Flipkart sale: Top deals on best-selling smart TVs in IndiaLast updated on Sep 28, 2019, 02:37 pm
If you are planning to buy a new smart TV, now might be a good time.
To attract buyers during festive season, Flipkart is hosting a six day sale, The Big Billion Days, which will kick off from tomorrow.
Under the sale, the e-commerce giant will offer attractive deals on TVs along with a bunch of no-cost EMI and exchange offers.
Take a look!
Mi LED Smart TV 4A Pro: Entry-level offering by Xiaomi
Under the sale, the 32-inch Mi TV 4A Pro will be offered at Rs. 10,999 (MRP: Rs. 14,999) along with upto Rs. 6,500 off on exchange.
The LED TV sports HD Ready resolution with 60Hz refresh rate and two 10W speakers.
Further, it runs Android-based PatchWall UI and packs a quad-core processor with 1GB RAM and 8GB internal memory for storing apps and videos.
Samsung 7-in-1: It can also be used as a PC
The 32-inch Samsung 7-in-1 will be available at Rs. 17,999 (MRP: Rs. 22,500) along with cashback offers and upto Rs. 3,500 off on exchange.
The HD Ready TV houses two 5W speakers and comes with a dedicated 'Personal Computer' mode wherein you can use your TV as a conventional PC.
Moreover, it runs Tizen OS and supports apps like Netflix, Hotstar, YouTube, etc.
Vu Pixelight: The 4K TV which offers 'Elite' viewing experience
If you are looking for a more premium option, you can go for 50-inch Vu Pixelight TV, available at Rs. 28,999 (MRP: Rs. 42,000).
Offering a 4K resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, and two 12W speakers with Dolby Digital and DTS True Sound technology, the TV is touted to offer an 'Elite Experience'.
It packs a dual-core processor with 4GB storage and runs Linux-based OS.
Thomson UD9: The premium smart TV
Lastly, we have 55-inch Thomson UD9 which will be up for grabs at Rs. 29,999 (MRP: Rs. 49,999) along with upto Rs. 21,500 off on exchange.
The 4K TV offers 178-degree viewing angle and packs two 10W speakers to manage sound functions.
It offers 8GB storage and supports apps like Chrome, Facebook, LinkedIn, Firefox, etc.
Furthermore, the Thomson UD9 runs on Android-based OS.