A 32-inch Smart LED TV has been launched by Detel Mobile and Accessories in India. The product comes with a price tag of Rs 17,999 and would be available exclusively on B2BAdda.com, which is the country’s first hybrid e-distribution portal.
Detel has also recently launched the cheapest feature phone dubbed Detel D1+ in India last year at a price of only Rs 399. It has also launched two LED TVs last year, one 24-inch LED TV with a price tag of Rs 9,999 and another 32-inch LED TV at a price tag of Rs 13,999.
Talking about the specifications of the product, the TV features a screen size of 32-inch with a display resolution of 1366 X 768 pixels. It is backed by 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. It runs on the Android Operating System and also supports High Definition Multimedia Interface. It also uses the latest Samsung A-grade Panel, protector.
This TV is fully HD compatible and also uses Miracast for screen mirroring effect. The TV also uses Dolby Digital surround sound technology to provide a theatre like experience at home. It also has a USB 3.0 port to connect external devices like pen-drives and external hard-disk drives. It also features WiFi dual-band support and PC connectivity options. As per reports, Detel is also planning to launch a new series of LED TVs between 24-65 inches by the end of this month. The specifications of the products have not been revealed by the company till now.
Talking about the launch of this new LED TV, Mr. Yogest Bhatia, Managing Director, S.G Corporate Mobility said “With the launch of the world’s most economical feature-phone, we had broken a barrier of access to communication for people at the bottom of the pyramid. Now with a strong vision of ‘Banega India Smart,’ we are set to embark on a new journey with the launch of ‘India ka TV’. We want those digitally connected people to experience a new way of watching television and access internet on their TVs. We hope to reach to the remotest parts of the country with our affordable models and make difference to the lives of millions.”