Detel 65-inch 4K LED smart TV with power audio control launched for Rs 57,999

“The Detel 65-inch smart TV is powered by Android and comes pre-loaded with YouTube, Amazon Prime, Hotstar, and Netflix”

Detel has launched a 65-inch 4K LED TV in India. It’s a premium smart TV from the brand, with a massive 65-inch panel, 4K Ultra HD (3,840 X 2,160p) resolution, and Android operating system. The new model is touted to come with Power Audio Control and Pixel Precise Ultra HD technology. The TV also comes pre-loaded with a bunch of apps such as YouTube, Amazon Prime, Hotstar and Netflix. The Detel 65-inch TV also has a built-in 20W speaker that is said to offer astounding audio quality.

The new Detel TV features a wide-angle and a wide colour enhancer paired viewing experience with a brightness capacity of 350nits. It’s equipped with 1GB of RAM and 8GB onboard storage. Other features include a TV with a dedicated Netflix button, Miracast support, and connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, 2x HDMI ports, a pair of USB ports, and a headphone jack.

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Detel’s new 65-inch 4K TV costs Rs 57,999

The Detel 65-inch 4K LED TV price in India is set at Rs 57,999. The TV is available on the company’s official website along with e-commerce platforms such as Detel.com, Amazon, and Paytm. Detel will start selling the smartphone via offline retail stores across the country from next month.

Commenting on the launch, Yogesh Bhatia managing director Detel said, “I believe the bigger screen size intensifies the entire viewing skill of the buyer. With our new range of TV, we hope to bring a truly ‘beyond the screen’ experience for our consumers. Our main aim is to cater to niche customers all across India by keeping in mind the cost-effective price. The demand for smart TV’s in India is increasing by each passing day and which is making us tempted to introduce extraordinary TV for our valuable customers.”

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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