Vu Glo LED television series has been launched in India with a starting price of Rs. 35,999. The Vu Glo LED Ultra-HD HDR TV range is available in three sizes – 50, 55 and 65 inches – and supports HDR up to the Dolby Vision format on the Ultra-HD (3840×2160 pixel) display panels. Vu states that the television range features the ‘Glo’ display panel, an LED panel with various enhancements using the company’s proprietary technology, which is said to improve picture quality.
Vu Glo LED TV Series Price and Availability
The Vu Glo LED TV series costs Rs. 35,999 for the 50-inch variant, Rs. 40,999 for the 55-inch option, and Rs. 60,999 for the 65-inch option. In addition, a 43-inch variant is expected in the coming weeks. All three televisions in the range have Ultra-HD (3840×2160 pixels) LED screens and largely identical specifications.
All three current size options are now available for purchase through Flipkart. Additional bank offers can be applied for further discounts on the price, with deliveries and shipments expected to begin in the coming days.
Vu Glo LED TV Series Specifications and Features
As mentioned, all televisions in the Vu Glo LED TV series have Ultra-HD LED screens, although Vu calls the display a “Glo” panel. This is said to include proprietary technology and image enhancements, with a dedicated AI Glo image processor. The television has a nominal brightness of 400 nits and a sound system with a built-in subwoofer with a nominal power of 104W.
The television offering runs on Android TV software, with the new and improved Google TV user interface on top. Vu joins a handful of brands offering products with the Google TV UI in India, which offers significantly improved performance and features over the older Android TV UI.
The Vu Glo LED TV has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage for apps and app data, along with features such as hands-free access to Google Assistant, an advanced cricket mode to optimize the cricket viewing experience, and an ambient light sensor to adjust brightness according to the light in the viewing room. There’s also support for high dynamic range Dolby Vision and HDR10 formats, as well as game features like variable refresh rate and low latency auto mode.