia 65 inch Smart TV sale will start on the e-commerce portal Flipkart from 6 August 2020. Flipkart is offering up to 10% instant discount on different bank’s credit/debit cards along with EMI options.
In June 2020, Nokia has also launched 43-inch smart TV at Rs 31,999 in India. This smart TV also comes with JBL Audio, Dolby Vision support, and built-in Chromecast.
Nokia entered the Smart TV segment last year with its 55 inches smart TV which is priced at Rs. 41,999. The device gets a much-appreciated response and remains out of stock mostly.
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