Choosing between HD Ready & Full HD LED TV

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soorajdigit

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Expensive at 26k. Again any & all small TV brands will lack service centres in small towns & cities.

This is the Panasonic TV that I told you to check earlier:
Panasonic 100cm (40 inch) Full HD LED Smart Android TV Online at best Prices In India

If you are going for smaller brands, just get the Motorola one (new model).
Considering only Moto ZX2 which as 2 GB RAM & Android TV 10, all other budget TVs seem less Value for Money & it is not available in my location. Panasonic seems the only branded option. Any other benefits of Panasonic compared to Moto?
 
Considering only Moto ZX2 which as 2 GB RAM & Android TV 10, all other budget TVs seem less Value for Money & it is not available in my location. Panasonic seems the only branded option. Any other benefits of Panasonic compared to Moto?
Other than the brand name & possible service centre locally, I doubt it has any other advantage. Tough to comment on longevity & reliability.
 

TigerKing

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Top 43-inch FHD TVs
1. Sony W672G Rs 40,910
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2. Sony W6600 Rs 38,680
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3. Sony W6603 Rs 34,990
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soorajdigit

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What is your opinion about Motorola zx2 40 inch TV? Most of the reviews in YouTube are in Hindi (I can't understand). It's main attraction is it's the only TV in Rs 20000. budget with 2 GB RAM & 16 GB Storage & Android 10 while others have 1 GB RAM & 8 GB storage only.
4K is not a priority. Not willing to spend more unless really worth.

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What is your opinion about Motorola zx2 40 inch TV? Most of the reviews in YouTube are in Hindi (I can't understand). It's main attraction is it's the only TV in Rs 20000. budget with 2 GB RAM & 16 GB Storage & Android 10 while others have 1 GB RAM & 8 GB storage only.
4K is not a priority. Not willing to spend more unless really worth.

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It seems like a great TV for 20k. If you aren't in a big city, after-sales will be an issue, in that case there's a Panasonic 40" 1080p android TV for 20k, get that. My recommendations remain the same.
 
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It seems like a great TV for 20k. If you aren't in a big city, after-sales will be an issue, in that case there's a Panasonic 40" 1080p android TV for 20k, get that. My recommendations remain the same.
I called Motorola support and asked about after sales service. Seems nearest service center is around 1.5 hours far from my location. They said that technician will visit home if needed.

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I called Motorola support and asked about after sales service. Seems nearest service center is around 1.5 hours far from my location. They said that technician will visit home if needed.

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You can then go ahead if you want, its a good TV for the price. Get extended warranty for peace of mind, IMO, usually costs ~3.5k for extra 2 years or so for such 20-25k TVs.
 
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