- Smartphone company Realme is all set to launch its smart TV. But how smart are they?
- Realme was to showcase its smart TVs in the MWC 2020 which was canceled due to coronavirus outbreaks.
India’s one of the top 5 smartphone brand Realme is all set to launch its smart TVs. After impressing Indian consumers with its amazing handsets and fitness bands, Realme Smart TV is all set for a launch next month.
For smartphone brands, I guess it’s too cliché to be just a smartphone brand.
How Smart is This Realme Smart TV?
Inter of Things (IoT) is gaining momentum and Realme Smart TV is inspired form the IoT concept. Users will be able to control their smart TV through an app.
It’s an LED TV and operates on Android 9. Realme Smart TV is not just smart but it’s also as big as 32 inches. This smart TV comes with 2 HDMI ports (for set-top box,blue-ray or any gaming console). It has also got 2 USB ports for external storage.
The picture should definitely be amazing on a 4K Ultra HD TV but if it doesn’t sound well, it’s not that smart. Realme smart TV comes with 20W speaker out Dolby Atmos and DTS HD sounds that enhances sounds coming from the internal speakers. Additionally, a 3.5 mm jack is also there is your sound game is strong!
Add-on Features –
Built-in Wi-Fi, Google play store for downloading apps. Prime Video, Netflix and Hotstar apps are pre-installed on the TV.
Through google, assistant viewers can talk to their Realme smart TV. You can also connect your laptops; the TV comes with screen mirroring.
₹10,000 – ₹12,000 is said to be the price of smartness blended in technology.
The strategy of Realme Smart TV to Be Around its Audience –
In every Indian family, there are 1 or 2 millennials. While millennials might be the more tech people in the family, its movies that keeps them together in some ways. Salman Khan is endorsing Realme 6 and Prop
Last year, Realme XT was seen with Ayushman Khurana – the most dynamic and bold actors of Bollywood.
“Ayushman is a youth who has dared to leap and steer towards his passion amidst all the hardships and continues to disrupt norms, just like us. Along with our new captain Realme Ayushmaan, we are confident to bring India’s first 64MP Quad camera phone Realme XT to the more photo enthusiasts.” – Madhav Seth – CEO of Realme India.
From the big screen to the small screen. India’s favorite comedy show – The Kapil Sharma Show is backed up by Syska LED and Realme (along with others).
With this, Realme has very smartly targeted millennials and elders of the family overall.
Competitors of Realme Smart TV –
Smart TVs are capturing the market and a traditional television set is experiencing some smart changes. With IoT, a television of modern-day – Smart TV is not just a TV with a set-top box and restricted to the cable networks.
Smart Television sets come with many more things to make the viewers like and experience easy going. From speech control to a mobile app, smart TVs are the new hype.
In the race of smart TVs, we have Sony Bravia, LG, Onida – all come in different variants of 32 inches or more.
Sony Bravia smart TVs start from ₹25,000 and are as costly as ₹2 lakhs. For LG smart TVs, users have to spend around ₹87,000 – ₹ lakhs. Onida has kept its price comparatively low with Sony and LG. You can buy an India Smart TV if you have a budget of ₹20,000 depending upon its models.
How can Samsung not be mentioned here? Funbelievable – a smart TV by Samsung. ₹12,990! Isn’t that attractive?
Samsung, Onida, Xiaomi and Realme smart TVs will compete in this segment together.
Televisions have changed. And this change came slowly. First companies started thinking about how other things can be integrated into the big box which only runs on the cable networks.
Integration went to a whole new level with WiFi and speech integration. Which made televisions the smart TV of today.