In terms of ports, there are two USB (1x 2.0 and 1x 3.0), three HDMI (with ARC support), dual-band Wi-Fi and Ethernet, Bluetooth, optical audio, standard 3.5mm audio jack and RCA ports.
The 43-inch Android TV from Vu is among the cheapest 4K UHD televisions in the market right now and will directly try to take on the 55-inch Mi TV 4 that is priced at Rs 39,999. The easy to use ActiVoice remote helps users to seamlessly search, browse and select in 88 languages.
Before Xiaomi shook things up with its Mi Smart LED TV range, the smart TV space in India had become quite dry. Additionally, the TVs also feature an inbuilt Google Chromecast and consumers will get a voice-enabled remote as well. The flash sale of its recently launched 32 inch and 43 inch Mi TV modles. There is also an option to easily install apps and games from the Google Play Store. The television will be offered in three different sizes: 43-inch, 49-inch and 55-inch.
We had a quick look at the TVs during the launch event and we think it's quite good. In addition to the company's partnership with Google, Vu has also partnered with leading Video on Demand service providers like Netflix, Hotstar, and ALTBalaji, to provide certified VOD apps thus allowing users to access unlimited, diverse and latest content in an authorised manner. The newly launched television will exclusively be available on Flipkart, Mi.com, and Mi Home stores from today. The company had launched the new TV series last week and will be selling it on Flipkart and their official website.
The front facing 10W + 10W watt built-in Sound bar supports DTS TruSurround and Dolby Digital providing a high and immersive sound experience.
Apart from great picture and sound quality, a smart TV should deliver functionality and features that make it more than just a large display that shows content. The TV also supports HDR 10. Well, according to Vu founder and CEO Devita Saraf, "We are not competing in the low-budget segment, rather we are bringing the "original" Android TV to customers in a solid package".