Infinix launches Android smart TVs in India

Infinix, the smartphone brand of China’s Transsion Holdings, will enter the Indian TV market with the launch of two new smart TVs. The brand said in a statement Thursday that the launch will take place by the end of December. Both new Infinix Smart TVs run on Android. In addition to its smart TVs, Infinix announced plans to launch a soundbar under the Snokor sub-brand. The brand made the announcements along with the launch of the Infinix Zero 8i in the country.

The Infinix Smart TVs will be available in 32 and 43 inch screen sizes. The TVs will likely counteract Vu, TCL, Realme, and Xiaomi’s Mi TV. Aside from the televisions, Infinix plans to launch its soundbar under the Indian sub-brand Snokor by the end of December. With the launch of its true stereo wireless earbuds (TWS) in July, the company entered the country’s audio market and has so far launched three affordable models in the segment.

Further details on the Infinix Smart TVs and the soundbar are still to be announced.

In addition to announcing plans for smart TV and soundbar, Infinix launched the Zero 8i as the newest smartphone in India. The phone comes with an introductory price of Rs. 14,999 for the single memory variant with 8GB of RAM + 128GB.

In terms of technical data, the Infinix Zero 8i has a 6.8-inch Full HD + display and is powered by a MediaTek Helio G90T SoC with an octa core. The smartphone also has quad rear cameras with a 48-megapixel primary sensor, two selfie cameras with a 16-megapixel primary sensor, and a 4,500 mAh battery. The Zero 8i also supports fast charging with 33 W and is said to provide up to 49 hours of 4G talk time.

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