Videocon today launched 4K ultra high definition (UHD) smart television, with plans to Â reach 100 cities across the country by Diwali. It comprises five new models in different screen sizes between 40 to 85 inches, starting from Rs 91,000. Videocon 4K UHD LED will be available across markets by September. With the new range of 4K UHD LED Smart TVs, Videocon aims to increase its market share in the Flat Panel Display (FPD) segment to 20% by the end of this year.
The model has innovative features like 3D gaming and face recognition, 8.3 megapixels and ability to connect with the smart phone’s N Screen interface.Â Equipped with MHL interface, the UHD LED allows users to connect their smart phones, tablets and other portable consumer electronic gadgets while simultaneously charging the device.
Unveiling the new 4K UHD LED range,Â Anirudh Dhoot, Director, Videocon said, â€œVideocon is committed to bringing the latest technology at a great value to all our customers, and the new 4K UHD range reflects this. In our constant efforts to enhance TV viewing experience, we have expanded our remarkable UHD 4K LED range and added 5 new models. With this launch we are targeting a 50% increase in our TV sales when compared with last year. As 4K is the future, we will continue to expand in this segment to deliver unmatched products and premium experience to our customers.â€
Elaborating on the features of Videocon 4K UHD LED,Â CM Singh, COO, VideoconÂ said, â€œVideocon 4K UHD LED TV is designed to provide stunningly crisp and realistic picture with 4K resolution that is full in details and true in colour. The new models are part of our cherished 4K range which has garnered a tremendous response from our consumers. We have carefully studied consumerâ€™s requirements and have added features such as 3D gaming with motion sensing. With many more features, we are certain that Videocon 4K UHD LED is Indiaâ€™s most feature-packed 4K Ultra High Definition Smart TV.â€
Videocon is the first Indian brand to enter this category and is offering â€˜value for moneyâ€™ prices.