Nokia Smart TV launched in India: price, specifications and Flipkart sale date

“Nokia TV launch page went live on Flipkart ahead of its official launch in India, revealing its price and key specifications”

Nokia Smart TV launch page went live on Flipkart just hours before its official launch in India. The Flipkart page reveals the India price, availability details and specifications of the Nokia TV, and even gives us a good look at what the Smart TV looks like. Nokia and Flipkart have partnered to launch Nokia-branded Smart TVs in India. These TVs will take on affordable Smart TVs from the likes of Xiaomi, Motorola, VU and more. The Nokia TV touts a 55-inch 4K UHD display, runs on Android 9 and offer JBL sound system. 

Nokia TV price in India and availability

The Nokia 55-inch Smart TV price in India is set at Rs 41,999. The Nokia TV will be sold on Flipkart and the e-commerce website has already put up the ‘Notify Me’ option for customers who want to get notified about the sale. 

Nokia TV will go on sale starting December 10th at 12 noon. Additionally, the Flipkart launch page reveals Nokia TV offers that include 10 percent off on Credit and Debit cards, Net Banking and EMI transactions.

Nokia TV specifications

As mentioned above, the Nokia TV comes with a 55-inch 4K UHD LED display with Dolby Vision support. The display is said to offer a wide colour gamut and intelligent dimming. Key Nokia TV specs also include JBL audio system that offers deep bass tones along with Dolby Audio and DTS TruSurround sound support. The Nokia TV design offers slim bezels and a chrome pedestal to offer a clean and simple look.

Nokia Smat TV is an Android TV that ships with Android 9. It also comes with a built-in Chromecast and advanced data saving functionality. The Smart TV also comes with Google Assistant support and hotkeys for Netflix and YouTube. The Nokia TV is powered by a PureX quad-core processor coupled with 2.25GB of RAM.

Sanket is a technology writer when he isn't busy rewatching Star Wars while eating pizza. He has previously worked at India Today and NDTV and has a fair knowledge about pop-culture trends and smartphones.
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