TV’s have become the major source of entertainment in every household over the last few years. With the launch of Smart TVs, the TV viewing experience has changed completely for users. Smart TVs allow you to stream content from the internet and you have the flexibility of choosing when or what you want to watch. We list some of the best 32-inches smart LED TVs that will give a new dimension to your viewing experience.
The Mi LED TV brings with it the best of PatchWall UI & Android TV. It boasts of Chromecast built-in along with 700,000+ hrs. of Content.
The Mi LED TV 4C Pro comes with a voice-enabled remote control. This makes it easier for users to search by simply speaking to the TV via the remote control. Thanks to the Android TV OS, users can also use the smart TV to control their smart home devices.
For your connectivity needs, the TV has 3 HDMI and 2 USB ports. Connect your Blu Ray players or gaming consoles hands down. The built-in Chromecast lets you stream content from your smartphone to the TV with wireless ease. You can even use your voice if you have a compatible app to perform actions like ‘mute the volume’ or to ‘rewind or forward’.
This TV runs on LG's web OS with support for popular streaming services. It has an IPS panel with Active HDR support.
The built-in Wi-Fi allows you to connect your TV to the internet with ease. The HD ready LED TV comes with a resolution of 1366 x 768p and 50 hertz of refresh rate. LG states that the TV’s display offers life-like color and a wide viewing angle for a more realistic experience. Thanks to the resolution and refresh rate, you get clear picture quality.
The LG HD Ready LED Smart TV supports webOS which is the company’s proprietary OS. The TV has 2 HDMI ports to connect a set-top box, Blu Ray players, and gaming console. It has 1 USB ports to connect hard drives, etc.
The TCL TV runs on Android Oreo out of the box with support for the Play Store and popular streaming services. It also boasts of 16W of sound output.
The TCL TV runs on Android Oreo OS and sports a Dual Core MALI 470 graphics processor. For audio, it has 16 Watts of sound output. If you have wide seating, then know that the TV has a 178-degree viewing angle. The TV also boasts of micro dimming technology. Though there are sufficient connectivity options in the form of 2 HDMI and USB ports each, the TCL TV lacks Bluetooth support.
The smart volume controls on the TV help control fluctuating sound automatically. This generally happens when you switch channels or an ad commercial pops up. So, the audio maintains a uniform level without ups and downs.
This TV from Kodak is an Android-based Smart TV with support for wireless media playback from a smartphone. The TV supports media streaming apps like Netflix, Hotstar & YouTube.
This offering from Kodak comes with a 1366 x 768 resolution. The TV runs on Android. It supports auto power off which will help you save on your power bills if you leave the TV running and fall asleep. Another upside is that the TV comes with 8 GB of ROM to save your favorite apps, images, and videos.
his Kodak LED Smart TV has 20 Watts of sound output. The TV supports 802.11 b/g/n WiFi. Apart from Wi-Fi, there are 3 HDMI and 2 USB ports to connect your devices.