Best Android TV for your Home on Amazon India

By Rishabh | Published 09 Jan 2021 15:57 IST
Best Android TV for your Home on Amazon India
Best Android TV for your Home on Amazon India

Android TVs are the way to go if you’re in for a TV upgrade. Check out some of these offerings which are available on Amazon.

Televisions have always been multimedia centres. With the onset of so many interesting new technologies, TVs are also coming out with smart features and internet connectivity. An Android TV not only allows you to watch your regular television shows and channels but also integrates online streaming services such as Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime and others right at your fingertips. These TVs can also be loaded with other applications such as light games, or wallpaper apps to enhance the TV’s functionality. TVs with Android functionality are picking up speed these days and if you want a TV which gives you the latest features and the best visual and audio experience, here are some good options. 

Sony Bravia KD-65A8G

This TV from Sony is a 65-inch Bravia television with an OLED 4K display panel. The 4K resolution goes a long way in making the TV stand out from the competition. The TV also has support for 4K HDR content. The TV also comes with minimal bezels at the top and side to give you a seamless viewing experience. Using Android TV, you can use the Google Play Store, Voice Search, Phone Cast, Streaming apps and more convenience features. As for connectivity, the TV has 3 USB ports and 4 HDMI ports, making it a good pick for those who have multiple output devices connected to the TV.

OnePlus Q1 Series 4K QLED TV 55Q1IN Pro

The OnePlus Q1 is an Android TV which comes with all the bells and whistles, a 55-inch 4K display, a smart remote, mobile functionality and good sound output using the in-built soundbar. The TV comes with Google Assistant, meaning that you can just tell your TV what you want to watch rather than navigate complicated menus to get your content. With the smart remote, a few select apps are available right at the touch of a button. Apart from that, the TV comes with in-built support for phone mirroring, which is a bonus. At the back, you get a good selection of 3 USB ports and 4 HDMI ports. 

TCL 4K Ultra HD Certified Android Smart QLED TV 55C815

This offering from TCL is for those who want a sleek and stylish TV that provides top of the line features. Android TV functionality on this TV gives you access to a host of web applications for streaming content, playing light games and using your TV as an image carousel. The TV comes with a 4K resolution for dynamic and reliable image output. The TV also has a smart remote, which can be used as a mouse to get to your content more easily. With an ample number of USB and HDMI ports at the back, you don’t have to worry about switching input devices as that can all be controlled using the TV settings. 

Sony Bravia 138.8 cm (55 inches) 4K UHD Certified Android LED TV KD-55X9500G (Black) (2019 Model)

The Sony X9500G is a flagship LED TV with great black levels, fantastic picture quality and runs on the Android OS. It also supports eARC.

Like most other Android TVs in the market, the KD-55X9500G has been manufactured with a 4K Ultra HD display with a refresh rate of 50 hertz. It uses Triluminous technology that pushes out the  best shades of every color. Being an Android TV, you get all the standard features you would find on TVs of this calibre. The 20 watt acoustic multi-audio feature will give you a good auditory experience when watching films or even playing games. As for the connectivity options, you should be able to connect any compatible device you like with 4 HDMI and 3 USB ports.

As usual, you will be able to connect your Blu Ray players or gaming consoles without any hassles. Apart from that, both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth features have been pre installed on this TV. This  will allow you to have more freedom when it comes to connecting various other devices to your television.

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