Lyf 4K Ultra HD smart TVs goes on sale on Reliance Digital website, prices start from Rs 65,990

By April 19th, 2016 AT 12:07 PM

Reliance Digital has listed three Lyf-branded 4K Ultra HD LED smart TVs for sale on its website. The price starts at Rs 65,990/- for 43 inch model and goes up to Rs 199,990/- for 65 inch, while 50-inch model is priced at Rs 84,990/-. All the three models have exactly the same specifications except for their screen size which differs in all three.

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The Lyf 4K Ultra HD LED TVs has an UHD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, a contrast ratio of 1:1200 and a response time of 12 ms. It has one of the slimmest screens in the world with 8mm bezel on metal-brush finish. They come with support for Dolby Digital Plus, three USB ports, three HDMI ports, Wi-Fi connectivity and support for USB HID.

They also feature multi-screen sharing to watch TV on both a smartphone and TV when on the same wireless network. Users can also mirror contents from TV to phone. Reliance claims Lyf 4K TVs as world’s most advanced 4K televisions due to the fact that these TVs are running on Android 4.4 OS. It also has a 2GB RAM and comes with Air Mouse Smart Remote control. All Lyf TVs comes with a 2-year warranty.

4K TVs are still not common due to high price and lack of content. However, price for 4K TVs are coming down starting from 2016, but content still remains a big issue. Jio which has already bagged MSO (multi-system operator) license would be able to offer premium 4K content on its network. Keeping this in mind, Reliance has launched Lyf 4K smart TVs.

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Lack of content for 4K? The content (TV channel broadcast) is still in CRT TV age. The broadcast is still in 4:3 ratio where as it suite the LCD TVs (LED TV is misnomer by Samsung) which are in 16:9 ratio. These days, LCD TVs have not only surpassed the sale in comparison to CRT TVs but the number of LCD TV sets in homes will also be more than the CRT TVs. Many people don’t know this and watch 4:3 content in 16:9 displays and watch square as rectangle, circle as ellipse and Karina Kapoor don’t have zero figure… Read more »

Sunny
Sunny

No crime selling 4K televisions now, 4K content will start becoming common in the coming years.

Lots of people watch 4:3 on 16:9 screens knowingly because widescreen HD format available on DTH usually is still quite expensive for them. Others just don’t care which format it is.

Ashish
Ashish

Mr.Ambani get some LYF.
Insane pricing !!
At least let the brand LYF get established then think about high end(so called) products.
Insted if you had launched an normal LED TV with wifi at reasonable pricing it would have been much better.

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