Intex launches five new Smart LED TVs in India, prices start at Rs.27,999

Indian consumer electronics brand Intex has launched five new LED TVs in India, all running on Google’s Android TV platform. The lineup includes a 55-inch 4K, 43-inch 4K, 50-inch Full HD, 43-inch Full HD and 32-inch HD models.

The 55-inch 5500 SMT runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system and is powered by a dual-core processor paired with 8GB of memory. It features a premium aluminum body, giving it a premium touch that consumers expect from a 4K TV. Most affordable of the five new TVs, the 32-inch 3201 SMT too uses the same dual-core processor and 8GB of memory. However, it runs on the older Android 4.4 KitKat OS. The 43-inch 4300 SMT model runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop OS and is powered by a quad-core processor coupled with 8GB of memory. Both the 5001 SMT and 4301 SMT run on Android 4.4 and feature a quad-core processor with 4GB of memory.

All the five new Smart LED TVs have Wi-Fi built-in and support Miracast, making it easy for users to mirror the content on their smartphones to the bigger screen. They also boast a rich collection of over 200 apps in the custom app store. Some of the popular apps available include YouTube, Facebook, Netflix, and Twitter. In the audio department, all new models are equipped with stereo speakers with a Digital Noise Filter.

“Brand Intex is all about fulfilling aspirations, offering consumers the best of design and technology at very competitive pricing. Our 2017 festive line-up is ushering in a new era for televisions,” said Jayesh Parekh, Business Head, Consumer Durables, Intex Technologies.

Pricing and Availability

  • Intex 5500 SMT 55-inch 4K – Rs.78,999
  • Intex 4300 SMT 43-inch 4K – Rs.52,990
  • Intex 5001 SMT 50-inch Full HD – Rs.49,999
  • Intex 4301 SMT 43-inch Full HD – Rs.47,999
  • Intex 3201 SMT 32-inch HD – Rs.27,999

All five new TVs will soon be available via Intex partner retail stores across India.


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