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Nokia Smart TV has revealed design and specifications

Nokia Smart TV has revealed design and specifications

Digit India has published images of Nokia Smart TV, the next bet of the mythical mobile phone brand. This will be the first television of the brand, with a 55 inch size and smart features such as the inclusion of Android TV software.

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The television has a modern design, reducing the frames and displaying a lower bar where the Nokia logo is. Below that is a speaker courtesy of JBL that will surely help with the sound quality of the television. The speaker features Dolby Audio, Dolby Digital and DTS TruSurround for an immersive experience.

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Nokia Smart TV Specifications

  • 55-inch LED display with 4K, Dolby Vision and HDR 10 support
  • PureX quad-core processor
  • 2 GB of RAM
  • Netflix, YouTube, and Google Assistant shortcuts on command

As we can see, the technical features of Nokia Smart TV are quite interesting. The television comes with Android TV and buttons dedicated to the most used content platforms.

Price and availability

As Nokia's first bet in this market, don't expect to see this TV available at your nearest store anytime soon. Initially, Nokia will launch this television on December 10, only in the Indian market. It will have a value of around 550 euros.

Due to its massive population, India represents one of the most potential markets in the world. Also being a developing country, low-cost technology is a goldmine for companies looking to leverage such as Xiaomi, Oppo and Realme.

Nokia will then compete directly with Xiaomi, whose televisions are also very successful in India and the Asian market in general.

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