Toshiba has announced prices for its upcoming television series in India, which is due to go on sale on September 18th. The company’s new TVs are priced at competitive prices from Rs. 12,990 and will be available on various online platforms such as Amazon, Flipkart, Reliance Digital and TataCliq. The new Toshiba television series runs on the custom firmware from Vidaa OS. For purchases between September 18 and 21, the company grants a panel guarantee of up to four years on its 4K televisions.
A total of seven television models with resolutions from HD to Ultra HD will be available on September 18, including five Ultra HD models with Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos sound.
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Toshiba L5050 price and specifications
The cheapest TVs in the new Toshiba range are the 32L5050 HD TV and the 43L5050 Full HD TV at a price of Rs. 12,990 and Rs. 22,490 respectively. Both televisions have ADS panels (similar in performance to IPS) and Vidaa OS for intelligent connectivity. The custom smart TV platform is designed to support all major apps and services, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube and more.
Toshiba U5050 price and specifications
The next major line of products, and perhaps the most important for Toshiba, is the UK50 range of 4K televisions. There are three models and size options available: 43U5050 (Rs. 27,990), 50U5050 (Rs. 32,990) and 55U5050 (Rs. 36,990). All of these devices have a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and LED panels with support for Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos sound. This product line is also supported by Vidaa OS and also has built-in Alexa support for working with Amazon’s voice assistant.
Toshiba U7980 price and specifications
Toshiba’s most expensive TV is the 4K HDR TV U7980. Priced at Rs. 46,990 for the 55U7980 and Rs. 66,990 for the 65U7980, this series offers in addition to the functions of the U5050 series such as Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos sound and Vidaa OS local dimming with full array, large color gamut and MEMC.
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