Nokia launches Smart TV in India

Prasad, 05 December 2019

Nokia has launched its first smart TV in the Indian market with e-commerce platform Flipkart. The 55-inch model being launched today is the first of its kind, with more models coming in later.

Nokia launches Smart TV in India in partnership with Flipkart

The Nokia 55CAUHDN has a 55-inch display with 4K UHD resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, 400 nits peak brightness, 1200:1 contrast ratio and 178 degree viewing angles. The TV uses an ADS panel, which is a variant of the IPS technology and has similar properties.

The display supports wide color gamut as well as HDR, including Dolby Vision support. Although with 400nits of peak brightness and no full-array local dimming support, don't expect great HDR experience.

The audio is handled by JBL with an integrated soundbar system at the bottom of the television. You also get Dolby Audio and DTS Tru Surround on the software side.

Internally, the television has a quad-core (4x Cortex-A53) CPU clocked at 1GHz and Mali-450 GPU, 2.25GB memory, 16GB internal storage, Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi. You get 3x HDMI ports and 2x USB ports.

Nokia launches Smart TV in India in partnership with Flipkart

The TV runs on Android TV 9.0 platform with built-in Chromecast support. You also get Netflix, YouTube and Hotstar apps pre-installed, although there doesn't seem to be Amazon Prime Video, likely due to the exclusive partnership with Amazon rival Flipkart.

The television has a clean, minimal design with a centrally located stand so you don't need a wide table to place it and relatively thin bezels.

The Nokia 55CAUHDN is priced at INR 41,999 ($589) and will be available on Flipkart starting December 10 at 12PM IST.


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  • Ernesto

Am in Ghana West Africa how can I get some to buy

  • Anonymous

LOL which thick sides? watch it clearly its not a thick side. First see the TV clearly and then comment From back it should be slight thick like others remember its a tv not just a glass

  • dude

Good specs , but those thick sides and back are so 2010, but should be ok for Indian market but not for rest of the world.

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