5 Most Expensive Smart TVs In India

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Samsung “The Wall” Micro LED TV  ( unconfirmed Rs 3.5-12 crores) Last year, Samsung brought its most expensive products to our shores, in the form of its “The Wall” series. As the name suggests, displays in this range boast of an impressive QLED display, a micro-LED display in three sizes - 146, 219, and 292 inches, with 4K, 6K, and 8K resolutions. While we couldn’t find the prices on Samsung’s official website, reports suggest that the range starts from Rs 3.5 crore and goes all the way up to Rs 12 crore (imported).

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LG UH9809 (unconfirmed Rs 1 crore) The LG UH9809, priced around Rs 1 crore (unconfirmed), gained worldwide attention as the first-ever 8K TV. It features LG’s WebOS 3.0 system and MHL support, capable of producing up to 120 frames per second. Packing a massive 98-inch display with 8K resolution and 48-bit colour depth, it made its debut at CES 2016 with a retail price of approximately 1 crore.

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Samsung UN105S9 Curved 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV ( unconfirmed Rs 89 lakhs) Samsung's UN105S9 Curved 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV, comes with an unconfirmed price of Rs 89 lakhs and boasts a massive 105-inch screen. The TV offers a 4K resolution and packs features such as noise reduction, detail enhancement, signal analysis, and automatic depth analysis.

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LG Signature OLED R 65 Rollable 4K Smart TV (Rs 79.99 lakhs) LG's Signature OLED R 65 Rollable 4K Smart TV, priced at Rs 79.99 lakhs, introduces an interesting design where the OLED panel unrolls and extends from its base. As expected, it gets three different modes—Full View, Line View, and Zero View, along with features like integrated 3D technology, Dolby Atmos spatial sound, and more.

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Beovision Harmony 2020 OLED 8K Display (Rs 27 lakhs) Built around LG Electronics' 2020 OLED 8k display, this panel packs four times the pixels of a 4K UHD screen and 16 times more than HDTV, it utilizes the LG Alpha 9 Gen 3 AI processor for superior image quality. The three-channel sound system includes a built-in dual subwoofer and can connect to up to eight wireless Beolab speakers, creating a 7.1 surround sound system.

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