Motorola Releases Android 10-powered Smart TVs In India

by Marz Aglipay  December 23, 2020

Motorola has its newest line of Android 10 powered TVs in India. Dubbed the Motorola Revou the new models in two size options for both its premium and affordable models. The Morola Revou Ultra HD Smart TV is the top-end variant, and comes in a 55-inch and a 43-inch version. The more affordable line is the Motorola ZX2, which is available in a 32-inch HD-only variant as well as a bigger 40-inch, full HD model/

The top-tier Motorola Revou Ultra HD Smart TV has a 55-inch panel with 4K resolution. The TV has AutoTuneX+ Technology that essentially allows it to adjust picture settings automatically. The panel also sports Dolby Vision and HDR10 capabilities as well.

Powering it is a quad-core, MediaTek  G53 processor which gives it the same functionality as other Smart TVs in the market, specifically viewing NetFlix, YouTube, and other online streaming services.

The premium models come with a built-in 50W AmphiSoundX Pro Soundbar that’s covered with Swedish linen to give it a premium look. These speakers incorporate Dolby Atmos and DTS Studio Sound which are projected through a 4-unit speaker configuration: two high bass speakers, and two high octave tweeters set at a 45-degree angle to maximize sound trajectory.

All of Motorola’s new models run on Android 10 TV as standard, as well as offer built-in dual-band WiFi, two-way Bluetooth 5.0, and HDMI 2.1a compliant ports. The TV has Chromecast support that lets users use voice commands to control the TV as well as easily stream digital content from home-entertainment devices like smart hubs or smartphones.

Motorola’s Android 10 Smart TVs comes as a follow up to its first line of Smart TVs that was introduced to the international market in 2019. The Motorola Revou Ultra HD Smart TV has a starting price of Rs 30,999 (Php 20,2K) while the affordable models start at Rs 13,999 (Php 9,1 K). The is no information on whether Motorola’s Smart TVs will be available in the Philippines, as of press time.

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