Realme Android TV can be launched in India soon. This smart TV has recently received Google certification.
Realme is soon to launch its first Android TV in the Indian market. The company had informed this at the launch of the Realme X50 Pro 5G smartphone at the beginning of the year. The company has announced the launch of its Android-based smart TV in the second quarter of the year. Earlier information about this smart TV has also been revealed. According to this, it can be launched in three screen sizes. Recently this smart TV has been spotted on Google certification.
The information comes via a tweet from the Android TV guide (@androidtv_rumor), that has managed to get its hands on a screenshot of a listing of supposed upcoming Android TV devices. One of the cropped screen grabs mentions Realme and India, along with a codename “Ikebukuro.” Another screengrab shows a list of what looks like, upcoming TV models, with their retail name, the country of launch, device codename, model number, and the processor it will be using. The tweet suggests that Realme TV would be made by Changhong, which is the second-largest manufacturers of TVs in China, according to Wikipedia.
Realme TV can be launched in three screen sizes. It can be launched with 55 inches, 43 inches, and 32-inch screen sizes. Recently, its 32-inch and 43-inch screen sizes of the base models were spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification site. It has also received the Indian Standard (BIS) certification in the first week of April.
Realme Android TV’s premium 55-inch screen size TV can be launched with premium features similar to OnePlus TV Q1. However, the features of this smart TV have not been revealed in any leaks yet. Due to Android TV, users will be able to access their favorite OTT platforms Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar, etc.
For now, we have plenty of information on Realme Android TV. It will come in three size variants, come preloaded with Realme Android TV, and have Bluetooth out of the box. The design of the Realme TV is still a mystery, and so are its pricing and launch details. We expect Realme to hold an event for Realme TV sometime after the lockdown is over and when it is done launching its long-awaited Narzo series smartphones.
The Realme Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A were slated to launch earlier this month but the ban on mobile phone deliveries caused the company to postpone the event until further notice. The Realme Narzo phones are said to sit between the Realme C and Realme 3 series in India.