Almost all the smart TVs available are different from one another in terms of their build quality, operating system, sound output, and others. So how to choose really? These days Smart TVs are trending in India and people are buying them more than ever, also because of the fact that they are getting cheaper. You no longer have to pay a lump sum of money to afford them and the best part is with Smart TVs you no longer have to pay more to set-top box operators, just use the Wi-Fi, get the subscription that you want and you are good to go. And since the festive season is just around the corner and if you are looking for a change in your living or simple need a new Smart TV, here are our best affordable picks for you!
OnePlus Y Series HD Ready LED Smart Android TV 32Y1
The very popular chinese smartphone brand, onePlus, entered the affordable tV segment in July 2020 with its Y series and is priced at rs 12,999. The onePlus 32Y1 is loaded with features and looks elegant as well with 91.4 per cent screen-to-body ratio. It runs on Android TV 9 oS, has an inbuilt Chromecast, and works with Alexa as well. The display has a 60Hz refresh rate, noise reduction, colour space mapping, dynamic contrast, antialiasing, DCI-P3 93% colour gamut and Gamma engine. It also has two HDMI ports and two USB ports. The remote has dedicated buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Youtube, and Google Assistant. In the sound department, it has 20W box speakers and Dolby Audio.
Samsung 32 Inches Wondertainment Series HD Ready LED Smart TV
The South Korean tech giant, Samsung, is known for its variety of gadgets and home appliances, it is not a new brand in the business and its TVs are considered to be one of the best around the globe, and it’s 32-inch HD ready LeD Smart TV is priced competitively against the LG as it is currently available for rs 14,999.
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