Daiwa, a sub-brand of Videotex International, has launched two new budget TVs in India. The Smart D43QUHS features a 43-inch 4K UHD panel while the D43QFS features a 43-inch FHD LED panel. They both run Daiwa’s own UI, called “The Big Wall” that comes with a content discovery engine 1700000+ hours of content, 10000+ free movies, etc.
The D43QUHS is the more premium model of the two, with a quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB of internal storage and runs Android 9.0. For ports, it has 3 HDMI Ports and 2 USB Ports, Bluetooth, Wi-fi connectivity, E-sharing, and it comes preloaded with official apps like Hotstar, Zee5, Sony Liv, Voot, Sun NXT, Jio Cinema, etc. The D43QFS, on the other hand, runs a quad-core processor too, but with 1GB RAM, 8B of internal storage and runs Android 8.0.
The Daiwa D43QUHS 43-inch is priced for Rs. 24990, while the D43QFS 43-inch for Rs. 21990 and both will be available in retail stores across India.
Commenting on the launch, Arjun Bajaaj, CEO & Founder Daiwa said:
We are delighted to launch the 43 inch TVs with the most advanced user experience both for storage and entertainment. The addition of dbx-tv’s precision audio technology to our 4K TVs shall bring the very best experience and value for our customers. The Lockdown has pushed the consumption of the OTT Content which has in turn pushed the demand for Smart TVs. We are glad to present our range of Smart TVs at the most affordable price points with state of the art features, for the Indian consumers.