According to NokiaPowerUser report, after launching a number of smart TVs in India this year and being enthusiastically sought after, Nokia decided to launch a new TV product on October 6. Interestingly, this new product will come with the Onkyo sound system.
Nokia’s previous models are 43-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch Nokia Smart TVs. The new Nokia Smart TV 32-inch and 50-inch products have passed BIS certification. According to current information, the 32-inch Nokia Smart TV will have FHD resolution and may become the cheapest Nokia Smart TV. The source also expects the price of this 32-inch smart TV to be around 21999 Rs, which is approximately $300.
At the same time, the 50-inch Nokia Smart TV is expected to sell for 36999Rs (approximately $505). It is expected to have a built-in JBL speaker, to support smart dimming, DTS and Dolby Vision and other functions. Also, these smart TVs will run the Android operating system and support Google Assistant’s voice command interface.
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Current Nokia Smart TV Products
By the way, Nokia launched two TVs in June of this year. Among them, a 43-inch 4K LED smart TV came with an Android 9 system out of the box, a CA53 quad-core processor clocked at 1.0GHz, a built-in 2.25GB RAM and a 16GB storage space. This TV supports Dolby Vision, HDR10 and MEMC technology. Its price was 31999 Indian rupees, or about $436. Apart from this, the top-notch Nokia 65-inch smart TV is priced at 64,999 rupees (about $886) in India.
As for design, we guess this new TV will continue the same design style as the rest of the models. Thus, it will use a bezel-less design. The top and two side bezels should be ultra-thin but the base will be a bit thicker. It uses a sliver bracket below but can also be wall-mounted. There is also a silver trim below the TV, and the ‘NOKIA’ logo is in the middle. At the bottom, there is a long JBL speaker.
Undoubtedly, the upcoming screen size versions of the Nokia Smart TV will go on sale not only through the company’s official channels but also through the Flipcart and Amazon India. In this sense, we should understand that for Nokia, India is a very important market. ‘Flipkart will use its understanding of the needs of Indian consumers to develop and promote the production and sales of Nokia brand smart TVs.’