Daiwa announces ‘Made in India’ smart TVs with Prime Video and CloudTV under 12k

Daiwa, India’s fastest growing homegrown consumer electronic brand, launches 80cm (32) (D32SM9), and 98cm (39) (D40HDR9L) HD Ready Smart TVs powered by Cloud TV. The Smart TVs also have two new variants D32SM9A and D40HDR9LA, powered with Cloud TV Voice assistance. The 80cm (32) Smart TVs are priced at Rs11,990 and Rs12,490, while the 98cm (39) Smart TVs are priced at Rs17,990 and Rs18,490. Both TV lines come with a one-year warranty with an additional one-year warranty on the panels (T&C apply). The TVs can be purchased on the company website www.daiwa.in and leading retail stores in India.

Enhancing the user experience, the HD Ready Smart TVs come with its own user-friendly UI – ‘The BIGWALL’ and provide a bundle of TV apps, global content, and more. The UI navigates through the expansive library of premium content, which includes more than 2500000 hours of content and a ‘Movie Box’ App with over 25000 free movies in multiple genres and languages suited to each user.

The UI also displays the latest and trending content on the home screen, with smart recommendations, which can be further filtered with the Content Discovery Engine to access content from across the apps right from the homepage. The new smart TVs come with a host of popular streaming apps like Disney+, Hotstar, Zee5, SonyLiv, Sun NXT etc.

OTT platforms

To enhance the user experience, all Daiwa smart TVs will have the official Amazon Prime Video app, which will provide a plethora of entertainment possibilities. The TVs will also support Netflix, YouTube, and other services, as well as OTA updates.

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Sleek smart remote

The Smart TVs shall come with a new sleek smart remote, with dedicated buttons for Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, Zee5 and Movie Box. The smart TV’s with Cloud TV voice assistance come with a voice remote with in-built mic to allow users to operate the TV with their voice. The branded shortcuts on the remote make operations easier.

Arjun Bajaj, CEO, Daiwa TV said, “Daiwa’s association with Prime Video and CloudTV is aimed to deliver the best of the Smart TV experience to consumers. This initiative provides customers with a plethora of content tailored to Indian markets in the most user-friendly interface. With this, we reaffirm our commitment to provide the finest in-home entertainment, with collaboration throughout the media ecosystem exclusive to Daiwa customers.”

“Together we aim to launch products that checks all the boxes of the greatest Smart TV, to experience the greatest picture possible,” says Abhijeet Rajpurohit, head of partnerships at CloudTV OS.

The new smart TVs comes in a rich HD Ready Display that delivers quality in every scene – bright colours, high contrast and impeccable detail. The TVs support the Cinema Mode and improve each picture by replicating colors to provide a theatre-like experience. The HD-ready TVs ensure superb graphics with the 1366*768-pixel resolution, an A+ Grade Panel, Quantum Luminit Technology, and 16.7 million colours.  The 80 cm (32) Smart TV’s come with 20W Stereo Surround Speakers and the 98cm (39) Smart TV’s come with Surround Sound Box speakers making it a complete entertainment experience.

 

RAM and ROM

The TVs are equipped with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB ROM and are run on Android 9.0 operating system and the A-53 Quad Core Processor. The connectivity options include two HDMI and two USB ports along with Wi-Fi, Ethernet and Optical Output.  Consumers can also purchase an external Bluetooth dongle directly from the company to connect their Bluetooth enabled devices such as soundbars etc., to the TV.

Daiwa has a significant presence in India, with over 800+ service locations linked via the ‘My Daiwa App.’ Consumers may also take use of finance alternatives provided through Bajaj Finserv in the offline market, as well as several finance choices on the Daiwa website.

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