Last month, TCL launched its range of Smart TVs in India to take on Xiaomi s Mi TV 4 and Mi TV 4A Smart TVs. Called the iFFALCON 55K2A, iFFALCON 40F2 and iFFALCON 32F2, the Smart TVs are powered by Android 7.0 Nougat OS with Android TV certification and comes with support for Google Play Games. The company has also partnered Netflix, Jio Digital, YouTuube, Voot, and ErosNow among others to offer content to its users. Also Read - Android 12 beta 2 rolling out: New privacy features, tweaked design and moreAlso Read - Xiaomi Mi TV 4A 40 Horizon Edition India launch date revealed; will take on OnePlus TV 40-inch
The iFFALCON 55K2A is the expensive of the lot and priced at Rs 45,999, whereas the iFFALCON 40F2 is priced at Rs 19,999. Lastly, the iFFALCON 32F2 is most affordable of the line-up priced at Rs 13,499. All these TVs are now available to purchase from Flipkart. Also Read - OnePlus TV 40Y1 India LED TV launch on May 24, to feature full-HD display
TCL iFFALCON Smart TVs specifications and features
The iFFALCON 55K2A is the flagship TV from TCL, and it sports a 55-inch 4K UHD display running at a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. The Smart TV is powered by quad-core processor, and a dual-core GPU paired with 2.56GB of RAM and 16GB onboard storage. The panel features Micro Dimming technology with white LED HD backlight to enhance the colour gamut. For audio, there is Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound and advanced DTS post-processing technology. TCL has also added Smart Volume feature to automatically adjust the volume and eliminate sudden sound fluctuations.
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The iFFALCON 40F2 features a 40-inch full HD display, whereas the iFFALCON 32F2 features a 32-inch full HD display. Both TVs feature Micro Dimming technology and LED HD backlight to enhance the colour gamut, while also offering dynamic contrast.
The TVs come pre-installed with Netflix, JioCinema and the app store gives an access to over 500 downloadable apps. There is also a new T-Cast feature, which allows users to operate the TV using their smartphones.