Motorola forays into the smart TV segment, prices start at Rs 13,999

“The Motorola TV lineup comes in 32-inch, 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch screen sizes and offers Android Pie OS as well as Google Play access”

The first Motorola TVs has officially been launched in India. Motorola with “strategic partner” Flipkart took the wraps off as many as six smart TVs at its Moto E6s smartphone launch event in the country. The lineup starts from 32-inch HDR and goes up to 65-inch UHD TV. These are the first-ever TVs from the phonemaker. The Motorola TV boasts of Android OS, a borderless display with wide-viewing angle, Motorola AmphiSoundX technology, and MEMC technology, which a video processing tech that cuts transition lag, according to the company. The vendor is also offering a Bluetooth-powered gaming pad alongside the TV.

The Motorola TVs are powered by Android 9 OS.

Motorola TV price in India

The Motorola TV price in India starts at Rs 13,999 for the 32-inch HDR model, while the 43-inch FHD option will set you back to Rs 24,999. The 43-inch UHD, 50-inch UHD, and 55-inch UHD models cost Rs 29,999, Rs 33,999, and Rs 39,999, respectively. The flagship Motorola TV 65-inch UHD variant comes with a sticker price of Rs 64,999. The TVs will be available only on Flipkart starting from September 29th.

Motorola TV specifications

All the models of Motorola TV lineup comes in 32-inch, 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch display sizes; all models have Android 9 preloaded and offer support for Google Play store for apps. The TVs rock Mali 450 GPU, 2.25GB RAM, and 16GB storage built-in. The devices have 30W front-firing speakers, fine-tuned by Dolby Atmos, DTS, and Motorola AmphiSoundX. The company claims that the Motorola TVs have Auto-tune display X technology, high-brightness colour panel, HDR 10, and 178-degree viewing angle. Connectivity options include 4x HDMI port, USB port, TV input, and SPDIF port. The TVs also come with built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.

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