Smart TVs have been the norm for some time, and it’s rare that we buy a big screen for the home that isn’t governed by some type of operating system. Android TV is Google’s bet, is progressing well and has been chosen by Nokia for its latest batch of televisions. A fairly inexpensive shipment.
The Finnish manufacturer presented a series of televisions on September 30. More precisely, 7 models ranging from 32 inches of the most compact model to 75 inches of the largest
32 to 75 inches
Regardless of their diagonal, the seven Nokia smart TVs share many of their characteristics. For example, they were manufactured in collaboration with the Austrian StreamView HmbH, we are therefore talking about a brand transfer and not of own manufacture. What happens, for example, with Alcatel or BlackBerry mobile phones, in the hands of TCL.
With the exception of the three models with the smallest screen (those of 32, 43 and 50 inches), the rest of the televisions come with 4K resolution and HDR content support
Again, they both have USB-A ports for connecting external devices. At the controls we find dedicated buttons for both Google Assistant and Netflix and YouTubeand are backlit so you can interact with them more easily in the dark. The prices of the seven televisions are, as the brand indicates, as follows:
- Nokia 3200A 32 inch: 299 dollars
- 43 inch Nokia 4000A: 429 dollars
- Nokia 5000A 50 inch: 499 dollars
- Nokia 5500A 4K de 55 pulgadas: 599 dollars
- Nokia 5800A 4K of 58 shots: 629 dollars
- Nokia 6500A 4K 65 inch: 699 dollars
- Nokia 7500A 4K de 75 pulgadas: 1199 dollars
The TVs are coming to Europe and will soon be available in Europe, with no confirmed date. They can be purchased from the manufacturer’s website: StreamView.