Nokia entered the competition with smart screen giants, and unveiled a new 43-inch smart TV, based on the Google Android operating system and JBL headphones, with support for 4K content, HDR10 and Chromecast technology.
The Finnish company explained that the new TV works with 4K technology, the screen operates at a rate of 60 Hz image stimulation and a brightness of 300 nits with a contrast ratio of 1100: 1 and a viewing angle of 178 degrees, with the ability to upgrade content to 4K resolution and support MEMC technology and HDR10 and Dolby Vision.
The TV depends on the Google Android 9.0 operating system and the Google Voice Assistant, in addition to the availability of a wireless WLAN network. It is also possible through the Google Play Store to download applications such as YouTube and Netflix and use without the need for a separate device such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K.
The new Smart TV technical package includes the Quad Core CA53 Single Core processor with 2.25GB RAM and 16GB flash memory.
The new Nokia TV features a stylish three-sided design with 24W JBL speakers at the bottom, with Dolby Audio support and DTS True Surround technology.