Vu launches Android Smart 4K LED TVs, CEO attacks Xiaomi

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Vu has launched a series of Android-enabled Smart LED TVs in India. The main highlight of the Vu Android Smart TV is the integration of 4K resolution. The launch of the new Tvs assumes great importance since Xiaomi also launched three new Televisions recently with Patchwall UI, which is customized for the Indian environment.

Vu has ditched small screen sizes and debuted 43-inch, 49-inch and 55-inch televisions starting at Rs. 36999. According to company sources, the pricing is discounted since the actual market price starts from Rs. 52000. The television is equipped with a 4K Ultra HD display with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. Moreover, the TV sets feature wide viewing angles coupled with higher dynamic contrast and peak brightness in addition to pixel mapping.

Dolby speakers

The downside of the newly launched Vu television is that they ships with Dolby-enabled dual 10W speakers, which helps you to experience awesome sound even without external speakers. You will be able to experience stock Android on top of Android 7.0 Nougat. The integrated Chromecast capability helps you to stream content from your smartphone.

Vu CEO attacks Xiaomi over quality

During the launch event, Devita Saraf, founder, and CEO of Vu Technologies attacked Xiaomi by stating that the brand is pretty low-end. Moreover, the market share is grabbed from other low-end companies such as Micromax. Saraf added that Vu competes with the likes of big brands such as Sony and hence they have infused several new trending technologies.

Specifications

Powered by a quad-core processor, the Vu televisions features 2.5GB RAM alongside 16GB internal storage. You can work with HDMI, Ethernet, and dual USB-A ports. as the name suggests, the TV provides support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities.

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The newly launched TVs ships with dual TV remote control. The first remote with 11 buttons includes a Microphone button using which you can activate ActiVoice. You will be able to locate content based on the voice input. The secondary remote is a standard one with IR technology.

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