Toshiba has revealed the price of its upcoming television range in India, which is set for sale on 18 September. The company’s new TVs will be competitively priced starting at Rs. 12,990, and will be available to buy on various online platforms including Amazon, Flipkart, Reliance Digital, and TataCliq. The new Toshiba television range runs on Vida OS custom firmware, and the company is offering a four-year warranty on the panel on its 4K TV for purchase between 18 and 21 September.
Toshiba claims that it has a network of over 450 service centers, covering over 18,500 PIN codes across India. The Toshiba brand name has moved to India after a period of absence under the new ownership, now owned by the Toshiba TV business. Recently Hisense entered India, Its product range is Rs. Begins with 11,990.
Toshiba L5050 Price and Specifications
The cheapest TVs in the new Toshiba range are 32L5050 HD TVs and 43L5050 full-HD TVs priced at Rs. 12,990 and Rs. 22,490 respectively. Both of these televisions feature ADS panels (similar to IPS in display) and Vidaa OS for smart connectivity. The custom smart TV platform is said to support all major apps and services, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and more.
Toshiba U5050 Price and Specifications
The next major category, and perhaps the most important for Toshiba, is the U5050 series of 4K TVs. Three model and size options are available – 43U5050 (Rs 27,990), 50U5050 (Rs 32,990), and 55U5050 (Rs 36,990). All of these have a display resolution of 3840×2160 pixels and LED panel, with support for Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos sound. The range is also powered by Vidaa OS, and furthermore it has built-in Alexa support to work with Amazon’s voice assistant.
Toshiba U7980 Price and Specifications
The most expensive of the TVs launched by Toshiba is the U7980 4K HDR TV range. 55,97980 for Rs and 46,990 for Rs. 66,990 for 65U7980, the series features full array local dimming, wide color gamut and MEMC in addition to features available on the U5050 series such as Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos Sound, and VVA OS.
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