The Asian manufacturer has an appointment with the press on April 29, and this will be the launch event of the company’s new phone, Realme GT Neo 3. We also know that the company is preparing surprises, and one of them will be its new TV. Realme Smart TV X Full HD.
Be careful, we are not talking about a rumor or a leak, instead the company itself has confirmed the name of the next inexpensive Smart TV to compete with Xiaomi solutions through its official website. Technicial Specifications this new TV will have
What can be expected from Smart TV Realme Smart TV X Full HD?
To begin with, and according to the name of this product, we are faced with a smart TV that will offer resolution. full hdSo we’re talking about an entry-level model.
Realme confirms that Realme Smart TV X Full HD will have Two versions of 40 and 43 inches, as well as presenting HDR10 and HLG standards supportis the most common in the industry. It can’t offer Dolby Vision or HDR10+ as expected on such a cheap TV, and also with 1080p resolution.
As for the technology of the panel, they did not specify anything about it, but we can assume that it will also be an IPS display. Realme Chroma Boost Display Engine imaging system, A technology that enables richer reproduction of colors.
While lifting the cover of the new Realme Smart TV X Full HD television, a processor MediaTek (Quad-core ARM Cortex A55 CPU and ARM Mali G31 GPU) 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage.
He will also submit an offer four speakers with a total power of 24W undoubtedly presenting an acoustic landscape. As for the operating system used, the company did not make any statement about it, but it would be most logical to bet on it. AndroidTVas they did in previous versions.
In this way, the new Smart TV Realme Smart TV X Full HD will allow access to the vast catalog of apps and games available in the Google app store, plus a Chromecast is hidden inside to be able to send any content. television from your mobile phone
Now, We have to wait until April 29 to see what the Asian manufacturer surprises us with. Note that the event will be held in India, a country that uses the same DTT standard as in Spain, so they should have no problem deploying the same television in Spain, which is a point in favor of a launch soon in our country.
Source: Cincodias Elpais