Sony is not just known for its gaming consoles and audio devices. The Japanese tech firm aces in making some high-end and premium TVs in the market. The firm’s Bravia TV lineup has been there since years now, catering to a wide range of audiences at different price points. However, Sony is updating the lineup this month in India by launching the Bravia 32W830K Smart TV. The TV comes with Google TV integration and features like X-Reality Pro among others. This new appliance sits at the lower end of the price spectrum, making it affordable for a larger number of people.
Priced at Rs 28,990, the Sony Bravia 32W830K Smart TV will be available from all Sony Centres, major electronic stores and e-commerce websites starting today.
Sony Bravia 32W830K Smart TV: Features
Coming to the features, the Bravia 32W830K Smart TV has a 32-inch HD (1,366×768 pixels) LCD display that boasts a 50Hz refresh rate. The panel also supports HDR10 and HLG formats. One of the key features of the TV is the inclusion of Sony’s X-Reality Pro picture processor that works with Live Colour Technology and Dynamic Contrast Enhancer to deliver a more colour accurate and realistic appearing content. It has some of the known Sony Picture Modes such as Vivid, Standard, Cinema, Game, Graphic and more.
Another highlight of the Bravia 32W830K Smart TV is that you get Google TV integration along with 16GB inbuilt storage. Besides, there are two 10W full-range speakers that support Dolby Audio. On the connectivity front, there are three HDMI ports, two USB ports, WiFi, Bluetooth and digital audio output. What’s more, is that the TV supports HomeKit and AirPlay in case you want to stream content using iPhones and iPads.
The launch comes just a few days after the arrival of the Sony Bravia X75K Smart TV series in India. The series starts at Rs. 55,990 for the 43-inch model and goes up to 65-inch screen size. These feature the Sony X1 processor, Dolby Audio speakers, Google Assistant, Chromecast, AirPlay and other features.
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