Vu Masterpiece TV launched in India with 85 inch 4K HDR QLED panel, know price

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Vu Masterpiece TV The company’s latest flagship TV has been launched in India, priced at Rs 3,50,000. The television comes with a single 85 inch size option and a 4K HDR QLED screen, in which you will get Dolby Vision HDR Standard and 50 W built-in soundbar. Interestingly, it has a built-in Windows 10 PC feature as well as video conferencing support with the camera. This TV is equipped with Android TV 9 Pie, which you can buy from all retail stores in India.

Vu Masterpiece TV specifications and features

The Vu Masterpiece TV is the most expensive TV of the company’s flagship television, priced at Rs 3,50,000. However, for this price, the company offers a lot in this TV, which has an 85-inch Ultra-HD QLED screen in which you will get the Dolby Vision HDR Vision format. The maximum refresh rate of this TV is 120 Hz and brightness is 1,000 nits. Apart from this, local dimming feature has been provided in VU Masterpiece TV, with 256 zones built in LED backlight.

This TV comes in single black and ‘Armani Gold’ color options. The front of the TV has a soundbar speaker. The TV’s six-speaker system provides a 50W sound output. At the same time, it also has Dolby MS12 and DTS: X format support. Apart from this, it also has the function of Smart TV, such as it works on Android TV 9 Pie, with which all major streaming service apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hotstar have been supported. It also has a Google Assistant, which can be accessed from the microphone of a Bluetooth-enabled remote.

A unique feature of the VU Masterpiece TV is the built-in Windows 10 PC, which is equipped with Intel Core i5 processor. It also includes features such as a camera, a built-in trackpad with a wireless keyboard, which makes this TV even more productive and supportive of office work. This Android TV is equipped with a quad-core processor with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage.

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