Kodak CA Pro Android TV Series With 40W Sound Output Launched in India, Available via Flipkart


Kodak CA Pro Android TV Series has been launched in India. The new CA Pro range comes in 43-inch and 50-inch display sizes. The TVs run on Android 10 and come with Google Assistant support. The new Kodak CA Pro series features a 4K Ultra-HD display and comes with 40W sound output. The models offer Dolby MS12 and DTS TruSurround features, dual-band Wi-Fi to support 5GHz internet bandwidth, and a metallic design with slim bezels. Kodak TVs come with inbuilt apps like YouTube Learning and Google Classroom.

Kodak CA Pro Series Price in India, Availability

New kodak ca pro The series is priced in India at Rs. 27,999 for the 43-inch model and Rs. 33,999 for 50-inch model. The sale of the new TV range will start from October 28 during the Flipkart Big Diwali Sale. Early access will be offered to Flipkart Plus users from midnight. At the time of writing, the TVs were listed Feather Flipkart As in ‘sold out’. Launch offers on Flipkart include 10 percent off on SBI Bank debit and credit cards.

Kodak CA Pro Series Features, Specifications

As mentioned, the Kodak CA Pro Android TV range comes in two display sizes- 43-inch and 50-inch. It runs on Android 10 and features a 4K Ultra-HD display. The CA Pro Series is powered by an ARM Cortex A53 processor and supports USB 2.0, HDMI 3 (ARC, CEC), dual-band Wi-Fi for 5GHz internet bandwidth, and Bluetooth v5. The new TV range also supports Chromecast.

The Kodak CA Pro series has 40W sound output, supports Dolby Audio, and offers additional device support for speakers, headphones, game controllers, mouse, and keyboard. It also comes with support for Dolby MS12 and DTS TruSurround. The TV range sports a bezel-less design and a metallic frame.

The company claims that the new Kodak TVs support over 6,000 apps and games like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar, ZEE5, Sony Liv and more. It also provides access to the Google Play store. The remote control comes with dedicated hotkeys for Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube and Google Play.

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