Nokia debuted smart TVs late last year, now the company has announced it is launching a 32-inch HD, 43-inch FHD smart TVs in the coming weeks.
The new smart TVs will focus on mainstream screen sizes with 32-inch HD ready and 43-inch full HD resolutions, according to sources. The new lineup will also include a few more Ultra HD TVs.
The new Nokia TVs will come equipped with AI capabilities and will also offer better display experience through Pure technology. Other key features of the upcoming Nokia TVs include advanced contrast ratio and micro dimming technology.
The TVs will run Android operating system and will support Google Assistant according to leaked images.
Nokia entered the smart TV market with the launch of the company’s first-ever smart TV, a 55-inch tv that retailed at around Kes.60,000.
The TV came with the Android 9.0 Operating System (OS), the Android TV Play Store. It also sported a quad-core processor and 2.25GB RAM and 16GB ROM.