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The Samy Informatics on Wednesday launched a new 32 inch Android Smart TV in Delhi at Constitution Club of India. The TV has been designed under the ‘Make in India’ and ‘Startup India’ campaigns bringing a boost to the Indian technology as the maximum parts of the TV have been manufactured in India. The Samy 32-inch Android smart TV price in India has been set at only Rs. 4,999, which is probably the biggest highlight of th TV. The main objective behind launching the TV at this price range was to provide lower income class families a taste of smart Television. msnTarGet.com

32-inch Smart Android TV at just Rs. 4,999 Samy Electronics introduces under Make in India campaign

32-inch Smart Android TV at just Rs. 4,999 Samy Electronics introduces under Make in India campaign
32-inch Smart Android TV at just Rs. 4,999 Samy Electronics introduces under Make in India campaign
Talking about the product, Avinash Mehta, Director, Samy Informatics Pvt. Ltd. said, “We are offering a wide variety at Value for Money proposition. There is a huge potential in the market and a large base of consumer untouched through the country. Other than urban-semi urban, the rural market is expanding rapidly. Keeping in mind about the “Make in India” & “ Start-Up India” Our objective is to provide each and every class, lower income family could enjoy the smart TV with a price range of Rs.4,999 on a premium side comparison to high budget TV.” Fun2Ind.com

Samy SM32-K5500 HD LED TV specifications and features 

Samy SM32-K5500 HD LED TV features a 32-inch HD display with 1366×786 pixels. It comes with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and dynamic ratio of 1000000:1. The TV is touted to provide high-resolution video quality. It has a 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage for storing apps and content. It runs on Android 4.4 with pre-installed apps such as Facebook and Youtube. soas.in

Connectivity options include two HDMI and two USB ports, an audio out port and a video input port. Users also get a USB to play music, watch movies or videos. It includes two 10W speakers, SRS Dolby Digital and a 5 Band Equalizer for better sound quality. MobAsk.com 

While the new TRAI Cable TV Rules are going to be effective in a few days, the confusion among customers continue. While you have the liberty to choose what you want to watch now, it’s still not clear how to do it. soas.in

Under the current TRAI rules, the base pack starts at Rs 130, excluding GST.

Soon, the days will be over where you no more will have to pay for the channels you don’t watch. The base Rs 130 pack can have 100 SD under the latest TRAI cable TV ruling. has issued another clarification. So the Rs 130 base after taxes will cost Rs 153.40. mobask.com

How To Add Paid Channels To Rs 130 Base Pack?

You can add a-la carte channels to your Rs 130 base pack. To choose channels, either you have to contact your cable TV operator or can do it by yourself. Fun2Ind.com

DTH Combo Channels To Rs 130 Base Pack - How To Add FTA, Paid & Complete Guide Step by Step

DTH Combo Channels To Rs 130 Base Pack - How To Add FTA, Paid & Complete Guide Step by Step
DTH Combo Channels To Rs 130 Base Pack - How To Add FTA, Paid & Complete Guide Step by Step

Follow the steps to add paid channels to Rs 130 base pack:

Step 1. Search for Electronic Programme Guide (EPG). This will include the maximum retail price (MRP) of all the channels. mobask.com

Step 2. You can see the price of an a-la carte channel in the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG).

Step 3. If you can’t find the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG), you can find the respective prices in the Menu option of your set top boxes. soas.in

[Note: TataSky customers will not see the option, as the DTH operator is yet to start its migration.]

Step 4. All the prices will be managed by your Distribution Platform Operator (DPO), who can also offer a discount on the MRP displayed on the EPG. fun2ind.com

Step 5. If you wish to choose a bouquet of channels from a single broadcaster, like Star or Sony, you can choose the pack instead of a-la carte channels. msntarget.com

Under the new TRAI Cable TV regulations, you are allowed to choose what you wish to watch. This can either be paid channels in the form of bouquet or a-la carte or FTA (Free To Air) channels.

So, You Can Choose Any Channel Under The Rs 130 Base Pack?

While TRAI said you can add any channel you want, it comes with certain limitations. This is where the confusion is created. There are basically free to air channels, paid channels and bouquet of pay channels. Under the Rs 130 base pack, you can choose a combination of these type of channels. MsnTarGet.com

January 31 is the last date. You will have choose your pack by the TRAI deadline.

Which Paid Channels Can You Choose Under The Rs 130 Base Pack?

There has been a lot of confusion as to which paid channels you can choose as part of your Rs 130 base pack. Under the base pack, apart from the FTA (Free To Air) channels, you can choose any paid channel, and the cost keeps adding up. But do remember, that you can only add up to a total of 100 channels under the base pack. mobask.com

Now supposedly if you want to add more channels, then you will have to pay Rs 25 extra for every 20 channels, excluding their individual prices.

Do mind, that the base pack starts at Rs 130 (before taxes), which is the standard package for all the Cable TV users across the country. soas.in

Finally, if you still cannot find any pricing details, kindly visit your DTH provider’s website for the channel pricing details. Again, India’s largest DTH operator, TataSky is yet to start its migration. So, TataSky users will have to wait till the company starts to roll out new plans.

The new Cable TV rules will kick into force effective February 1st, and there is still much confusion and misinformation all around.
  • The base pack can include 100 SD channels
  • First 100 channels will cost Rs. 130 plus taxes
  • The last date to migrate to the new system is January 31
Apart from Tata Sky, pretty much all cable and DTH operators, including the likes of DishTV, Airtel Digital TV, and Hathaway, have declared the channel prices and bouquet details and established mechanisms to make it easier for the consumers to migrate to the new system. The best place to check the new system is either the consumer information channel on channel no 999 or the company websites.

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India or TRAI has once again released a press note, clarifying two crucial questions, pertaining to the new Cable TV rules. msnTarGet.com

TRAI Clarifies New Cable TV Rules: Pay Rs 130, Watch 100 Pay Channels And FTA Channels

TRAI Clarifies New Cable TV Rules: Pay Rs 130, Watch 100 Pay Channels And FTA Channels
TRAI Clarifies New Cable TV Rules: Pay Rs 130, Watch 100 Pay Channels And FTA Channels

TRAI: Pay Rs 130 And Watch 100 Pay and FTA Channels

The first most important clarification regarding the new Cable TV Regulation is that, Rs 130 plus GST is the minimum fees, which every cable or DTH consumer needs to pay.

With 18% GST, this amount comes to Rs 154, which is called ‘Network Connect Fees’, and has to be paid to the respective cable or DTH operator.

Now, after paying Rs 154 as Network Connect Fees, the consumer will be eligible to access 100 channels. MobAsk.com

These 100 channels can be FTA or Free to Air and/or Pay Channels.

In case the consumer wishes to watch more than 100 channels, then Rs 20 per 25 channels has to be paid. Once these 25 extra channels are allocated, then again, the user can choose FTA or Pay channels. soas.in

The consumer can view the MRP of these pay channels at channel 999 of their own cable network. Or, the MRP list can be downloaded here as well. Full list of FTA or Free to Air channels are available here.

TRAI has unleashed an SMS marketing campaign for the same, wherein a link has been shared which has more useful information. Fun2Ind.com

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has come out and clarified that consumers have the option to choose channels on a-la-carte basis for the base pack of 100 SD channels. According to the regulator, the consumers can either choose free-to-air channels, pay channels, bouquet of pay channels or any combination thereof for the base pack that will cost just Rs. 130 (Rs. 153.40 after taxes). TRAI came out with the latest order after the reports of confusion over which channels can be included in the base pack or whether the consumers can only choose the packs being offered by the DTH and cable operators. soas.in

Both Bundle and À la carte Options Available

In the press release, TRAI has said that most of the broadcasters and DTH operators are showcasing bundles packs and packages for the end-users: Packs for entertainment, movies, sports, etc are being shown, which has created an impression that only bundles packs are available.

Dismissing this concept, TRAI has stated that users can opt for both bundled package, and À la carte channels for their own needs. SoAs.in

TRAI said, “Now it has been noticed that several broadcasters are advertising their channels in the form of bouquets only. However customer may note that they have option to choose channels on a-la-carte also.”

TRAI has once again shared the platforms via which the information about channels and FTA can be accessed:

Personal contact by Local Cable Operator

  • Calling on Call Centre Number
  • Using Mobile: App or through DPO Website
“The maximum retail price (MRP) of a channel on a-la-carte can be viewed in the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) or Menu of their TV screens. Distribution Platform Operator (DPO) such as cable operators, DTH operators may provide discount on the MRP displayed on the EPG,” the agency added. mobask.com

TRAI noted that the consumers should choose their desired channels or packs as per the new rules before the January 31 deadline to avoid the last-minute rush. After the deadline, any consumers who have not migrated to the new packages are likely to face interruption in the services.

Hopefully, this will clear the doubts. In case you have any doubt or question regarding the new Cable TV rules, please don’t hesitate to share them right here!

How To Select TV Channels: TRAI New Recharge Rule (2019 Onwards) – After 29th December 2018 onwards, DTH new rules are implemented from the side of TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India). In this post, DTH New Rules by TRAI | TV Channels ₹130 Tariff Plans for D2H & Cable TV Explained with Channel List. Also, we will be providing the complete channel list as well in which you can see if the SD (Standard Definition) or HD (High Definition) channel rates are given.

How To Select TV Channels: TRAI New Recharge Rule (2019 Onwards)

How To Select TV Channels: TRAI New Recharge Rule (2019 Onwards)
How To Select TV Channels: TRAI New Recharge Rule (2019 Onwards)
Thus, stay tuned with us till the end. First of all, whether you are watching Sony TV, Sab TV or Zee TV, they’re not just channels. But they are big brands and companies Star India Private Limited, SONY pictures Network India private limited, Zee Entertainment Enterprise limited. msnTarGet.com

These channel companies are actually the broadcaster. They’re mainly responsible to generate the content. But, by the time content is reached to our Home Television, there must be a mediator or distributor or cable operator (all the three are one and the same thing) in between to manage these channels. So, Airtel, DTH, Tata Sky etc. are all distributors only. soas.in

Now, it takes up the channel from the broadcaster and shows the channel to us. Thereafter, the money we sent back to the distributor gets back to the broadcaster with some commission of distributor with it. Now the actual problem was that the public was not willing to watch as many channels as provided by the distributors. Thus, TRAI new rule just says – choose the channels you want to watch. Fun2Ind.com

The original problem here was that the distributor was the boss in this case. Like happened in the case of the Tata Sky. Because of some conflicts, Tata Sky completely removed off all the channels of the Sony Network. Following which, ones who paid for the same earlier were dumped in the problem.

Don’t even think that this new rule of TRAI has taken place overnight. Everything has been changed now but the procedure was seriously too long. First, on 3rd March 2017, it was published for the first time. Then after the long discussion, it was launched first time on 3rd July 2018. After that 180 days timeline was given to all the distributors and were asked to have their systems configured according to this new rule. MsnTarGet.com

Now if you count 180 days from 3rd July 2018. Then the date will be 29th December 2018. The first point of this tariff plan is that you will be getting the space of 100 channels in just 130 Indian national rupees. In other words, this is the maximum capacity of the channels you can watch in the respective space. Now after buying the space you can select the channels with your help. soas.in

There are actually two types of Channels on the television. First ones are free to air and the second one being Paid channels. Needless to say, you need not to pay for a single penny for all those channels which are Free to Air. The list of all the free channels and paid ones can be checked from the official website of TRAI easily that is – www.trai.gov.in. Full form of TRAI just to let you know is Telecom Regulatory Authority of India which is a Government agency. Fun2Ind.com

Now almost 25-26 channels space will be occupied by the DD or Doordarshan Channels (in which almost all of them are Free to Air). Remaining, you can fill the channels as per your choice. If you want to fill all the free ones, then okay and also if you’re willing to fill all the paid ones.

Here, you also need to understand the game of SD (Standard Definition) and HD (High Definition) channels. Here, if you try to fill up the HD (High Definition) channels right here. Then you will have to take care of the fact that 1 HD (High Definition) channel = 2 SD channel. Means one HD (High Definition) channel will be taking up the space of 2 SD (Standard Definition) channels in the Rs. 130 space you’ll buy. mobask.com

Apart from that, all the distributors have also got one more other option. TRAI has asked them that they can also prepare a bouquet. bouquet means, they can prepare a bunch of channels in which all their HD or SD channels can lie. In Short answer of How To Select TV Channels: TRAI New Recharge Rule (2019 Onwards) is that – you can call your DTH operators and have your channels set by them for you.

Happy New Year, everyone! What better way to celebrate than with a metric ton of new shows and movies on Netflix? That’s exactly what the streaming service has in store for this month, with a bunch of new and returning originals set to drop over the course of the next few weeks. MsnTarGet.CoM In terms of licensed content, January’s selection is highlighted by all four Indiana Jones movies, Pulp Fiction, The Dark Knight, The Departed, and Ant-Man and the Wasp. MsnTarGet.CoM

As for originals, The Punisher returns for its sophomore season (and what will likely be its last season if Netflix plans to cancel all of its Marvel shows), while Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt will wrap up its fourth and final season. (Fun2Ind.CoM) And it didn’t quite make our list, but the third season of A Series of Unfortunate Events arrives this month too.

The 10 best movies and shows coming to Netflix in January 2019

The 10 best movies and shows coming to Netflix in January 2019
The 10 best movies and shows coming to Netflix in January 2019
MsnTarGet.CoM Here are the ten best shows and movies slated to hit Netflix in the month of January:

Pan’s Labyrinth (January 1st)
Pulp Fiction (January 1st)
The Dark Knight (January 1st)
The Departed (January 1st)
Monty Python and the Holy Grail (January 2nd)
The Punisher: Season 2 (January 18th)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 4 Part 2 (January 25th) - msnTarGet.CoM
Ant-Man and the Wasp (January 29th)
Incredibles 2 (January 30th)
Now that you’ve seen the best, be sure to take a look at the rest — here’s the full list of everything that will be added to Netflix’s catalog this month. And here’s the full list of everything that will be removed from Netflix in January, in case you want to watch these shows and movies before they expire.

Finally, the list of all FTA or Free-To-Air channels is out, as shared by the broadcasters with TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India).

This list of FTA channels, which are free to air, and can be accessed by anyone having any dish is crucial, as users only need to pay Rs 130 plus GST to access them.

Besides, users of DD Free Dish can access these FTA channels as well, after paying Rs 130 plus GST.

TRAI New Cable TV Rules: How FTA Channels Will Work

Under TRAI’s new rules, a user of cable or DTH is eligible to access 100 FTA or Free to Air channels, under the base pack, wherein Rs 130 (plus GST) is charged as network connect fee.

Now, in case that customer has chosen only 60 FTA or Free to Air channels, then he or she can choose 40 more and complete the list. However, in case the user chooses pay channels, then extra amount needs to be paid, as determined by the broadcaster and the cable operator.

MsnTarGet.Com : Complete List Of 230 + Free-To-Air (FTA) Channels Under The New Cable TV Rules

Complete List Of 230 + Free-To-Air (FTA) Channels Under The New Cable TV Rules
Complete List Of 230 + Free-To-Air (FTA) Channels Under The New Cable TV Rules MsnTarGet
MsnTarGet.com : Adding extra channels would incur Rs 25 for a slab of 20 channels, as mentioned by TRAI.

Complete List Of FTA Channels By MsnTarGet.CoM

Hindi Channels

  • Dangal
  • DD India
  • DD MP
  • DD National
  • DD Rajasthan
  • DD Bharti
  • DD Kisan
  • Divyarashi
  • Gemporia Direct
  • B4U Movies
  • Cinema TV
  • Enter 10
  • Maha Movies
  • Skystar Movies
  • Wow Cinema
  • 9X Jalwa
  • B4U Music
  • Mastii
  • Music India
  • Songdew
  • ABP News
  • DD News
  • India News
  • India TV
  • JK 24 *7
  • Loksabha TV
  • News Nation
  • Rajya Sabha
  • Sudarshan News
  • Total TV
  • Aastha
  • Aastha Bhajan
  • Arihant
  • Disha TV
  • Divya TV
  • Ishwar TV
  • Jinvani
  • Mahavira TV
  • Paras Gold
  • Mahavira TV
  • Paras Gold
  • Sanskar
  • Satsang TV
  • Abzy.com
  • Homeshop 18
  • Nt 1
  • ShopCJ
  • DD Sports

Bengali Channels

  • Aakaash Aath
  • DD Bangla
  • Ruposhi Bangla
  • Dhoom Music
  • Music Faatafaati
  • Sangeet Bangla
  • Bangla Times
  • Kolkata TV
  • News Time

Malayalam Channels

  • Amrita TV
  • DD Malayalam
  • Flowers
  • Jai Hind
  • Janam TV
  • Jeevan TV
  • Kairali
  • Kappa TV
  • Kaumudi TV
  • Mazhavil Manorma
  • Mazhavil Manorma HD
  • Media One
  • We
  • Safari TV
  • Asianet News
  • Raj Musix Malayalam
  • Mangalam
  • Manorama News
  • Matrubhumi
  • People
  • Reporter
  • Raj News Malayalam
  • Darshana
  • Harvest TV
  • Power Vision TV
  • Shalom
  • Nt 3

Marathi Channels

  • DD Sahyadri
  • Maiboli
  • Fakt Marathi
  • 9X Jhakkas
  • Sangeet Marathi
  • Jai Maharashtra
  • Saam TV
  • TV9 Marathi

Kannada Channels

  • DD Chandana
  • Kasturi
  • Ayush TV
  • Saral Jeevan
  • Public Movies
  • Public Music
  • BTV News
  • Dighvijay 24 * 7 News
  • News 9
  • Public TV
  • Raj News Kannada
  • Suvarna 24 * 7 News
  • TV1 News
  • TV5 Kannada
  • TV9 Karnataka
  • Sri Sankara
  • Naaptol Kannada

Odiya Channels

  • DD Odia
  • Kalinga News
  • Kanak News
  • MBC TV
  • OTV
  • Prameya News 7

English Channels

  • 9XO
  • Al Jazeera
  • India Ahead
  • Republic TV
  • Russia TV
  • God TV
  • Goodness TV
  • Peace of Mind

Tamil Channels

  • MK Six
  • Captain TV
  • DD Podhigai
  • Imayam TV
  • Kalaignar TV
  • Malai Murasu
  • MK TV
  • Murasu
  • Peppers TV
  • Polimer TV
  • Puthu Yugam
  • Siripoli
  • Super TV
  • Thanthi TV
  • Vasanth TV
  • Vendhar TV
  • 7S Music
  • Isaiyaruvi
  • MK Tunes
  • Sahana TV
  • Captain News
  • Cauveri News
  • Kailinger Saithi
  • Lotus News
  • Makkal TV
  • News 7
  • Polimer News
  • Puthiya Thalainga
  • Sathiyam
  • Tamilan TV
  • Velichan TV
  • Angel TV
  • Madha
  • Nambikkai
  • Sai TV
  • SVBC 2
  • Win TV
  • Naaptol Tamil

Punjabi Channels

  • DD Punjabi
  • PTC Punjabi
  • Pitaara TV
  • MH1 Music
  • PTC Chakde
  • Chardikala Time
  • PTC News
  • MH1 Shraddha


Urdu Channels

  • DD Urbu
  • DD Kashir
  • Gulistan News
  • Channel Win

Gujarati Channels

  • DD Girnar
  • ABP Asmita
  • GS TV
  • Sandesh News
  • TV9 Gujarati
  • V TV

Asamese Channels

  • DD NorthEast
  • Jonack
  • Nepal One
  • Rang
  • Rengoni
  • Ramdhenu
  • Assam Talks 24
  • DY 356
  • NewsLive
  • Prag
  • Protidin Times
  • Bhojpuri
  • Anjaan TV
  • Dabang
  • DD Bihar
  • Bjojpuri Cinema
  • Shaandaar
  • Sangeet Bhojpuri

Telugu Channels

  • DD Saptagiri
  • DD Yadagiri
  • Studio One+
  • Vanitha TV
  • Raj Musix Telugu
  • 10 TV
  • 99 TV
  • ABN Andhra Jyoti
  • AP 24 *7
  • CVR English
  • CVR News
  • CVR Health
  • Hm TV
  • Mahaa News
  • Mojo TV
  • NTV News
  • Raj News Telugu
  • Sakshi TV
  • Studio N
  • T News
  • TV1
  • TV5 Telugu News
  • TV9 Telugu News
  • V6 News
  • Aradhana
  • Bhakti TV
  • CVR Spiritual
  • Divyavaani TV
  • Hindu Dharman
  • Rajumargan TV
  • Subhavaartha TV
  • SVBC
  • Naaptol Telugu
Here is the list of all FTA channels, along with Pay channels, as shared by TRAI on their website.

The telecom and broadcast regulatory body, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has passed a new mandate, capping the installation and activation charged for DTH providers at Rs 500. This new mandate states that DTH providers will not be able to charge more than Rs 350 as installation charge and not more than Rs 150 as an activation charge of the service. Contrary to this, currently DTH providers charge Rs 1,200 for installation and activation of DTH service. This charge is non-refundable, and no extra rental is charged for equipment on top of service rentals. However, after this new mandate, the service providers might levy an upfront refundable deposit and a monthly charge for equipment.

DTH Activation, Installation Cost Slashed By 58%; TataSky, Airtel, Dish Cannot Charge More Than Rs 500!

Trai Issues New Mandate for Capping Installation and Activation Charge at Rs 500 for DTH Subscribers. DTH Activation, Installation Cost Slashed By 58%; TataSky, Airtel, Dish Cannot Charge More Than Rs 500!
Trai Issues New Mandate for Capping Installation and Activation Charge at Rs 500 for DTH Subscribers. DTH Activation, Installation Cost Slashed By 58%; TataSky, Airtel, Dish Cannot Charge More Than Rs 500!
TRAI's new rules aims to help new DTH customers in India. Will this help?

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India or TRAI is indeed concerned about consumers, and this latest directive clearly proves that.

TRAI has ordered all DTH or Direct to Home providers that they cannot charge more than Rs 500 for DTH activation and installation.

How will this benefit the consumers?

TRAI Order: Rs 500 Maximum Charge For DTH Activation, Installation

TRAI’s new rules for Cable TV and DTH will be effective from December 29th, and will roll out pan-India starting January 1st, 2019.

A new rule pertaining to DTH activation and installation has been added by TRAI, which states that DTH providers in India cannot charge more than Rs 500 for the same.

While Rs 350 can be charged maximum for installation, Rs 150 for activation is the cap.

TRAI’s new order said, “A Distributor of television channels or its linked local cable operator, as the case may be, may charge an amount not exceeding rupees three hundred and fifty as a one-time installation charge.. [and] an amount not exceeding rupees one hundred as a one-time activation charge for activating the broadcasting services related to television.”

How Will This Benefit Consumers?

Currently, Rs 1200`is the normal installation and activation charges for DTH services. This is not refundable and doesn’t include any additional features or plans.

This cost includes charges for installing new wires and activating the service.

Hence, the cost for the same has now been slashed by 58%, which will directly benefit those consumers who are installing new DTH service.

However, those who have existing DTH services won’t be impacted by this new rule.

Besides, TRAI has also ruled that DTH companies cannot charge more than Rs 250 for sending technicians to solve any issue related to DTH connections.

Cost Of New Equipment – How Will DTH Firms Manage It?

Normally, the new equipment for a new DTH price costs Rs 2200 for SD connection, and Rs 2500 for HD connection. As of now, DTH companies compensate by charging Rs 1200, which is half of the amount from the customers, and the rest they pay.

But now, with TRAI forcing them to charge Rs 500 max, the issue of new equipment for DTH customers can be an issue.

There are some theories going around on this development.

Maybe, DTH providers like Airtel, Tata Sky etc can charge a security deposit of Rs 700 to Rs 1000, which means that overall, the new customer will need to pay Rs 1200 to Rs 1500, which is the norm as of now.

However, once the DTH connection is terminated, the DTH will need to return the security deposit.

Trai Issues New Mandate for Capping Installation and Activation Charge at Rs 500 for DTH Subscribers

New Capex on Activation and Installation Charges for DTH Providers

Regarding this new capex, Trai issued a clarification relating to the new tariff regime which comes into effect on December 29. The regulatory body said, “A Distributor of television channels or its linked local cable operator, as the case may be, may charge an amount not exceeding rupees three hundred and fifty as a one-time installation charge.. [and] an amount not exceeding rupees one hundred as a one-time activation charge for activating the broadcasting services related to television.”

Trai has also informed that if the consumers manage to find a set-top box which is usable with the DTH provider’s service, then they should be allowed to use the same. Expanding on this, Trai said, “It shall be permissible for every subscriber to buy a set top box of approved quality from the open market, if available, which is technically compatible with the system of the Distributor of television channels. The distributor or its linked local cable operator, as the case may be, shall not compel any subscriber to buy or take on rent the set-top box from him alone.”

New Rules for Equipment Related Charges

As per the current standards, the cost incurred by the DTH provider for equipment in an SD connection is Rs 2,200 whereas for an HD connection the fee stands at Rs 2,500. Traditionally, the DTH subscribers pay around half of this amount while the DTH providers manage the other half. With the introduction of the new tariff scheme, the most feasible way for the DTH providers will be to charge a security deposit of Rs 700-1200 on top of Rs 500 installation and activation charge. Another way that DTH providers can opt for is the selling of equipment to the subscribers for Rs 1,500-2,500.

Trai has also said that in case a subscriber disconnects from the DTH provider and notifies the DTH provider before 15 days of disconnection, then the DTH provider will have to refund the security amount within seven days of disconnection.

Apart from this, the regulator has also put a max cap on the visiting charge of service technicians to subscriber premises for carrying out repair and maintenance services. This charge has been set at a max of Rs 250 per visit.

We will keep you updated, as more details come in.

After the revolutionary pop-up selfie camera, the next generation Vivo Nex is all set bring in some of the latest innovative technologies. All set to arrive next week, the Vivo Nex 2 is getting a fresh updated look. Vivo Nex was launched in India at a price of Rs 44,990.

Aiming for a full-screen display again, the Vivo Nex 2 will come with dual displays. Similar to ZTE’s Nubia X, the upcoming Vivo Nex 2 will sport two displays for a no-notch full-screen display.

Vivo Nex 2 India Launch: Top Features, Price, Availability & More!

Vivo Nex 2 India Launch: Top Features, Price, Availability & More! Vivo Nex 2 promises dual-display and lot more exciting features. OnePlus TV to reportedly launch sometime in 2020; to be Amazon India exclusive. India will be among the first markets to get the OnePlus TV.
Vivo Nex 2 India Launch: Top Features, Price, Availability & More! Vivo Nex 2 promises dual-display and lot more exciting features. OnePlus TV to reportedly launch sometime in 2020; to be Amazon India exclusive. India will be among the first markets to get the OnePlus TV.

Top Vivo Nex 2 Features | Vivo Nex 2 Specs

As per the leaked reports, the Vivo Nex 2 specs will come with next-generation technology. Here are some of the leaked top Vivo Nex 2 features:

Dual Displays

The Vivo Nex 2 will come with two displays. The smartphone will use the rear cameras to take selfies. Yes, the smartphone will have a 5.5-inch display at the back of Vivo Nex 2 known as back screen. Users will have to use main camera to take selfies and make video calls.

Full Screen Bezel-Less Display With In-Display Fingerprint Sensor
Vivo Nex 2 will sport a 6.5-inch display with no notch. As per the rumours, the smartphone has almost no bezel width. Also, like its predecessor, the upcoming Vivo Nex 2 will have an in-display fingerprint sensor.

Circular LED Selfie Illumination

The Vivo Nex 2 will come with a special Circular LED Selfie Illumination technology. The illuminator will be used to take selfies. It has a ring-shaped LED surrounding two of the rear camera sensors. The selfie ring on Nex 2 may as a flash ring.

Liquid Cooling System

Just like the recent gaming smartphones like Honor Play, Note 9 and Poco F1, the upcoming Vivo Nex 2 will also use liquid cooling technology. It will help the system CPU run at peak speeds helping the platform to cool down whenever needed.

Triple Rear Cameras

Vivo Nex 2 will only has rear cameras and no front camera. The smartphone will have another display at the back to be used it as a selfie screen. Vivo Nex 2 has a three-sensor camera at the back, of which two will be used for selfies. The camera specs are not out yet, but are expected to same as Oppo R17 Pro.

Snapdragon 845 & 10GB RAM

A listing on a benchmarking site has confirmed that Vivo Nex 2 will come with Snapdragon 845. Under a Vivo model number V1821A, the smartphone is found with a 1.77 GHz Snapdragon 845. Surprisingly the Nex 2 will come with whopping 10GB of RAM. On Geekbench, Vivo Nex 2 achieved a 8467 multi-core score.

Android 9 Pie Out Of Box

Vivo Nex 2 will run on the latest Android version. The smartphone will come with the upgraded Funtouch OS UI running on Android 9 Pie. Users can enjoy the latest Pie and it’s features with regular system updates.

Vivo Nex 2 India Price | Vivo Nex 2 Price In India

The Vivo Nex 2 India price is expected to be around Rs 45,000. The smartphone is expected to launch in a single variant with 10GB of RAM. Vivo Nex 2 India price may fall somewhere in between OnePlus 6T and the newly launched Oppo R17 Pro.

The Vivo Nex 2 price in India will be almost similar to its Chinese pricing. Vivo Nex was launched in India for Rs 44,990. Vivo Nex 2 price in India may add up to another 5,000 rupees.

Vivo Nex 2 India Launch | Vivo Nex 2 Launch In India

The Vivo Nex 2 is being rumored to be announced on December 11. The Vivo Nex 2 India launch is expected to happen sometime later. The Vivo Nex 2 launch in India will primarily depend on the official launch of the smartphone in home market China.

Vivo Nex 2 India launch may happen during the first quarter of 2019. Vivo Nex 2 launch in India is being expected around late January or early February.

OnePlus TV to reportedly launch sometime in 2020; to be Amazon India exclusive

Vivo Nex 2 India Launch: Top Features, Price, Availability & More! Vivo Nex 2 promises dual-display and lot more exciting features. OnePlus TV to reportedly launch sometime in 2020; to be Amazon India exclusive. India will be among the first markets to get the OnePlus TV.
Vivo Nex 2 India Launch: Top Features, Price, Availability & More! Vivo Nex 2 promises dual-display and lot more exciting features. OnePlus TV to reportedly launch sometime in 2020; to be Amazon India exclusive. India will be among the first markets to get the OnePlus TV.
It’s no secret that the next product category OnePlus is targeting is smart TV. Now, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has hinted at a possible India launch timeline for the first OnePlus TV.

In a conversation with ET, Lau hinted that Indian consumers will have to wait till about 2020 to get their hands on a OnePlus TV. It’s been reported that the smart TV will be placed in the flagship category, and the company is taking its time as it wants the product to be the “best there is”.

Lau was further quoted as saying that India will be among the first markets to get the OnePlus TV, and it will be available exclusively via Amazon India. This is the not the first time we are hearing about the partnership between OnePlus and Amazon for the OnePlus TV.

In a conversation with India Today Tech, Amit Agarwal, Senior Vice President & Country Manager, Amazon India said, “Of course, the OnePlus TV will be exclusive to Amazon India when it launches.”

He added, “Television is a growing category for us and we have invested heavily in making sure that people who buy TVs from Amazon India get seamless experience. That is why we have even started ‘install on delivery’ service for TVs. We will be able to utilize all of our expertise in delivering TVs to sell the OnePlus TV whenever it launches.”

Not much is known about the upcoming OnePlus TV. But earlier this year, in a forum post, OnePlus said that the smart TV will boast a “premium flagship design” along with premium “image quality and audio experience”.

Xiaomi to Launch a New Smartphone With 48MP Camera in January 2019 - 48MP Sensor Camera Phone – Mi Mix 3S or Mi 9, Sony 48MP Sensor vs Samsung 48MP Sensor.
Tata Sky Users Can Finally Watch All 32 Channels of Sony India - TDSAT Intervened Between Tata Sky and SPN India, What’s the Issue Between Tata Sky and SPN India? ,SPN India Sought Rs 1,700 Crore for Contract Renewal.

Xiaomi New Smartphone With 48MP Camera and Tata Sky Watch All 32 Channels of Sony

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Xiaomi to Launch a New Smartphone With 48MP Camera in January 2019

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has grown in leaps and bounds in the last few years. With its really affordable and attractive pricing and competitive specifications, Xiaomi’s phones have managed to dominate the Indian smartphone market. With that being said, the company hasn’t lost its focus on innovating its phones. The brand had introduced the Xiaomi Mi MIX smartphone which made the bezel-less screens mainstream. Now, Xiaomi has teased yet another revolutionary addition to one of its line-up, a 48MP camera sensor. On top of that, Xiaomi has also announced that this phone would probably launch in January 2019.

48MP Sensor Camera Phone – Mi Mix 3S or Mi 9?

Now with phones like Galaxy Note 9, iPhone XS and Google Pixel 3 in the market right now, which also enable top class imaging capability, what the new smartphone by Xiaomi will ship in terms of imaging quality is yet to be seen.

Xiaomi President, Lin Bin took to the Chinese social media site and microblogging platform, Weibo, and shared an image of the new phone which comes with the 48MP camera sensor. On taking a closer look at the picture, we get to see a 48MP camera sensor which is paired with a dual-tone LED flash. On the side edge of the phone, we also spot the volume rockers thus confirming that this sensor makes its way on the rear side of the phone. Another thing to note is that this camera module appears to be placed on a raised section of the device, which points towards the direction of a dual or triple rear camera setup. Even Xiaomi’s global spokesperson, Donovan Sung confirmed the phone would launch in January 2019.

As per the reports surfacing online, this new phone is expected to make its way into the market in January 2019. Now the question remains whether this phone will be the successor to the Mi 8 or the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 or Mi Mix 3S. Since we know that Xiaomi has kept its Mi 7 and Mi 8 release for post-MWC slots, it is rather unlikely that the phone will be the successor to the Mi 8. On the other hand, this could mean that the phone makes its debut as a 5G version of the Mi Mix 3 or the Mi Mix 3S. Also, as we know from previous updates, the 5G phones which are slated to launch in 2019 will come with an expensive price tag and this new 48MP sensor might as well be a new addition from Xiaomi to explain the hefty pricing.

Sony 48MP Sensor vs Samsung 48MP Sensor

There are two options for the new 48MP sensor which Xiaomi seems to be implementing for its next flagship smartphone. The first contender for the spot is the Sony IMX586 camera sensor which was unveiled in July 2018, and it comes with an impressive 48MP resolution. Xiaomi has been known to use Sony IMX sensors for its flagship devices. However, now there is also another 48MP sensor from Samsung which might take the spot on the new phone. This new sensor by Samsung is the ISOCELL Bright GM1 which was unveiled back in October. Both of these camera sensors span a 1/2-inch and feature 0.8?m pixels, and they can render 12MP resolution images with a 1.6?m equivalent light sensitivity.

Unlike sensor with smaller pixels which exhibit poor light sensitivity and higher noise, Sony has asserted that images out of this new 48MP sensor will be able to boast four times dynamic range when compared to the traditional sensors. This will be possible thanks to the real-time HDR functionality and Quad Bayer Array technology. Sony’s sensors have also been claimed to be capable of shooting 4K videos at 90fps which will go well with the newly announced Snapdragon 855 processor.

Tata Sky Users Can Finally Watch All 32 Channels of Sony India

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The tussle between DTH service provider Tata Sky and Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) seems to be finally ended. Tata Sky is sending out a text message to its users stating that they can now watch all the 32 channels of Sony India, hinting at a settlement between the two parties. For the unaware, Tata Sky’s contract with SPN India ended back on July 31, 2018, after which it dropped 22 channels of Sony, retaining 11 channels. Now, Tata Sky is providing 32 channels of the Sony India, further renewing its contract. Earlier, Tata Sky subscribers had to give a missed call to the company to view the retained 11 channels, but there’s no such scheme now as all the channels are available for viewing. If you’re subscribed to a particular package of Sony channels, you can start viewing them without any additional hassle.

TDSAT Intervened Between Tata Sky and SPN India

TDSAT has entered the picture when the issue happened back then. “Tata Sky subscribers faced issues with the absence of SPN channels. “…we direct both the parties to sit across the table and try to work out a mutually acceptable negotiated agreement within a period of four weeks from today. If required the parties may seek an extension of the period,” TDSAT said in its order.

The matter has been listed for November 11 for considering the outcome of the fresh round of negotiations which the parties are to carry out in the meantime. And finally, it seems to have settled now as mentioned above. Tata Sky is pushing a message to the users as “All 32 Channels of Sony are now available on Tata Sky. Happy Viewing.”

What’s the Issue Between Tata Sky and SPN India?

Earlier in October, Tata Sky dropped 22 channels of Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) and three of TV Today Network on pricing issues. SPN’s three-year contract with Tata Sky had expired on July 31, and the two since then have been negotiating on a new pricing deal. That said, Tata Sky retained 11 channels of SPN India including popular ones such as SET, SONY SAB, SET HD, Sony Six, Sony Ten 1 and so on.

The contract tenure between SPN and Tata Sky came to an end on July 31. After the talks for a negotiated agreement did not yield any result, SPN served a notice to Tata Sky on September 7, followed by a public notice on September 10. Consequently, Tata Sky opted for an RIO-based agreement effective September 30 midnight for ten channels.

SPN India Sought Rs 1,700 Crore for Contract Renewal

This is an interesting aspect which came out. Tata Sky had pointed out that negotiations failed because the demand was for Rs 1,700 crore and that too when the right of telecasting IPL matches was no longer available with SPN as it has been won recently by another broadcaster. Under the old terms, SPN was getting Rs 800 crore approximately.

So SPN India sought more than double the amount of previous contract value and that too without the rights of IPL. For the unaware, Sony India owned the rights to broadcast IPL matches for ten years since 2008. But in September 2017, Star India pipped Sony to bag the rights for four years- 2018-2022. Having said that, there are no details available on the new contract between Sony India and Tata Sky.

Hathway has introduced a new Set-Top Box (STB) based on Android TV platform in India at a price of Rs 2,999. The all-new STB from Hathway Cable and Datacom Limited comes pre-installed with Google Play Store which means that you can install various content apps such as Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime Video to watch the content. For launching this Android TV-based STB, Hathway has directly teamed up with the search giant Google itself. Notably, this STB from Hathway comes after the interesting Hathway Ultra Smart Hub, which was a hybrid cable box. Coming to the new launch, Hathway revealed the price of the product, but it did not reveal in which markets it’s going to be made available. The product is aptly named as Hathway Playbox.

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Hathway Playbox to Come With Netflix and YouTube

The Hathway Playbox will avail Netflix, YouTube and Google Play services for the users and will give direct access for the same on the Playbox remote itself. Hathway has also claimed that subscribers will be able to enjoy a wide range of India-specific and international content with a single click. Further, the FTTH and cable provider company has also said that in the coming days it would roll out a consumer promotion campaign and will bring on board many OTT apps which would be either India specific or global OTT apps.

Hathway Playbox Allows Users to Stream Android Games

The new Hathway Playbox will also cater to gamers as well. With the Hathway Playbox, players will be able to stream Android games on their TV screens, and they will also have the option of adding other participants to the gameplay. The set top box will also allow the users to stream all the Google Play content onto the bigger screen easily.
Rajan Gupta, Managing Director of Hathway, said about this new launch, “One of the strengths of Hathway Play box is our cooperation with some of the most popular play-services. In addition to Google Play and YouTube, we are delighted that Netflix, the world’s largest streaming service will be available in Hathway Play Box at launch and that our customers can easily access their content via the button on the remote control.”
Also, Head of Android, Chrome & Play Business Development, Pranab Mookken talked about this new product, “We are pleased to be working with Hathway and look forward to leveraging their extensive broadband and cable network to enable more exciting and useful Android TV experiences for consumers.”

Ultra Smart Hub: Pairing Play Services and Liner TV

Hathway has also launched the first cable hybrid box in India by the name of Hathway Ultra Smart Hub. This cable hybrid box will pair the linear TV with Play Services in HDR quality. The subscribers will be able to enjoy the Ultra Smart Hub with an easy to use interface with Play Services. Further, the users can also customise their Smart Hub using the apps which they download from the Play store.

Hathway Playbox: Pricing and Availability

Hathway also announced the price of its first-ever STB as Rs 2,999. The STB will be available for purchase in the next couple of weeks, as mentioned by the company.

October 23, 2018 ,
5 Things to Know About Reliance Big TV’s Free One-Year DTH Offer
Reliance Big TV, yesterday announced a new DTH plan to lure the subscribers in the country. The struggling DTH arm is claiming to offer up to 500 channels which also includes HD channels free for one year. Customers across the country can pre-book a new Big TV set-top box starting today through the company’s official website.
However, do make a note that the offer can be availed depending on the stock availability. “Reliance Big TV is going to mark the beginning of a new dawn in the way Indians have been accessing entertainment on their TV sets,” director of Reliance Big TV, Vijender Singh, said in a statement. Reliance Big TV stated that the company has come up with this offer to make a mark in the Indian DTH industry and also to fulfil the Indian government’s Digital India initiative.
Under this new offer, the company will be providing its latest HD HEVC set-top box, which also offers an additional set of features such as YouTube, recording of TV shows, schedule program recording and so on. But there are some catches with this offer though, like every other offer from other companies. Here are the five things you should know about the Reliance Big TV’s free DTH service offer.
1) Customers Have to Pay an Upfront Amount of Rs 1,999 A customer who’s looking to avail this offer has to pay an upfront amount of Rs 499 while booking the STB from the company’s website. But this amount is to just confirm the booking. Once the STB arrives on your doorstep, you have to make an additional payment of Rs 1,500 on receipt. An installation charge of Rs 250 will also be applicable.
2) Free Subscription for One Year Once after you get the subscription by paying the Rs 1,999 upfront amount, customers can enjoy free DTH services for one year without any requirement of topping up the DTH account.
3) Rs 300 Per Month Starting the Second Year After the completion of one year, customers need to pay an amount of Rs 300 per month to enjoy the subscription to all channels. Do make a note that a monthly recharge should be done to get the services effectively free.
4) Recharge Rs 7,200 to Get the Refund of Rs 1,999 As stated, from the second year, customers need to recharge the STB with Rs 300 every month to enjoy the services. After continuous recharges of 24 months (two years), the company will issue a refund of Rs 1,999, which was paid at the time of purchasing the STB.
5) Cashback Will Be in the Form of Recharge Value Unlike the cashback offers run by telecom operators, Reliance Big TV will be refunding the amount of Rs 1,999 in the form of account recharge value. However, we do not have any details about how the Rs 1,999 refund will be issued- the entire amount at once or in the form of monthly value.

April 26, 2018 , , ,
TCL Launches iFFALCON Smart TVs With Dolby Digital Sound, Voice Commands and Much More
On Thursday TCL unveiled its new smart TV line-up which is going to give competition in the market to Xiaomi’s Mi LED Smart TVs. The two new TVs which were launched by the company includes the iFFALCON 55K2A and the iFFALCON F2. Both the TVs are powered by Android Nougat 7.0 and make use of its features to bring the smart features to life. The iFFALCON 55KA is a 4K UHD TV with a display measuring 55-inch. On the other hand, the iFFALCON F2 TV comes in two configurations – one with a 40-inch display which is named as the iFFALCON 40F2 and other with a 32-inch display named as the iFFALCON 32F2.
These three models will go on sale starting May 7 and will be available on Flipkart iFFALCON brand store. To bring up more and more entertaining content to their smart TVs, TCL has also partnered up with brands like Jio Digital, Netflix, Google Play Movies & TV, YouTube, ErosNow and Voot. Speaking about the pricing of the TVs which are competently priced near the Xiaomi’s Smart LED TVs the iFFALCON 55K2A will start selling at Rs 45,999, while iFFALCON 40F2 and iFFALCON 32F2 will retail at Rs 19,999 and Rs 13,499 respectively.
Specifications Firstly, the flagship model by TCL the iFFALCON 55K2A comes powered by a quad-core processor and a dual-core GPU. This chipset is accompanied by 2.56GB of RAM and 16GB inbuilt storage. The 55-inch display with Full HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution delivers an audio-visual experience of 4K UHD quality. The 55-inch flagship TV by TCL encompasses Micro Dimming technology and white LED HD backlight that takes the colour gamut up a notch and has been claimed to provide more dynamic colour contrast. The TV also packs solid performance based audio hardware with Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound and comes equipped with advanced DTS post-processing technology. There is also a smart Volume feature that automatically adjusts the volume to eliminate sudden sound fluctuations. Coming on to the smart features of the device, the TV offers functionalities like task switching, picture-in-picture, and inbuilt Google Chromecast. There is also the option of installing apps from other devices via a multiple platform sync feature.
Users can also use voice inputs in the TV to control their device as the remote of the TV ships with a dedicated voice input button to receive voice commands. The second model in the line-up, which is the TCL iFFALCON F2 also makes use of the technologies like Micro-Dimming and ships with Full HD capabilities. The TV besides coming pre-installed with Netflix also comes with wide options downloadable content from more than 500 applications. Like the iFFALCON 55K2A, this model also comes with a LED HD backlight that enhances the colour gamut and aids in delivering an audio-visual experience with dynamic contrast. Besides these, The TV comes with Dolby decoder and supports a variety of audio and video formats.
Users can also decide to operate their TV using an integrated feature called the T-Cast. The TV also boasts of some safety features like lightning protection, fast heat ventilation, and wide voltage range. The company has also claimed that the TV consumes significantly lower power and is moisture-proof.

April 12, 2018 , ,
Thomson Launches 3 Smart TV Models in India: Price, Specifications, Features
Thomson, owned by France-based Technicolor, on Thursday launched its range of smart televisions in India. The televisions – 43-inch 4K UHD HDR, 40-inch, and 32-inch – will be manufactured by Noida-based SPPL. They will go on sale in the country exclusively via Flipkart starting Friday, April 13.
The flash sale for the new Thomson televisions will start at 12pm IST. The models are affordably priced, and appear set to take budget TV players such as Micromax, Vu, and Xiaomi in the country. The 43-inch 4K UHD Thomson television, bearing model name 43TM4377, has been priced at Rs. 27,999. It sports a LG IPS panel with a 3840x2160 pixels resolution and HDR support.
The company is claiming a 178-degree viewing angle. It runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat, is powered by a 1.4GHz dual-core Cortex-A53 processor coupled with a Mali-T720 GPU and 1GB of RAM. It has 8GB of inbuilt storage. It features two 10W speakers. Ports include 1x RF input, 1x AV input, 3x HDMI ports, 1x Component port, 2x USB ports, 1x RJ45 port, 1x SPDIF port, 1x 3.5mm headphone jack, and one SD card slot. It also has Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity. The 40-inch Thomson smart TV, bearing model name 40TM4099, has been priced at Rs. 19,990. It sports a Samsung LED-backlit panel with a full-HD (1920x1080 pixels) resolution and a peak brightness of 450 nits.
The company once again claims a viewing angle of 178 degrees. It runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, and is powered by a Cortex-A53 processor coupled with a Mali T720MP2 GPU and 1GB of RAM. It has 8GB of inbuilt storage. It once again features two 10W speakers. Ports include 1x RF input, 1x AV input, 3x HDMI ports, 1x Component port, 2x USB ports, 1x RJ45 port, 1x SPDIF port, 1x 3.5mm headphone jack, and one SD card slot. It also has Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity.
Finally, the 32-inch Thomson smart TV, bearing model name 32M3277, has been priced at Rs. 13,490. It sports a Samsung LED-backlit panel with an HD (1366x768 pixels) resolution and a peak brightness of 450 nits. It is also claimed to have a 178-degree viewing angle. It runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, and is powered by a Cortex-A53 processor coupled with a Mali T720MP2 GPU and 1GB of RAM. It has 8GB of inbuilt storage. It has a total audio output of 20W. Ports include 1x RF input, 1x AV input, 3x HDMI ports, 1x Component port, 2x USB ports, 1x RJ45 port, 1x SPDIF port, 1x 3.5mm headphone jack, and one SD card slot. It also has Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity.

April 10, 2018 , ,
Reliance JioTV Web Version Pulled Down Due to ‘Technical Litigation’ Issues
Just a couple of days ago, we reported about Reliance JioTV’s web version official launch. And today, we have another interesting information about JioTV. So, if JioTV’s web version launch cheered you up, then this news will let you down. The Reliance JioTV Web Version is now pulled down and shows under construction for everyone who’s trying to access the website at the moment. This issue started since yesterday night, and since then, it just says ‘Website Under Construction.’ But actually, it’s not under construction. Reliance Jio has taken down the JioTV.com due to some ‘Technical Litigation’ issues.
We have received this information from Reliance Jio’s Priority care team. Furthermore, the priority care team added that they don’t have any estimated time on when the website will be back. On the sad note, the team also added that it might even take one year or six months or three months to come back.
We have also learnt that the reason behind taking down the website is from external sources, added the Jio Priority Care executive. We have reached out to Reliance Jio on the same issue, but yet to receive any response from them. We will update this post if we get any information from the company and the reason behind this. With the JioTV Web version, the company made it easy for millions of Indians watching content online.
That said, Jio did not face any such issues with the JioCinema web version though. Maybe the issue is because Jio is offering ‘Live TV’ service through a web version, which can also be streamed on television, either by opening the website directly or users even have the option of Google Chromecast. What’s your take on this issue? Are you disappointed with JioTV web version being pulled down? Let us know by commenting below.

April 02, 2018 ,
Xiaomi Mi TV 4C 50-inch Model With 4K HDR Display Launched at an Affordable Price
Expanding its Mi TV series range, Xiaomi launched a new Mi TV 4C model in China. The new model is the 50-inch 4K HDR TV that sits between the previously launched 43-inch and 55-inch Mi TV 4C models. The Xiaomi Mi TV 4C 50-inch will go on sale starting Tuesday, April 3 for the price of CNY 2,199 (approx Rs 22,700). Though the sale is yet to begin, the model is already open for reservation on Mi.com in China.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4C 50-inch Features and Specs The new Mi TV 4C model features ultra thin bezels and 4K HDR support. The smart TV has a 50-inch 4K Ultra High-definition (UHD) display panel with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels, and viewing angle of 178-degrees and 50Hz refresh rate. The screen has a dynamic response rate of 9.5 milliseconds and comes with direct type backlight.
The TV is powered by a 64-bit Amlogic Cortex-A53-SoC equipped with a quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz and 750MHz Mali-450 GPU. The processor is paired with 2GB of RAM, and it also has 8GB of onboard storage. The new Mi TV 4C also has two 8W speakers that support Dolby Audio and DTS-HD audio dual decoding. A standard 11-button Bluetooth based Mi Remote Control is bundled along with the package that supports gesture and voice-controlled search functionality.
For connectivity, the Mi TV 4C 50-inch model includes dual-band (2.4GHz/ 5GHz) Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth v4.2 LE alongside three HDMI ports, two USB ports, AV output, and an Ethernet port. Similar to the older Mi TV 4C series, the new 50-inch model runs the Android-based PatchWall interface. The UI is claimed to come with AI technology that predicts content preference based on user history. It also offers features such as speech recognition and unified search.
As for the video formats, the Mi TV 4C supports HDR 10, H.264, H.265, Real, MPEG1/2/4, WMV3, and VC-1. Last week, Xiaomi also launched the Mi TV 4S with a 55-inch 4K HDR display. The model debuted in China at CNY 2,999 (approximately Rs. 31,100) and had an all-metal body, a 4K panel with a direct-type backlight, 178-degree viewing angle, refresh rate of 60Hz, and 8ms dynamic response rate.

March 04, 2018 , ,
Xiaomi Mi LED Smart TV 4C 43-Inch Model to Be Priced at Rs. 27,999 in India, Mi.com Listing Tips
Xiaomi is all set to launch a new cheaper, smaller range of smart televisions in India, and it recently announced its new Mi TV series launch would be on Wednesday, March 7. Ahead of that launch, the 43-inch Mi TV 4C has been spotted listed on the company's India site, priced at Rs. 27,999. This is at least one of the models Xiaomi is expected to launch on the day, with a 32-inch model from the Mi TV 4A series also likely to makes its way to Indian shores.
Separately, Xiaomi on Saturday launched a new television in China, the 40-inch Mi TV 4A. The 43-inch Xiaomi Mi TV 4C that has been spotted on the Xiaomi India site (the listing was still live at the time of publishing) was first launched in China in October last year. Called the Mi LED Smart TV 4C in India, it was priced at CNY 1,849 (roughly Rs. 19,000), so the India price of Rs. 27,999 seen in the listing is a significant premium.
A 15-percent off label is visible on India site listing, but it is not certain if the price seen takes into account that discount, as the model is also seen as out of stock. A 55-inch model was also launched in the Mi TV 4C series, priced at CNY 2,649 (roughly Rs. 26,000). The Mi TV 4C's 43-inch model bears a full-HD display, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, a quad-core Amlogic T962 64-bit processor, and supports connectivity options like Wi-Fi 802.11ac (2.4/5 GHz dual band Wi-Fi), Bluetooth 4.2, Dolby, and DTS Audio.
The Mi TV 4C also sports a blue light-reducing mode to reduce eye strain problem. The processor on the Mi TV 4C series also supports HDR 10 and HLG. To get back to the other television expected to be announced - Xiaomi's cheapest and smallest TV yet - the 32-inch Mi TV 4A. It was launched at CNY 1,099 (roughly Rs. 11,300), and will probably be the highlight of Wednesday's launch. Now, coming to Xiaomi's Saturday launch - the Mi TV 4A 40-inch model. The model has been priced at CNY 1,699 (roughly Rs. 17,400).
It sports a 40-inch full-HD (1920x1080 pixels) display, a 64-bit Amlogic L962-H8X (1.5GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 SoC) with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, a 60Hz refresh rate, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, 2 HDMI ports, one component port, 2 USB ports, 1 Ethernet port, 1 S / PDIF port, Dolby Audio, DTS- HD audio dual decoding, 2x8W speakers, and the AI-based PatchWall UI.

March 01, 2018 ,
Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Series to Launch in India, Prices Expected to Start at Rs 12,999
Xiaomi may have just launched its first Mi TV in India last month, but the company is already preparing for another TV series launch. Xiaomi India teased the launch of a new series of its smart TV on its Twitter feed. Notably, the Chinese company received a massive response on the debut of its first Mi TV, which reportedly went out of stock within 10 seconds.
Xiaomi had introduced its Mi LED TV 4 55-inch model with 4K HDR support. The company is now said to be considering the launch of Mi TV 4A series. In China, Xiaomi the Mi TV 4A series was launched as 43-inch and 49-inch TVs with 1080p displays.
The company also unveiled the 55-inch and 65-inch 4A series with 4K HDR displays. The Chinese manufacturer also introduced a 50-inch Mi TV 4A in January this year. “Mi fans! It’s time to switch to something smarter, slimmer and sleeker. Time to #SwitchToSmart TV.
A new series coming soon!” Mi India tweeted out on Thursday. However, for Indian markets, Xiaomi is said to be planning two Mi TV 4A models only. A Twitter user Ishan Aggarwal posted the listings of official Xiaomi site Mi.com that showed two Mi TV 4A models – 32-inch and 43-inch. The listing, however, seems to be taken down now. The listing revealed the Mi TV 4 32-inch series would start as low as Rs 12999. The other TV is not named but is listed at a price of Rs 21,999.
However, the source code revealed this as the 43-inch Mi TV 4A. Based on the China launch, the 32-inch Mi TV 4A will arrive HD display sporting 1366×768 pixel resolution and 178-degree viewing angles. It is also powered by a quad-core Amlogic processor coupled with 1GB RAM and 4GB of storage. The Mi TV 4A runs on MIUI TV based on Android with PatchWall UI. Connectivity options on the model include Wi-Fi, 2 HDMI ports, AV port, a USB 2.0 port, and Ethernet. The TV model comes with two 5W speakers.
Xiaomi’s 43-inch Mi TV 4A comes with almost similar specifications as the 32-inch model except for few differences like support for Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. This model two 6W speakers along with Dolby surround sound and DTS with Bass Boost. On the connectivity front, it also has Bluetooth.

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