Smartphone manufacturing company Infinix has finally launched its new X1 smart TV in the Kenyan market.
Infinix X1 is powered by Android and the company promises to offer a high-quality viewing experience and good functionality thanks to AIoT technology.
Owners of the TV will be lucky enough to install various streaming apps of their choices as it features an in-built Chromecast. According to Infinix, music streaming will also be possible since the X1 comes preloaded with Bomplay Music.
The TV’s display features minimal bezels giving it a bigger screen-to-body-ratio. Build quality is also solid enough since the back panel is made of metal with a slim look.
As for sound quality, Infinix X1 TV comes with the 24W high-quality speakers (for 43-inch) and supports Dolby Audio and AAC sound effects. The TV also packs AIoT-based feature for screen projection, so that you can project interesting stuff like YouTube videos from your smartphone or PC to the TV screen and share them with others.
This feature will turn the TV screen of X1 into an extended display of your smartphone or PC with the Infinix Life app based on protocols such as DLNA, AirPlay, and Chromecast so that you can interact with and switch between different screens seamlessly for a better experience of working, gaming or entertainment.
The X1 smart TV will retail in Kenyan stores in two size variants; 32 inches going for Sh19,490 and 43 inches selling at Sh31,990. Both models will also be covered by a guarantee policy of up to 24 months.
While the 55-inch X1 smart TV comes with the UHDT panel, the powerful Quad Core processor, and an 8GB flash memory for higher speed of the display and smoother operation. The X1 supports multiple display modes including HDR10+ (for the 55-inch ones) and HLG.
Through the optimization of backlighting, the brightness of the 55-inch X1 smart TV can be up to 350 nits. Thanks to the image enhancement engine Epic 2.0 developed by Infinix, the X1 smart TV is able to provide unprecedented HD images.