LG's webOS Hub 2.0S powers Videotex's new TV launches in India

LG’s webOS Hub 2.0S powers Videotex’s new TV launches in India

Videotex, India’s first licensed manufacturer of TVs powered by LG’s webOS, has recently unveiled its latest line of smart TVs, introducing the HD 32-inch and FHD 43-inch models powered by webOS Hub 2.0S.

Modern Design and Superior Picture Quality

The new models from Videotex boast a modern, sleek metal design with borderless screens, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of any living space. They are equipped with Quantum Luminit+ Display technology and a Realtek Chipset, promising superior picture quality and vibrant, accurate colors thanks to HDR10 and HLG support. For gaming, there is an Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and MEMC technology, which ensure a smoother, more responsive gaming experience.

Smooth Operation and Work-From-Home Support

These smart TVs are designed for smooth operation, featuring 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB of ROM, and support for webcam-enabled remote meeting applications, making them suitable for both entertainment and work-from-home setups. The TVs operate on LG’s webOS Hub 2.0S which has support for LG’s ThinQ app. This app essentially lets users control their TVs from their smartphones, giving them the ability to turn the TVs on/off, adjust settings, remotely monitor their status, and more. They also come with family-friendly settings, an Eye Care Mode to minimize eye strain, and seamless integration with iOS devices through Apple AirPlay.

Key Specifications and Connectivity

Key specifications include a variety of features like Dolby Audio, dual-band WiFi, and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.

Pricing & Availability

Videotex’s new webOS Hub 2.0S TVs are set to be available for purchase on the company’s website soon, with pricing details to be announced.

LG's webOS Hub 2.0S powers Videotex's new TV launches in India
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