Mi tv vs Oneplus tv vs Kodak tv

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abhigeek
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This is another option but the Kodak one seems good as well. Hope you are in a city which has a service centre for such small brands. If Vu 4K 43" comes back in stock at 26k, get that. That used to be the go-to recommendation for the price.

Since you have the budget, get 4K IMO. It will get mainstream soon, so your TV will be ready for it.
Thank you for a recommendation.
 

Dr. House

No Regrets
Why VU Premium TVs suddenly become out of stock in flipkart from a month or so. I remember 55" 4K HDR android TV form VU was 32k on flipkart when it was launched like 8 months ago.
 

Zangetsu

I am the master of my Fate.
Why VU Premium TVs suddenly become out of stock in flipkart from a month or so. I remember 55" 4K HDR android TV form VU was 32k on flipkart when it was launched like 8 months ago.
Yes they are OOS. Will have to call their customer care for stock arrival details.
 

Dr. House

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Why ? I love mine. Has really good picture quality. Smart features also work great.
Which model do you have? All models I have seen of MI TV are pathetic. Poor colours, contrast, blacks look grey. Skin ton looks like zombie.

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Why VU Premium TVs suddenly become out of stock in flipkart from a month or so. I remember 55" 4K HDR android TV form VU was 32k on flipkart when it was launched like 8 months ago.
High demand & low supplies. Maybe HiSense's entry into India is creating supply issues for Vu who used to buy a lot of stuff from them. Vu 4K TVs have been OOS for months now, esp 43" model at 25k.
 
Why ? I love mine. Has really good picture quality. Smart features also work great.
See, if you never looked at something better, you will not see the difference at all, but Mi TVs generally have the dimmest display in the price segment. Once upon a time they sold 220 nit panels, not sure how better it is now, but they spoiled their reputation among tech-savvy people who are not recommending it.
 

Dr. House

No Regrets
High demand & low supplies. Maybe HiSense's entry into India is creating supply issues for Vu who used to buy a lot of stuff from them. Vu 4K TVs have been OOS for months now, esp 43" model at 25k.
HiSense 4K HDR 55" is out of stock in my region, priced 38k (6k more than VU 55") and with just one year warranty. I heard they launched with 5 years warranty initially. I can't trust HiSense, it's very new brand here in India.
 

Dr. House

No Regrets
See, if you never looked at something better, you will not see the difference at all, but Mi TVs generally have the dimmest display in the price segment. Once upon a time they sold 220 nit panels, not sure how better it is now, but they spoiled their reputation among tech-savvy people who are not recommending it.
Yeah usually MI TV users are not at all tech savy. They are happy to get a cheap TV for the price they pay for. Also MI has become trusted brand for masses so they are selling such TVs for this price range.
 

cute.bandar

Cyborg Agent
See, if you never looked at something better, you will not see the difference at all, but Mi TVs generally have the dimmest display in the price segment.
Current TV are not dim at all! Have even got a "you keep your TV too bright" comment. I have looked at other tv, a couple of sony models. This TV has also received several "great picture quality" comments. The only possibility is that the "adaptive brightness" feature. It does make things a bit dim, especially in dark scenes when the room is well lit.. but that can always be turned off.
Its smart features work very well. on par with mi-box (minus the 2.4G wifi). But good enough that I stopped using it.
 
HiSense 4K HDR 55" is out of stock in my region, priced 38k (6k more than VU 55") and with just one year warranty. I heard they launched with 5 years warranty initially. I can't trust HiSense, it's very new brand here in India.
HiSense is a big brand globally in terms of sales, last year they were 4th:
TV manufacturers: LCD TV market share worldwide 2018 | Statista

After sales might be an issue initially but I doubt their TVs will have very high failure rates like totally new brands. I don't know why TCL doesn't have well priced TVs in India, they are the go to budget option in the US & their TVs are good as well.
 
Current TV are not dim at all! Have even got a "you keep your TV too bright" comment. I have looked at other tv, a couple of sony models. This TV has also received several "great picture quality" comments. The only possibility is that the "adaptive brightness" feature. It does make things a bit dim, especially in dark scenes when the room is well lit.. but that can always be turned off.
Its smart features work very well. on par with mi-box (minus the 2.4G wifi). But good enough that I stopped using it.
Most people with 300-400nit TVs surely don't run it at max brightness all the times, but considering HDR, you do need a high peak brightness for a good experience. Others just are better than Mi.

I personally use my 250 nit monitor at 70% brightness setting during day & 0% at night (not sure how much 0% is in terms of nits).
 

RumbaMon19

Feel Pain.
Yeah usually MI TV users are not at all tech savy. They are happy to get a cheap TV for the price they pay for. Also MI has become trusted brand for masses so they are selling such TVs for this price range.

IMO, Mi is good for Budget Phones, When it comes to TV's, Only fenbois(Pronounce it that way) Or those who think Mi is best, Buy it.

Now Mi is launching 4K and 8k panels worth 100K and 500k respectively, If one has that high budget, Other good and reliable brands like LG and sony should be considered. But due to paid reviews, and yes Fenbois, They will be bought.
 
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