“Samsung funbelievable Content Guide feature helps users find movies, TV shows from popular OTT platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Zee5, SonyLIV, and VOOT”
Samsung India has launched a new #funbelievable TV series in India, consisting of 32-inch and 43-inch variants. The TVs come with personal computer mode, content guide, music system, internet browsing capabilities, and more. Samsung claims they offer immersive picture quality with superior colours, stunning details and contrast levels. The content mode section eliminates the searching and helps users find movies, TV shows from popular OTT platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Zee5, SonyLIV, VOOT, and more.
The personal computer feature allows users to transform their Smart TV into a personal computer. One can create documents, presentations, mirror laptops on the Smart TV screen wirelessly without an internet connection. Users can also remotely access laptop or computer from any location over the internet. The Samsung Smart TV also works as a virtual music system, meaning it allows users to choose from a library of skins with a dynamic interface. This enhances the audio experience by adding visual elements on the screen.
The Samsung funbelievable series TVs start at Rs 12,990 and will be available at Samsung Smart Plazas, leading consumer electronic stores and across online platforms, including Samsung’s official online store Samsung Shop. The company is offering a two-year warranty.
Raju Pullan, Senior Vice President, Consumer Electronics Business, Samsung India said, “At Samsung, meaningful innovations and a customer-centric approach are a part of our DNA. Today’s consumers want to be able to use their TVs in multiple ways to stay connected, apart from consuming content on their favourite OTT platforms. #funbelievable Series meets the growing expectations of our consumers, especially millennials, who are looking for exciting innovations that make their lives better. With this new line-up, we are confident we will further strengthen our market leadership in televisions.”