A California and Mumbai based company, Vu Televisions is set to unveil its first Android TV-based Television in the Indian market on March 13. The company has sent media invites for the launching event in Bengaluru. It seems like the company wants to introduce Xiaomi recently launched Android Televisions. Last month, Xioami announced its 55-inch 4K HDR Mi TV 4 at Rs. 39,999 INR price tag. A few days ago, Xiaomi also launched the smaller and cheaper Mi TV 4A range of televisions into the Indian market. The company launched the 32-inch Xiaomi Mi TV 4A at Rs. 13,999 INR price tag while the 43-inch Mi TV 4A at Rs. 22,999 price tag.
In the invitation, Vu televisions confirmed that it would be going to launch new Android TV models, there is a tagline “Okay Google, Let’s Vu.” In the past, the company already announced the Android-based smart television into the Indian market, but the company is going to launch Android TV first in India. We can expect that the Vu Android TV televisions are directly competing with Xiaomi’s Mi TV 4A Android TV.
A few days ago, Xiaom launched a couple of smaller and cheaper Mi TV 4A range television models into the Indian market, as we mentioned earlier. The Mi TV 4A range models come with PatchWall AI-based UI which is specifically optimized for India. There are few changes between Xiaomi Mi TV 4A models launched in India and Mi TV 4A models launched in China. There are two 10W speakers and more ports in Xiaomi Mi TV 4A for India. The 32-inch Mi TV 4A model has 1366×768 pixels of resolution display while the 43-inch model supports 1920×1080 pixels of resolution. Both the Mi TV 4A models come with Amlogic quad-core processor on board along with 1 GB of RAM. They have 8 GB internal storage.
In terms of connectivity, 32-inch Mi TV 4A model has two USB 2.0 ports, Wi-Fi, three HDMI (one ARC) ports, one Ethernet port, one AV component port and 3.5mm headphone jack port. Unfortunately, there is no S/PDIF port. While the 43-inch model has three USB 2.0 ports, one S/PDIF audio port and the rest of the connectivity options being the same.