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Samsung Crystal 4K Neo is coming to India with best-in-segment features

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Last updated: June 20th, 2022 at 18:29 UTC+02:00

Samsung has announced a new Crystal 4K Neo TV for the Indian market, available through Samsung’s official e-shop as well as retail partners Amazon and Flipkart.

The latest Crystal 4K Neo TV has a 43-inch diagonal and takes advantage of best-in-segment features, including One Billion True Colors, HDR10+, Dolby Digital Plus, and Adaptive Sound Technology.

The TV has a bezel-less design and features built-in virtual assistants, including Google Assistant, Alexa, and Bixby. It has an Auto Game Mode, a PC Mode, and a Music Player.

Like most of Samsung’s smart TVs, the Crystal 4K Neo comes with TV Plus. The latter offers access to 55 global and local live channels for free.

When, where, and for how much (or little)?

The Crystal 4K Neo TV is coming to India for INR 35,990 ($461). As mentioned before, Samsung is launching the TV through its own e-shop, via Amazon, and on Flipkart.

Interestingly, customers buying the new Samsung TV from Amazon or Flipkart can get a bit more value for their money.

Amazon rewards its customers with a one-year membership to Amazon Prime, and Flipkart customers get a one-year membership to Disney Hotstar.

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