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Get ready! Realme Smart LED TVs will enter the market on this day, will get these special features

New Delhi: Renowned smartphone company Realme will soon launch some abandoned smart TVs for consumers. So if you want to buy a new smart TV, you can wait a few days. With the Realme GT Neo 3, the company launches its new Realme for customers Smart TV The X Series is also about to launch. Under this series, two new TV models 40 inch and 43 inch models will be introduced. Prior to the launch, the company has confirmed some special features. The Realme event will take place on April 29, in which the company will launch the Realme GT Neo 3 with 150 W fast charge support.

Company same day Realme Smart TV X. The Full HD TV Series will launch two models with 40-inch and 43-inch screen sizes. A separate microsite for the new Realme Tv series has also been created on the official websites of Realme and Flipkart. Much has come out of the new TV series from Microsite. The new Android TV models of this series will offer full HD resolution.

Realme Smart TV X Full HD Features:

According to information from Microsite, the new models will come with a full-vision bezel-less design. Mali-G31 MP2 GPU is used for graphics in TVs with full-HD (1920 × 1080 pixels) resolution, chroma boost, quad core processor (ARM Cortex A55 CPU). In addition, 8 GB internal storage with 1 GB RAM is provided. When it comes to visual quality, the new smart LED TVs will support HDR 10 content. Customers will get a 24 watt Dolby audio speaker in the TV.

The Realme event will take place on April 29. In which the company is going to launch Realme GT Neo 3. The Realme GT Neo 3 was launched in China a few days ago. This is the company’s first phone. Which comes with 150 watt fast charging technology. The company has not yet revealed the price of the Realme GT Neo 3.

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