Starting with smartphones then laptops and now TV, Infinix is expanding its various product portfolio in India. Infinix has officially unveiled its new W1 affordable TV series in Indian markets. The W1 series TV boasts a QLED panel with 4K resolution support, runs on WebOS (LG use the same OS for their smart TVs), and whole much more. Let’s delve into the details.
The Infinix W1 series TV comes in two size options- the 32-inch panel retails at Rs 10,999 and the 43-inch panel costs Rs 20,999. Open sales begin on August 2 through Flipkart in India. If you are looking for an affordable 4K QLED TV then Infinix’s W1 series is the affordable option you can consider.
The W1 series TV is powered by a Quad Core RealTek processor coupled with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The TV runs on WebOS out of the box. WebOS is quite a popular OS known for its easy-to-use convenient features. The Home dashboard offers a bunch of features including monitoring device status, settings adjustment, smart home device control, and much more. You get to see almost every OTT platform on the Home screen including Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube, Apple Music, Apple TV, and other apps.
Infinix offers two-panel sizes for the W1 series TV- 32-inch and 43-inch. In terms of design, both panels boast a frameless design and have HDR10 support and a QLED display. Only the 43-inch variant supports 4k picture quality and has a 94% DCI-P3 wide color gamut while the 32-inch model features a HD resolution with a 90% NTSC wide color gamut.
The 43-inch TV comes with a Magic remote which offers a wheel control, universal control, and air mouse feature that makes navigation easier while the 32-inch vanilla variant ships with normal IR remote control. It packs two 20W speakers with support for Dolby Audio. Connectivity options include WiFi, Bluetooth, 2x USB ports, 3x HDMI ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and RF input.
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