Vu Cinema TV 2024 Edition: Launch in India

Vu Cinema TV 2024 Edition: Launch in India

In India, Vu Televisions has introduced the 2024 model of Cinema TV, aimed at enriching the user's OTT (Over-The-Top) viewing experience. This latest offering, the Vu Cinema TV 2024 Edition, is available in two sizes: 43 inches and 55 inches.

Features of Vu Cinema TV 2024 Edition

43-inch Vu Cinema TV 2024 Edition

The Vu Cinema TV 2024 Edition aims to replicate a cinematic experience within the confines of one's home. It showcases a borderless design to provide an engrossing viewing environment. Equipped with an IPS panel boasting 4K resolution and 400 nits brightness, the screen incorporates TruMotion technology alongside MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation). Gaming enthusiasts can benefit from a specialized game mode that includes auto-low latency mode (ALLM).

Audio and Software Features

The rear of the TV accommodates side-firing tube speakers enhanced with Dolby Audio technology, delivering an impressive 50W of audio output. Running on webOS, the TV arrives with a pre-loaded array of over 1000 applications, encompassing both local and global OTT services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and YouTube.

Devita Saraf, the CEO of Vu Group, showcases the 43-inch and 55-inch Vu Cinema TV 2024 Edition models. Users can seamlessly navigate between applications using voice commands and dedicated buttons on the remote. An innovative Movies hotkey aggregates movies from various platforms into a unified location.

Connectivity and Pricing Details

The TV supports Apple AirPlay, enabling users to stream content from Apple devices like iPhones and iPads. With dual-band Wi-Fi capabilities and two-way Bluetooth connectivity, users can wirelessly stream music and audio files from their smartphones. The Vu Cinema TV 2024 Edition is priced at Rs 25,999 ($315) for the 43-inch version and Rs 34,999 ($420) for the 55-inch variant. Currently available in India through Flipkart and local retailers, Vu intends to expand its availability to the Middle East and Africa, including regions like the UAE, Qatar, and Bahrain.

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