Daiwa launches the D32C4S smart Android TV for Rs 15,490

“The Daiwa D32C4S is a budget Android-powered smart television”

Earlier this year, Daiwa, a part of Noida-based Videotex International, launched the L42FVC4U, a 40-inch smart TV. Now, the company has launched yet another budget Android-powered smart television called the Daiwa D32C4S. The smart TV features Wi-Fi for connectivity, and comes pre-loaded with multiple entertainment apps like Netflix. You can also install other media streaming apps on the TV from Google Play Store.

Daiwa D32C4S

The Daiwa D32C4S smart TV features a 32-inch display bearing a resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels. The TV is powered by a dual-core processor of unknown make, mated to 1GB of RAM. There’s 8GB of storage on board, which can be further increased by inserting a microSD card. The TV comes with two 10W powerful built-in speakers, and you can also connect a soundbar to the TV. There are five different audio output modes to choose from on the TV.

The Daiwa D32C4S comes with two HMDI ports, two USB ports and a coaxial port to let you connect other media devices to it. The TV comes bundled with a remote control with a built-in mouse for easier navigation. The screen mirroring technology of the TV lets you preview your phone’s screen on the large display of the TV.

“Daiwa committed to bringing the latest technology to India at budgeted prices, announces the launch of its newest 32inch Smart TV “D32C4S” equipped with a host of functionalities, impressive pictures and a super slim design, that not only upgrades your living room but demands to be admired. Add more vibrant colors to life with more power, more performance and more beauty at the best-budgeted prices”, said the company in the press release.

The Daiwa D32C4S smart TV has been priced at Rs 15,490, and will be available via major e-commerce portals in the country. The Made in India TV comes with a two year warranty. Users can also register on the My Daiwa service app for extended warranty and after sales benefits.

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