Mitashi Rolls Most Affordable Curved Smart LED TV

Mitashi has extended its range of products and has rolled out the most affordable Curved Smart LED TV in the country. The 39-inch Curved LED TV has a price tag of Rs 39,990 and the 32-inch Curved LED TV has a price tag of Rs 22,990. Both the TVs are solely accessible online on Amazon and can also be obtained from offline shops in the nation. The firm is also providing a 3-year warranty with the TVs.

Mitashi Rolls Most Affordable Curved Smart LED TV

The Curved Smart TV of Mitashi comes with 2 screen sizes of 39-inch and 32-inch. The curved screen of the televisions comes with 300000: 1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio. The gadget is fueled by Cortex A7 1 GHz processor paired with 2x Mali 400 GPU. It provides 8 GB internal storage and 1 GB of RAM. It also arrives with microSD card reader.

Operating on Android 4.4 KitKat operating system, the TV comes pre-loaded with apps such as Skype, Facebook, and others. It has 2 speakers situated at the back. In addition to this, the TVs provides HDMI, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and USP as connectivity choices.

Speaking of the TV, Chairman and MD of Mitashi Edutainment, Rakesh Dugar, claimed, “Mitashi has always strived towards making reasonably priced world tech. Taking this dream forward, we roll out our ‘first in the series’ Curved Smart LED TVs. The huge idea was to make an entry in the as-yet unchartered province of smaller Curved Smart LED televisions and break the fable that these are expensive goods that only a handful can pay for. We have made the Curved Smart LED TV for each user in India who needs to view higher quality on their television. The curved screen turns the images more genuine. Greater depth, the wider field of view, richer contrast, and sharper images further emphasize the viewing. Our Curved Smart LED TV is made to change the approach you experience TV. Bring it home, and witness how your world alters!”

Well, the Mitashi Curved Smart LED TV will be a success in the market owing to affordability and various other features. Hope to see the TV soon in Indian homes.