Samsung Launches Funbelievable Smart TV Lineup in India, Price Starts from Rs 12,990

Samsung funbelievable TV

Recently, Samsung expanded its TVs portfolio in the Indian market with the addition of new #funbelievable Smart TV lineup. The all-new series consists of two televisions, as of now, 32-inch and 43-inch screen size variants. The new series offers features such as personal computer mode, content guide, internet browsing and many more. Here is everything you need to know about it.

Samsung Funbelievable Smart TV: Features, Specs

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As mentioned earlier, the new Smart TVs comes in two sizes – 32-inch and 43-inch screen size. Although the company hasn’t revealed the resolution, we’re guessing the 32-inch to have an HD panel with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. The 43-inch, on the other hand, should feature a Full HD panel (1920×1080 pixels). Both the smart television supports popular content streaming apps such as Netflix, Prime Video, Zee5, Sony Liv and Voot.

Coming to the different features, the new Personal Computer Mode allows users to add certain computer features to the television. You will be able to create documents, presentations and even mirror laptop wirelessly without any internet connection. Furthermore, users will be able to remotely access their laptop or computer over the internet. There is a Content Mode feature that helps to find content from various content streaming apps and services.

Price, Availability

The all-new Samsung unbelievable lineup starts with a price tag of INR 12,990 (roughly $175). Apart from just two smart TVs of different sizes, the lineup also includes a non-smart 32-inch tv. With this new lineup, the company is targetting affordable segment competing with the likes of Xiaomi and Vu.

Interested buyers can get their hands on one such television via Samsung exclusive stores, various offline retailers, Samsung online website and other e-commerce platforms.

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