Daiwa launches 32-inch smart TV D32C4S equipped with a host of functionalities, impressive pictures, and a super slim design. With its display resolution of 1366*768, the HD ready TV delivers real and immersive viewing experiences, enhancing color, and contrast for the crystal-clear view. Delivering a stable deeply integrated Android support, the TV runs on an optimized enhanced dual core processor with 1GB RAM + 8GB internal storage that brings the seamless experience because of its quick response time.

Giving easy access to Internet with built-in WiFi support, the television is pre-loaded with several apps namely Netflix, and YouTube, among others. The TV also shuts the applications running in the backdrop when not in use, which not only frees the RAM but also enhances the TV performance.

Boasting, 2*10W powerful in-built BOX speakers, one can also connect LED TV with sound bar or AV receiver through HDMI cable with the help of ARC function. One also gets an option to choose between 5 different music modes to get clearer, more powerful sound. Hosting extensive connectivity options ensures one surpasses smart android TV experience. With 2HDMI, 2USB and CO-AX output port one can easily connect media devices. The TV is tagged with the remote, with a built-in mouse, which makes navigating through the television easier and quicker.

Lastly, its screen mirroring technology enables one to preview the tabs of phone in TV, at one go. Equipped with several features and energy efficiency programs, the power saving mode automatically adjusts the backlight and brightness of TV, which also helps reduce the stress and fatigue to eyes while viewing TV in dim or darker rooms. The TV, made in India comes with an option of 2 years warranty and is available with online stores with Amazon, Flipkart, Paytm, Shopclues, Snapdeal, and Ebay.

Additionally, after the purchase, the TV could also be registered on My Daiwa service app for extended warranty and after-sales benefits. It could be downloaded from the Google Play Store.


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