VU Televisions has launched today its new range of Vu Ultra 4K Television in 4 sizes – 43”, 50”, 55” and 65” at very attractive prices of Rs.25999,28999,32999 and Rs. 48999 respectively. These TVs can be bought from Amazon.in.
The Vu Ultra 4K comes with an Ultra-edge 4K Display having resolution of 3840×2160 pixels that enhances 40 % brightness level to experience the best viewing experience even in daylight. It also has feature of Dolby Vision & HDR10 + Active Contrast + Backlight Control.
Vu Ultra 4K TV has a new feature thati is Pro Picture Calibration that allows the viewer to take charge of technical controls such as gamma correction, noise reduction, colour temperature and HDMI dynamic range.
The Vu Ultra 4K TV has Cricket Mode which claims to ensure that you get 100% ball visibility even when it is in full motion. Another important feature added in this range of television is Parental Block which allows parents to control what their kids are watching while they are at home.
This TV incorporates Ultra Sound with built-in Dolby Audio & DTS Virtual X Surround Sound technologies with 30Watt box speakers having Super Sound Sports Mode.
This TV is powered by 64-bit Quad-Core processor combined with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage. It runs on Android TV 9.0 and has built-in Chromecast and feature of Screen Mirroring. It comes with Vu ActiVoice Remote with Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube, Hotstar and Google Play Hotkeys on it. For connectivity, it offers features of Bluetooth 5.0 + WiFi + 3HDMI & ARC, 2USB and LAN.
Vu Ultra 4K TV comes with ultra-thin and bezel-less design with Titanium Grey aesthetics.
Speaking about the launch, Devita Saraf, Chairperson and CEO, Vu Technologies said, “In the last one month Vu has emerged as the #1 television brand in India. We have sold over 50,000 television sets in May. This just goes to prove that our product quality, innovations, features and customer service are unmatched. Our new 4K Ultra TV has been designed keeping in mind the needs of our customers who of working from home, binge-watching, and looking at television as an entertainment source for the entire family.”