Most of 2020 has passed with people spending more and more time at home and it doesn’t look like the trend will change anytime soon. With more and more people spending time at home the black mirror on the screen has started getting a lot of attention. Streaming services and content consumption on the TV has increased. A lot of people have realized that the TV on their wall could be bigger and add to a more immersive experience. If you are looking to upgrade your TV and are eyeing a 65-inch TV, then we have the list for you. Today, we will talk about five 65-inch TVs you can buy on a budget of Rs 60,000. These TVs are for those that are on a budget. If the sky is the limit for you, then you can check out our list of the best 65-inch TVs money can buy here. We haven’t tested all the TVs here on today’s list. But, they are here based on the specifications and features they bring to the table.
Xiaomi’s Mi TV 4X is a 65-inch TV running on Android TV and boasts of support for HDR 10. This TV runs on the Android TV UI but also brings with it support for Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI, which is an excellent option if you are new to the world of smart TVs. Another unique thing about the Xiaomi TV is its data saver function. If you have a limited FUP cap, you can set the level of data consumption on the TV. The TV also reduces the video quality of content consumed when streaming via mobile hotspot to help you get more content consumption on limited mobile internet. Since the TV runs on Android TV, you have access to the Play Store along with support for the Google Assistant and a voice-enabled remote control. The TV also brings with it support for popular streaming services. It is a 4K TV along with support for HDR 10. It has 3 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports for your connectivity needs.
Another TV running on Android is the TCL P8. This TV also brings with it access to the Google Play Store and popular streaming services support. It has Chromecast built-in and is a 4K TV with support for HDR 10 and HLG. The TV has a refresh rate of 60Hz. It also comes with a voice-enabled remote control giving you access to the Google Assistant. The TV supports Dolby Audio and brings with it 20W of sound output. For your connectivity needs, the TV has 3 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports. The panel of the TV also boasts of micro dimming.
The Thomson OATHPRO also runs on Android TV, bringing the goodness of the Play Store and streaming services built-in. The TV has 500 nits of peak brightness which is higher than what we have seen on most budget TVs. The TV also brings with it a voice enabled remote control and has a unique design. It also supports Chromecast built-in. The TV also supports DTS TruSurround and Dolby Digital Plus. For connectivity, the TV has 3 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports. It has an IPS panel and for wireless connectivity it supports 2.4GHz only and not 5GHz. It is a 4K TV with support for HDR and Dolby Vision.
The Kodak 65CA0101 is another TV running on Android TV, bringing with it the Play Store, all popular streaming services and a voice enabled remote control to bring up the Assistant. It also supports Chromecast built-in. The TV has a 4K panel with support for HDR, Dolby Vision and has a peak brightness of 550 nits. For your connectivity needs, it has 3 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports. It comes with a bezel-less design and has a fairly slim form factor. The TV has an IPS panel, and the speakers support DTS TruSurround and Dolby Digital plus.
The iFFALCON 65K71 also runs on Android TV bringing with it all the goodies discussed in the above Android TVs. All the other TVs on this list need you to talk into the remote control to control the Assistant. The iFFALCON 65K71 has Hands-Free Voice search letting you talk directly to the TV. The TV has a 4K panel with support for HDR 10. It also boasts of micro dimming. It also boasts of a MagiConnect feature letting you control the operations of the TV from the comfort of a smartphone.