Sony Bravia 32W830K Smart TV With Google TV, X-Reality Pro launches in India

Sony Bravia 32W830K Smart TV was launched in India on Wednesday. The 32″ HD Ready TV has a Google TV user interface that provides access to numerous films, games and shows from various apps or broadcasts with advanced voice control and integrated Chromecast. It offers support for Google Assistant, AirPlay and HomeKit integration – just like the recently launched Sony Bravia X75K Smart TV series. Other features of the TV include X-Reality Pro, Dolby Audio and X-Protection Pro which offers dust and moisture protection.

Sony Bravia 32W830K Smart TV price in India

Sony Bravia 32W830K Smart TV price in India is at Rs. 28,990. The model is available from today in all Sony centers, major electronics stores and e-commerce portals in India. It is currently priced at Rs. 34,900 in the Sony online store.

Sony Bravia 32W830K smart TV specifications

The Sony Bravia 32W830K Smart TV is available with a 32-inch HD LCD display (1,366 x 768 pixels) with a refresh rate of 50 Hz. The Sony TV supports HDR10 and HLG formats. Other display-related features of the Sony TV include the X-Reality Pro image processor, Live Color technology for color enhancement and Dynamic Contrast Enhancer for contrast improvement. The smart TV has 16 GB of built-in memory and runs on Google TV (based on Android TV).

The TV is equipped with two 10W full range open baffle speakers with Dolby Audio support. The TV’s connectivity options include WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v5, two USB ports, RF input, composite video input, three HDMI ports and digital audio output. The Sony Bravia 32W830K Smart TV also offers support for HomeKit and AirPlay, which can be used to stream content with an iPhone or iPad. It has Vivid, Standard, Cinema, Game, Graphic, Photo and Custom picture modes.

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