September 10 2019: Daiwa continues the trend of shrinking prices for large format smart TVs: It has launched The Big Wall UI, the 124cm (49) ‘D50F58S’ Full HD Quantum Luminit TV for Rs 26,990.
Optimized with the Machine-learning algorithm the Daiwa TV, stores user knowledge and patterns observed in the data consumption to make inferences and suggestions for the future. Supporting over 1700000+ hours of Content to the users, the Big Wall UI shows trending Trailers, Music, Movies, TV shows etc. on the Home screen along with dedicated powered AI and OTA updates. The TV comes with the app ‘Movie box’ storing 7000+ free movies. The TV is also loaded with several certified apps like, Hotstar, Zee5, Sony Liv, Jio Cinema, Sun Nxt, Voot, etc.
Says Arjun Bajaj – Director - Videotex and Founder of Daiwa TV": “We’re delighted and proud to be the first Indian Brand to announce Custom UI to its users. The Big Wall UI is a fresh, easy to use and a more intuitive user experience . The new UI is built in sync with the enhanced consumption of digitalized content across the country, which works tailored as per the user. Going forward ‘THE Big Wall’ will be available in all our smart TV’s starting from 80cm (32) upto 165cm (65).”
The Slim 124 cm (49) ‘D50F58S’ features brilliant clarity, superior detailing and more depth in colors. Sporting the state of the art display with A+ Grade Panel, FHD resolution of 1920*1080 pixels, the smart TV supports 1.07 billion colors equipped with Quantum Luminit technology making reds redder, greens greener and blues bluer. Enabling seamless interface, the TV runs on quad core processor & operates on Android 8.0 having a 1GB Ram and 8GB Rom. The Smart TV enables Stream Movies, Music, Games and several other online contents. The TV also comes with the function of CDE (Content Discovery Engine) that allows you to search your favourite TV shows or movies available across certified apps by just entering the name in the search bar on the home screen. The TV is accompanied by a Super Smart Remote with Mouse for point and click navigation.