Realme Introduces A New Smart TV With Full HD 32 And Spiky Visuals

Throughout the past years of non smart TV times Full HD resolution in a 32-inch TV has been a limited appearance. Realme as yet has been very cautious in the field of smart TV  with the option of its screen sizes and resolutions.

This smart TV comes with a 32-inch panel with a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It has a 60 Hz refresh rate. It aids HDR formats such as HDR10 and HLG. This TV features a quad-core Mediatek chip with four ARM Cortex A53 cores and Mali-470 MP3 GPU. The 4 CPU cores strangle between 1000 MHz to 1300 MHz. it has a storage capacity of 1GB RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. It has an elegant look with broad bezel on the bottom and a miniature chin at the centre which holds a power LED and IR receiver.

Discussing about its connectivity, it comes with 3 HDMI ports to support ARC, two USB 2.0 ports, digital audio out, A/V input and a LAN port. These ports are placed on the left side of the TV. It has a Bluetooth 5.0 option to connect wireless speakers or headphones and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi with support for b/g/n standards. It also supports Dolby audio at 24 Watts RMS.

The realme TV runs on Android TV 9.0 OS. For the budget the picture quality is very delightful. It has high pixel density and looks so pretty on the TV. The speakers are quite enough for normal programs such as watching news, sports, listening to music. If you need a extra bounce , here you have a audio outputs on this TV such as HDMI ARC, digital audio out and Bluetooth to plug in a soundbar or a speaker system.

The Realme Smart TV Full HD 32 can be purchased on Flipkart and on the company’s website for Rs 18,999 with a one-year warranty on parts and two years on the panel. The price may seem a bit high for a 32-inch TV, but then most of those TVs have a 768p panel and not 1080p as with this TV. Having said that, the price is also too close to that of some 40-inch TVs that offer most of the features available here on a larger screen. So, unless you have a space crunch, a larger screen for a couple of thousand rupees extra would be the logical choice.