Panasonic Online Brand Sanyo Launches Kaizen TV Series Based on Android TV Starting at Rs 12,999

Panasonic's online brand, Sanyo has today announced two new TV models under the Kaizen series

By September 5th, 2019 AT 5:49 PM
Highlights
  • The first 43-inch 4K model is available on amazon for Rs 28,999
  • The second 32-inch HDR model is available for Rs 12,999

Panasonic’s online brand today announced the launch of its new Kaizen series of TVs which are based on the Android TV platform. The brand noted that these TVs come certified by Google and encompass advanced Japanese technology. The TVs are based on Android Pie 9.0, and this new series extends the TV viewing experience along with Google’s user-friendly and dynamic interface. As for the pricing, the 32-inch HDR TV is priced at Rs 12,999, and the 43-inch 4K TV is priced at Rs 28,999. The new models of Sanyo TV will be available to the customers online on amazon.in.

Kaizen TV Series to Boot Android 9 Pie

Sanyo has claimed that the new line-up of TVs will bring a premium cinematic viewing experience to the users. The new models will come with PS Superbright LED Display and a Bezel-less design with flame retardant VO material. These TVs will boot on the Android Pie 9.0 software and will also ship with built-in Chromecast which will enable easy content casting allowing users to seamlessly mirror their favourite movies, shows, and photos directly from their mobile device to their Sanyo Android TVs. There will also be voice search capabilities available on the Kaizen series, and the customers can ask their TV for the latest blockbuster, check the score or even dim the lights. The 43-inch TV in the 4K range and 32-inch in the HDR range will be the hero models for Sanyo in the festive season.

On the occasion of the launch of the TVs Mr Pankaj Rana– Business Chief, Sanyo, Panasonic India, said, “With the vision of making technology accessible to all, we at Sanyo, are delighted to introduce Kaizen Series which delivers superior functionality and infinite content opportunities to our users. Equipped with the latest Android technology that comes with inbuilt Chromecast feature and Google Assistant for Voice Search, this new range aims at changing the way people view content and interact with their TV sets.”

Kaizen TV Series to Come with Netflix and Other Apps

Garima Gupta, Category Leader – Televisions, Amazon India remarked about the launch “We are excited to partner with Panasonic India and launch Sanyo’s new Kaizen Series on Amazon.in. With this partnership, we continue to build a strong portfolio in the televisions category providing customers with a vast selection, great value, fast & reliable delivery with easy exchange and installation.

The TVs will also support applications like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix. To give quick access to content, Sanyo has added a dedicated Netflix button on the TV’s remote. Besides, the remote also sports a Google Assistant button that provides a total hands-free AI voice interaction and allows users to control the TV through voice commands. Adding to the features, the new series boasts superior 20W box speakers with Digital Signal Processing and Dolby Digital, which ensures the best acoustics in your living room.

Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.

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