Why TV is Getting More Popular in the Past Decade

Why TV is Getting More Popular in the Past Decade

The TV is watched in India by rich and poor – the screen size, resolution and the picture quality may differ – but most of India does that. From office goers to farmers to students to homemakers to – everyone watches TV, and it has so much to offer for all. 

TV does matter to India and it will continue to hold forts 

If you are an Indian reader, then you would not be amazed to know that nothing keeps an Indian family in a bond together than the television. From being our Cricket Team at action to the latest Shah Rukh Khan blockbuster to new serials, an Indian family loves to watch films, daily soaps and sports on TVs. 

Community watching is in the DNA of Indians, and it has been seen since the days of Mahabharata broadcasted on Sunday morning. People would bathe and sit together while waiting for bated breath for the iconic show to begin. The scene is seen when there is a cricket match on – you can even see strangers following up matches outside a TV store in almost every big and the small city of India. 

Technological innovations have given TV a new lease of life 

TV matters in India and it surely bind people like no other medium! Television has started to lose its sheen a bit in Indian metro to digital entertainment. The TV industry has started to feel the heat, but they rekindled the TV by employing newer technologies. 

From OLED to 4K (Ultra TV) to QLED and Smart TV, the technologies driving a modern TV has helped it sustain competition from other entrainment mediums. Now, people can watch DTH content as well as stream music, videos and other apps. Yes, the TV of today is like mini computers without word processing and similar features. 

What’s more, the purchasing power of people has also increased, and the availability of electricity even in remotest areas in India have surged the sales of TVs these days. Given the kind of passion that people have for television in India, it should continue as one of the mediums of entertainment.  

Leading televisions that you can consider buying in India 

If you are looking to bring home a TV in India, then there are lots of choices across brands. You can choose a Lloyd TV, samsung, sony, LG or another brand. Here are a few of the best models available in the market to consider: 

Lloyd Clara 43 Inch Ultra HD 4K LED Smart TV

  • Ultra HD 4K 3840 x 2160 pixels 
  • 30 W speaker output 
  • 50 Hz refresh rate 
  • A grade panel
  • 4 x HDMI ports 
  • 2 x USB ports 

The price of this Lloyd TV in India is around Rs.32,000. 

Samsung Series 4 32 Inch HD Ready LED Smart TV

  • HD Ready 32 Inch 1366 x 768 pixels 
  • 10 W speaker output 
  • 50 Hz refresh rate 
  • 2 HDMI ports 
  • 1 USB port 
  • 7 in 1 feature

The model of this Samsung television is available in India at cost Rs.15,000 which you can bring home at easy EMIs. 

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