Category: General|Dec 7, 2019 | Author: Admin

Nokia launches 4K Android TV for under 6000, only in India for now

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We liked this one in Norwegian stores.

We liked this one in Norwegian stores.

The company that was once a leader in the mobile phone market has now launched its very first TV.

Google Assistant, Dolby and JBL
There is the talk of a 55-inch Smart TV with 4K HDR10 supported display running Android TV 9.0 and has integrated support for Google Assistant. The display has a brightness of 400 nits, Intelligent Dimming is baked in and so is the certification for Dolby Vision and Dolby Audio. The contrast ratio is 1200: 1.

The smart TV is equipped with a four-core processor with 2.25GB memory and 16GB storage, two USB ports, and three HDMI ports.

The speakers are at 24W and adjusted by the very JBL to give what we assume is going to be impressive sound - as far as possible on the TV itself, well noticeable.

Wall mount included in the package
If you hang up in design then the first thing that strikes you is probably that it is very minimalist in design, with very thin frames. The Nokia TV also has a different foot type than most other TVs on the market, and if you are the type who prefers to hang it on the wall then it's good to know that the equipment comes in the box.

The fact that the TV comes with Android is a big advantage for you who would like to download content from the Play Store. Nokia also has Chromecast functionality integrated into it, so you have almost everything you can think of for a price tag of around $ 600, around $ 5500.

Unfortunately, it is only in India that you get the TV for the time being, but given that this is at the very beginning phase of Nokia, it is probably not inconceivable that they will expand the offer to other markets eventually.

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