Realme Smart TV Now Available in Offline Stores in India

Realme SmartTV

Now users can buy Realme Smart TV from both online and offline platforms. It is available in two variants in the Indian market.

Smartphone manufacturer Realme launched its Realme Smart-TV in the Indian market while entering the TV segment some time ago. Which is still available exclusively for sale on the e-commerce website Flipkart and on the company’s official site. But now you can buy this smart TV from offline stores as well. Based on Android TV OS, this TV has four speakers, HDR10 support and Dolby audio.

Realme Smart TV

Regarding Realme Smart TV, the company has officially announced that it will now be available for sale at some 1,250 offline stores across the country. But make it clear that these stores will be part of the company’s Royal Club. So now the users will not have to wait for the flash cell to buy Realme Smart TV nor will they need an online platform. If you want, you can order comfortably after going to the offline store and watching TV.

Realme Smart TV Price

Realme Smart TV price starts at Rs. 12,999 for the 32-inch variant in India. Along with this, the 43-inch model is available at Rs. 21,999. Both variants were launched in India in May and were available through Flipkart and till now. However, the company has hinted its offline availability at the time of its launch announcement.

Realme Smart TV

Realme Smart TV specifications and features

Realme Smart TV has been introduced in two models. Its 32-inch model is HD Ready and comes with a screen resolution of 1,366×720 pixels. The screen resolution of the 43-inch model is 1,920×1,080 pixels. This TV comes with Android TV 9 Pie and Google Play support. In this, users will get many pre-installed apps like Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, and YouTube. It is offered on a 64-bit MediaTek processor. It has 1GB RAM and 8GB internal memory, besides two full-range drivers and two tweeters.

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