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Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D43U1WOS and Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D55U1WOS launched

Both the 4K televisions come with webOS TV.

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The Homegrown Indian Appliance brand Daiwa has announced the launch of its new range of 4K UHD televisions in the Indian market today. The company has introduced Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D43U1WOS and Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D55U1WOS. As the name suggests the former one will come in 43-inch size while the latter is 55-inch in size. Both the televisions are powered by webOS TV and include other features like ThinQ AI Voice assistance, an intuitive user interface supporting new technologies and a wide range of streaming services.

Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D43U1WOS and Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D55U1WOS pricing

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Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D43U1WOS has been launched in India at Rs 34,999. Whereas Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D55U1WOS bears a price tag of Rs 49,999. Both the smart televisions come with a 12 months complete warranty and additional 12 months Panel Warranty (T&C apply). These can be bought through the company’s official website and other online retailers in the country.

Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D43U1WOS and Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D55U1WOS features

Both Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D43U1WOS and Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D55U1WOS feature a bezel-less display with a screen to body ratio of 96%. The screen supports 4K visuals with 1.07 billion colours, and the Cinema Mode is calibrated to D6500 Colour Temperature for users to experience a cinema-like viewing experience just the way the director intended. While the deep learning AI and Quantum Luminit+ Technology up-scales the low-resolution images to 4K to offer sharp and vivid visuals. The Smart TVs also support personalised picture and sound settings while viewing the content on OTT apps as per the user’s preference.

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Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D43U1WOS and Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TV D55U1WOS

There is support for a multi-HDR format that includes HDR10 and HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma). HDR10 delivers detailed images with rich colours by optimising every single scene. According to the company, the dynamic scene-by-scene adjustment technology builds impressive HDR-quality visuals. While the HLG provides an extended colour gamut, with enhanced brightness and contrast. MEMC (Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation) supporting 4K at 60Hz ensures smooth blur-free visuals and lively transitions while watching sports or playing games. The TVs also support ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), which lowers input lag for a smooth gaming experience.

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Both Daiwa 4K UHD Smart TVs are powered by ARM CA55 1.1 GHz Quad-core processor paired with RAM of 1.5 GB with an internal storage of 8 GB. The TVs support a content store with infotainment apps; that includes Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Disney+ Hotstar, Spotify and many more.

ThinQ AI lets you access voice assistance via the Magic Remote or the LG ThinQ App on your smartphone. It learns user patterns and builds suggestions and recommendations for music, movies, and other media based on those patterns. Smart TVs’ intelligent edit function organises apps and programmes based on previous choices and usage frequency. Alexa Built-in is now available on 4K Ultra HD Daiwa Smart TVs running webOS TV, allowing users to access all Alexa functions on the TV and control it with Alexa. Daiwa Smart TVs create the ultimate hands-free experience with voice command operations using ThinQ AI and Alexa Built-in.

The TVs have Dual-Band Wi-Fi, Miracast, and 2 Way Bluetooth 5.0 for high-speed connectivity. The TVs come with a Magic Remote that includes Universal Control of all connected devices (such as set-top boxes, soundbars, and so on) as well as Voice Command, dedicated Netflix and Amazon Prime Video hotkeys, and a unique click wheel.

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Komila is one of the most spirited tech writers at Gadget Bridge. Always up for a new challenge, she is an expert at dissecting technology and getting to its core. She loves to tinker with new mobile phones, tablets and headphones.

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