Nokia Smart TV to Launch in India on December 5


Nokia Smart TV

Earlier this month, Nokia announced that the company indeed is working on a brand new smart television in collaboration with Flipkart. Since then, Nokia Smart TV has been making numerous rounds on the internet revealing bits of information each time. We now have the confirmed launch date of the product. It seems like the company is launching the television on December 5 in India. The confirmed launch date falls in line with our previous report indicating an early December launch.

As part of this collaboration, Flipkart will be taking care of the manufacturing, distribution, and sales of the upcoming smart televisions. Nokia Smart TV is going to be a part of the “Make in India” program. It is worth noting that this is Flipkart’s second major collaboration with the first one being with Motorola for smart televisions also. As of now, Nokia, as well as Flipkart, has not officially revealed any key information on the television. As you might have guessed, the product is going to be the Flipkart exclusive.

This year we have seen a growing trend of smartphone manufacturers venturing into the smart TV space. Nokia’s upcoming television will face immense competition from the likes of Motorola, Xiaomi, Vu and many more. It seems like the e-commerce platform will target the Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities in India.

Nokia Smart TV: Leaked Specs, Features

A couple of days ago, some leaked images of the television came forward revealing tiny bezels, brushed metal finish, and JBL audio branding. To recall, the television is expected to come with a 55-inch Ultra HD screen with 4K resolution. The television runs on the Android 9.0 Pie operating system with the support of the Google Play Store and Google Assistant. The television will also come with “smart dimming technology” to offer better color and restoration levels. The front-firing speakers will come with the support of Dolby Atmos and DTS TruSurround.

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