new Delhi. Samsung on Wednesday launched the new Crystal 4K UHD and Unbox Magic 3.0 series Smart TV in India. The Crystal 4K UHD TV range is priced at Rs 44,400 for 43 inch, Rs 60,900 for 50 inch, 55 inch Rs 67,900, 65 inch version is priced at Rs 1,32,900 and 75 inch for Rs 2,37,900 at Samsung retail partner stores is available.
The new smart TV is specifically designed with OTT platforms in mind, where viewers can enjoy it without any interruption. "We are confident that the new line of Crystal 4K UHD TVs will further strengthen our market leadership in this segment," said Raju Pullan, Senior Vice President, Samsung India Consumer Electronics Business.
The Unbox Magic 3.0 range will be available at an initial price of Rs 20,900 and its maximum price will be Rs 41,900. It will be available in two screen sizes – 32-inch and 43-inch.
Customers can avail the offer under the current new offer 'My Samsung My EMI', which will have to pay an EMI of Rs 990 for a 32-inch smart TV, while Rs 1,190 for a 43-inch smart TV and 49 inches and above. EMI of Rs 1,990 will have to be paid for Smart TV model.
Apart from this, the company said that up to 10 percent cashback is also available on all models on HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Federal Bank, SBI Cards. The new range of smart TVs will come with a two-year warranty, with a standard warranty in the first year, extended warranty in the second year.
Crystal 4K UHD line-up has come up with connectivity for the first time, in which users can set their mind-like channels, adjust the volume, search for anything from a voice command.
It also includes a personal computer mode, so that users can convert to personal computers whenever they want. This feature enables users to create documents or work on the cloud. In the 2020 Smart TV range, users have the option of choosing OTT platforms like YouTube, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney Plus Hotstar, G5, etc.
This post was published on July 9, 2020 4:00 am
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