At the point when the brand “Nokia” is referenced, a large portion of us promptly think “phone.” This is essentially what it is known for. In any case, it would appear that the company is branching out — or, in any event, it’s permitting its name to outsider retailers to stretch out for it. As announced by Gadgets 360, Indian company Flipkart has been allowed the utilization of the Nokia brand for its keen TVs — “a global first for the brand in the TV category,” as indicated by Flipkart itself, which is a significant web based business retailer in the nation.
Vipul Mehrotra, Flipkart’s VP of Nokia brand partnerships, includes, “Flipkart’s understanding of the needs and behaviors of Indian consumers, and the power of its reach, will help it make Nokia branded smart TVs accessible and affordable.” If the TV is all that he says, at that point this could be a push for the Nokia brand, which hasn’t been as conspicuous in the general population eye as it once seemed to be.
The 55-inch Nokia Ultra HD (4K) LED Smart Android TV will incorporate two 24-watt speakers as a feature of a sound system from JBL by Harman (another association course of action). While Flipkart says the TV has an Android-based operating system, it doesn’t determine Android TV. The TV likewise incorporates a 16:9 presentation with a 60Hz invigorate rate, support for Dolby Vision and HDR10, three HDMI ports, and two USB ports.
This first Nokia-marked TV will sell for 41,999 Indian rupees (the likeness about $589 US). As indicated by Gadgets 360, it will get accessible on December tenth.
Nick is a writer best known for his science fiction, but over the course of his life he published more than twenty books of fiction and non-fiction, including children’s books, poetry, short stories, essays, and young-adult fiction.