Vu unveils their new range of Premium Android 4K TV in India
Vu is making a comeback in the Indian premium television market. Vu was the first brand to launch TVs powered by Android at a premium platform. Now they are back with a more advanced range of TVs with more impressive features. The TV is powered by Android 8.0 and also has 4K HDR panel which gives you an unmatched level of picture quality. You also have Dolby Audio which helps to give you optimal sound for different things you are watching on your Television.
Vu Premium Android 4K TV Features
Vu has powered its latest range of Premium Android 4K TVs with the most recent Android Oreo 8.0. The four different variants (43”, 50”, 55”, 65”) support 4K HDR 10 technology and 4K Upscaling.
The premium range of Smart TVs further packs powerful features like Dolby Vision, Dolby Audio, and a complete access to the Google ecosystem, including Play store, Google Games, Google Movies and certified apps like YouTube, Hotstar, SonyLIV, Eros Now, ZEE5, and Hungama. The Vu ActiveVoice remote with voice assistance offers a premium experience, with direct access to smart devices and digital content through easy voice search via the remote.
The premium luxury TVs flaunt edgy aesthetics of its latest range, featuring Titanium grey material that rests comfortably in the modern living room décor. The OD22 slim design minimises visual distractions, and the next-gen premium range effortlessly connects with WIFI, USB, HDMI, AV and other external devices is hassle-free.
Complemented with 4K Upscaling as well as MPEG noise reduction and Gamma correction, the smart TV adapts standard and HD broadcasts (up to 1080i and 1080p) in ultra HD format (3840p or higher) with an impeccable detail enhancement.
Vu Premium Android 4K Pricing
The Vu Android 4K TV is available in 4 different sizes to suit your house or your setting. Sizes available are 43″, 50″, 55″, 65″.
Price starts at INR 43,000 for the 43″ version. INR 51,000 for the 50″. INR 59,000 for the 55″ and INR 1,10,000 for the 65″ model.
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