For those who do not know, Sanyo is now an online-only brand by Panasonic and they will sell TVs using E-commerce platforms only. Today, the company has introduced Sanyo Kaizen TV series in India. The smart TVs run the latest Android Pie 9 operating system on all models. The smart TV ranges from size 32-inches and upwards till 65-inches.
The Sanyo Kaizen TVs are certified by Google to run Android for TVs. The company claims each television comes with superior TV experience thru Google’s user-friendly and dynamic interface. The new range of thin tubes come with IPS superbright LED displays and have minimum bezels on the sides. The company has also used flame retardant VO material all around, which resits fire, for extra security.
The Sanyo Kaizen TVs also come with in-built Chromcast via which users can stream content directly to the TV using any compatible device. Users can mirror videos, shows and photos directly from the mobile phones or tablets to these flat tubes by Sanyo. The 32-inch TV has an HDR Full-HD screen, while the 43-inch and above sport 4K resolution.
Pankaj Rana, Business Chief, Sanyo, Panasonic India, said, “With the vision of making technology accessible to all, we at Sanyo, are delighted to introduce Kaizen Series which delivers superior functionality and infinite content opportunities to our users. Equipped with the latest Android technology that comes with inbuilt Chromecast feature and Google Assistant for Voice Search, this new range aims at changing the way people view content and interact with their TV sets.”
Other features of these Android smart TVs include HDMI connectivity, IPS LED displays, superior loudspeakers, Dolby support, Google Assistant voice search and dedicated buttons on the remote for Netflix and Amazon Prime. Connectivity options on the TV include Wi-Fi, HDMI and USB. These depend from model to model.
As for the price, the 32-inch Sanyo Kaizen TV will be available at Rs 12,999 and the 43-inch 4K TV can be picked up for Rs 28,999. Netflix, YouTube, Hotstar, Zee5 and other streaming apps already come onboard the TVs.
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