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If you want to buy a new smart TV, wait a minute, this company will soon launch two cheap smart TVs

New Delhi: If you do not have a smart TV at home and you want to buy it, your wish may come true soon. Often many consumers cannot afford modern smart TVs because of the high cost. If you’re one of them, don’t worry. Nominated company Infinix Two new smart TVs will be launched next month. These TVs will come in 32-inch and 40-inch sizes. These TVs will be known as Infinix X3 Smart TV. Smart TVs will come with Android TV 11 and will be launched in the market for consumers in the second week of March. The price of this smart TV will be kept in the budget range, according to the Chinese smartphone company. The Infinix X3 will be the second smart TV line-up for the Transition Holdings brand in India.

Being an online-focused smartphone, Infinix is ​​likely to be launched by Flipkart. The Infinix X3 will feature:
In addition, the lineup will include two models, 32-inch and 40-inch. The company has not yet disclosed the display resolution. However, the TV is expected to come with an HD-ready (1366 x 768 pixels) panel. The latter will offer FHD (1920 x 1080 pixels) resolution. Infinix’s new smart TV series will boot the Android TV 11 operating system. Consumers can also get some other abandoned features in this smart TV.

Features of Ininfix X1: In terms of features of this upcoming smart TV, Infinix X1, Infinix X3 will be more or less the same as Infinix X1. In other words, it will be another series of cheap smart TVs. The Ininfix X1 also comes in 43-inch variants. This version of Infinix X3 may be released later. However, no official information is currently available. Infinix has only one smart TV available in India in the form of X1 Android TV. Infinix’s current smart TV X1 comes in 32-inch, 40-inch and 43-inch sizes. The Smart TV has a MediaTek 64-bit processor and 24W speakers.

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