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Nokia’s first smart TV will be launched soon in the Indian market, partnership with Flipkart

Finland company HMD Global, which owns Nokia rights, is now preparing to launch Smart TV in the Indian market. For this, it has joined hands with e-commerce brand Flipkart. The company said that it will launch its smart TV globally. Let us know that last month Motorola has also launched a TV with Flipkart.

Regarding Smart TV, the company said that it will develop Smart TV according to Indian customers. The manufacturing and distribution of the TV will be done under the Nokia brand. For this, the company has prepared a strategy related to the Indian market and customers. However, the company has not shared any information regarding TV specification, price and launching date. According to media reports, the sound system of the JBL brand will be found in it.

These companies are also developing TV

Along with India, many companies in China and other countries are also developing smart TVs along with smartphones. These include Samsung, Micromax, Intex, Xiaomi, Motorola and OnePlus. The TVs of all these companies are now available in the Indian market. Motorola and OnePlus are brand new TVs. Motorola has launched its Smart TV in partnership with Wattmart (Flipkart) in the last month i.e. September. This includes models with screens ranging from 32-inch to 65-inch. At the same time, their starting price is Rs 13,999.

Adarsh ​​Menon, Flipkart’s Senior Vice President and Head of Private Brands, Electronic and Furniture, said that Nokia is a globally popular brand. In such a situation, we are very excited to start the journey with him. Explain that MarkQ is a private label brand of Flipkart. Whose range of smart TV starts from Rs 6,999.

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