F&D FLT-4302SHG 43-inch Full HD Android TV Launched At Rs 49,990

F&D FLT-4302SHG 43-inch Full HD Android TV Launched At Rs 49,990

F&D FLT-4302SHG 43-inch Full HD Android TV Launched At Rs 49,990

by December 19, 2018

Audio brand F&D has now entered the manufacturing of smart TVs with its first-ever TV named the F&D FLT-4302SHG. The smart TV comes with a 43-inch LED panel. It offers full-HD screen resolution. As per the launch statement issued by the company, the TV comes with a peak brightness rating of 310 nits. The other specifications of the TV include two 8W ‘box’ speakers to deliver stereo audio. The firmware of the TV runs on Android TV v7.0. The smart TV comes pre-installed with Netflix and Hotstar apps.

As for its connectivity, the F&D FLT-4302SHG includes Wi-Fi and LAN connectivity along with two USB-A ports and three HDMI ports. The smart TV also includes 8GB of native storage, and 1GB of RAM. F&D has conveyed that the television’s display is equipped with toughened glass on the outside. The price of the smart TV is Rs 49,990. As per the company, the smart TV will be sold through online and offline retail stores. There has been no mention on the popular e-commerce sites through which the smart TV will be sold.

F&D 4302SHG

The new F&D smart TV will come into a booming smart TV market in India which has models priced in budget ranges offering features such as smart connectivity and high-resolution display. There has been a great demand for smart Android TVs as the consumption of streaming services through smart internet enabled TVs has increased. With Netflix and Hotstar focusing on localised content, the demand for such TVs is increasingly reaching all parts of India.

The demand is further propelled by cost-effective and highly affordable high-speed internet connectivity due to companies such as Jio. With disruptions in internet connectivity, demand for such TVs will only shoot up further. It has also led to the rise of streaming services such as Zee5, Viu etc. which are taking over the mindshare and market share of customers who are hooked on to conventional television soaps on satellite channels.