Singapore’s PRISM+ Launches New 4K Android Smart TVs

Posted on 22nd October, 2020

Singapore’s PRISM+ Launches New 4K Android Smart TVs

Singapore's own and much-loved consumer tech company, PRISM+ has today announced its series of affordable Android TVs including a premium 55-inch model that will sell for just S$699.

PRISM+ disrupted the market last year with its launch, and this year's models, which also includes a 65-inch version for S$999 and a 75-inch version for just S$1,599 are sure to be popular.

For just a young company, PRISM+ landed firmly on the global map with its first releases. As consumers are staying at home more than ever throughout the pandemic, the company has enjoyed massive growth.

PRISM+ Q Series Android TVs operate on the Android TV 9.0 OS, which gives consumers access to the Google Play Store and over 7,000 compatible apps. The range also features Google Chromecast and Google Assistant built-in. You can simply use your voice to make the TV perform certain functions such as changing channels and at the same time, control home devices such as dimming the lights in the living room.

Jon Ng, Head of Sales & Operations of PRISM+, told StereoNET Asia:

With more time being spent at home, many consumers are looking to level up their on-screen entertainment but are not willing to splurge on Android TVs. As the availability of Android TVs have increased significantly, we can now offer industry-standard Android TVs at a lower price point to cater to such consumers.

The three models in the Q Series 4K UHD Android Smart TV range are compatible with HDR10 and Dolby Vision, and also have built-in Bluetooth capability. They also support Dolby Audio, DTS TruSurround, and have a built-in Digital TV tuner.

Available from today, the 55-inch (S$699), 65-inch (S$999), and 75-inch (S$1,599) models can be purchased directly from the Prism+ website.

For more information visit Prism+


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