Panasonic’s online brand SANYO has launched three new Android TVs in the screen sizes of 49”, 55” and 65” under Sanyo’s Kaizen series. The new Kaizen 4K Android TV range is equipped with a powerful Quad-Core processor and runs the latest Android Pie 9.0 that offers seamless casting, intelligent voice search and a world of unlimited apps. The new range will be available on Amazon.in from 20th October 2019 for Rs. 29999, 34999 and 55999 for the 49,55 and 65 inch models, respectively.
The new Android TVs by Sanyo offers large display screens, along with Google’s user-friendly and dynamic interface. These TVs come with IPS Superbright LED Display with Bezel-less design and flame retardant VO material. They have a built-in Chromecast for content casting so that viewers can easily mirror their favourite movies, shows, and photos directly from their mobile device to their Sanyo Android TVs. The new range integrates official Netflix app and voice search capabilities that allows customers to simply ask their TV for the latest blockbuster, check match scores or even dim the lights.
These TVs have a dedicated Netflix button on the TV’s remote. Besides, the remote also sports a Google Assistant button that provides total hands-free AI voice interaction and allows users to control the TV through voice commands. Adding to the features, the new series boasts superior 20W box speakers with Digital Signal Processing, Dolby Digital, and DTS TruSurround, which ensures the best acoustics in your room.
Speaking on the launch Mr. Pankaj Rana– Business Chief, Sanyo, Panasonic India, said, “We at Sanyo, are committed to creating world-class products and helping people experience television like never before. With the launch of our new large-screen 4K Android TV display sets, we are catering to the growing consumer preference for bigger screen sizes and making it a one-stop-shop for all their entertainment requirements. Hitting the market during the festive season, the new range will offer consumer an unmatched visual experience and enhance the way they view content and interact with their TV sets.”