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Nokia-Branded Smart TVs To Launch In India Soon

The brand name for Nokia may be identical with the unbreakable phones of the 2000s, but were you aware that earlier in the mid-90s it had a portfolio in TVs? Nokia’s bids in the TV section might never have caught on with mainstream tech fans earlier then, but that can be about to alter, as the firm is now aiming on rolling out a series of smart TVs in India.

To be more accurate, Flipkart (Indian retail behemoth) is aiming to launch a series of smart TVs, with the Nokia name affixed—a same set up to HMD’s Nokia-based handsets. Details on the hardware itself are vague at this early phase, but we do know it will come with JBL by Harman sound, which media claims is the brand’s first raid into the television market of India.

The announcement comes with a same program by OnePlus, which lately rolled out its own TV series in the nation. It does make some sense for Nokia—a number of users in India employ their handsets as their primary method of linking to the internet, hence they have a similarity with these firms and are maybe more expected to have them in their houses, as well. But it does also shine the limelight on Nokia’s altering fortunes inside the tech sector.

On a related note, soon after OnePlus (the smartphone company) rolled out a TV, rival Motorola has made a decision to do the same. In association with Indian e-commerce website Flipkart, Motorola India revealed Motorola TV, a series of smart TVs with IPS tech in sizes varying from 32–65 Inches. The TVs will bundle in a lot of technology, comprising HDR 10 and Dolby Vision, while operating Android 9.0 and exporting with a wireless gamepad for Android TV.

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