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Infinix launched its X1 Full HD Android smart TV in India

Infinix launched its X1 Full HD Android smart TV in India

The 40-inch Infinix X1 TV was launched in India, joining the 32-inch and 43-inch models launched in the country in December 2020. In addition, Infinix will launch Smart 5A smartphones in the Indian market next time. The company introduced a new model of the tried and tested X1 series of high-definition Android smart TVs.

Infinix has a reputation for providing innovative solutions to meet user needs and developing products that exceed consumer expectations. The data shows that content consumption on OTT platforms has increased significantly in the past year and a half. The increase in content consumption on OTT platforms may be due to the emergence of cheap smart TVs. Therefore, some smartphone brands have supported the popularization of smart TVs.

Infinix launched two new smart TVs in India last year. Now the 40-inch model is next. The recently launched smart TV has a very attractive design, with a small bezel on three sides. More importantly, this smart TV is equipped with amazing features, such as a built-in Chromecast, 24-watt speakers, and so on.

In addition, the Infinix X1 40-inch version has a full HD resolution with a maximum brightness of 350 nits. It also has standard HDR10 and HLG support. Infinix claims that the TV uses EyeCare technology to protect the eyes of viewers. EyeCare technology prevents harmful blue light, thereby improving color, contrast, clarity, and brightness of the device.

X1 relies on the company’s own Epic 2.0 engine to provide excellent image quality and vivid image quality. Under the hood of the smart TV are the 64-bit MediaTek MTK 6683 processor and the powerful Mali470 GPU. It comes with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage. It runs on the Android TV 9.0 operating system, so you can download Android apps from the Play Store. Smart TV is also compatible with Hotstar, DisneyPlus, YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos, and many other OTT applications.

Alternatively, you can wirelessly stream content from your smartphone or laptop via the integrated Chromecast in your smart TV. Smart TVs offer multiple options, such as Ethernet, two USB 2.0 ports, three HDMI ports, AV, Bluetooth 5.0, and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/ g/n(2.4 GHz).

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