Infinix has expanded its IoT portfolio by launching its first-ever smart TV, called the Infinix TV X5. With two sizes available, 43- and the larger 55-inch variants. This is a certified Android TV that supports Google Play Store apps, including your favorite streaming platforms like Netflix and Disney+. Of course, it comes with Google Assistant, which allows for much easier device navigation using just your voice.
Looking at the spec sheet, the Infinix TV X5 equips a 64-bit quad-core processor (4-core Cortex A55, to be precise). This high-performance processor is responsible for the TV’s impressive stereo sound quality, stunning visuals, and other amazing performance features.
With 16-gigabytes of storage and 2-gigabytes of RAM, the TV X5 provides ample space for downloading and installing a plethora of apps and content, allowing users to fully enjoy the experience of having a smart TV at their disposal.
It boasts a modern design with a bezel-less display that immerses viewers in vibrant colors without any distracting visuals. The Full HD 1080p resolution takes things a step further, delivering crystal-clear visuals that bring every detail to life.
With dual full-range speakers and Dolby Audio, this smart TV delivers virtual surround sound and seamless connectivity with any Infinix smartphone thanks to Infinix’s InSync technology.
There’s plenty of connectivity options as well, including not one, not two, but two USB 2.0 ports and three HDMI 2.0 ports. Whether streaming your favorite movie or playing the latest video game, you’ll have plenty of options to connect your devices and enjoy all the features this smart TV has to offer.
Infinix TV X5 pricing and availability
The Infinix TV X5 43-inch model sets you back only PHP 16,999. While the 55-inch model is priced PHP 22,999.
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