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Festive Sale Season For Business Revival Post COVID19

Pricing to stabilize in the next 6 months; therefore, customer traffic is expected to be huge during the upcoming festive sale season.


LTC scheme: Consumer electronic players eye boost in festive demand

The government's LTC Cash Voucher Scheme and Rs 10,000 festival advance to its employees will provide more liquidity to the customers for spends and boost demand


Kodak HD LED TV announces revised prices for Android TVs, starts at 5999/- on Big Billion Days

Kodak HD LED TV has partnered with Flipkart for The Big Billion Days Sale and Amazon Great Indian Sale, unveiling the lowest prices for this year on the recent Android 7XPRO series, starting at Rs 10999 which is India’s most affordable android tv, the sale is between 16th and 21st October 2020.


Best TV Sets Under Rs. 30,000 in the Market Right Now

Buying a good quality product does not always have to be expensive. While LED TVs are the norm these days, there are plenty of good budget-friendly options to choose from


India’s TV makers aim to become self-reliant but over-dependence on China still a bane | Interview

If we talk about 15 years back, the trade with China was not even $2 billion and now it is over $100 billion. Things have changed accumulatively, and technology has moved out of our country.


Kodak launches new range of TV series on Android platform, ranges from Rs 10,999 to Rs 99,999

Kodak TV India launched its new range of TV series that completely runs on the Android TV platform system. The company launched seven variants of TV series under its XPro and C series and the Kodak TV new series ranges from Rs 10,999 up to Rs 99,999.


Kodak launches new Android TVs in India: Check price, features and more

Kodak has launched new Android TVs in India and they will be available for purchase via or Flipkart. The company has unveiled six TVs under the Kodak 7XPRO series. There is also a new 75-inc


Kodak launches seven new Android TVs in India - covers a broad price range

Close on the heels of announcing new investments in the country, Kodak TV India announced the launch of seven televisions under its XPRO and CA series. The Android TVs cover the entire array in terms of price range and screen sizes and goes on sale today.


Kodak Introduces 7XPRO, CA Android TV Lineup In India

Kodak has launched two new Android TVs models in India. The company has taken the wraps off the 7XPRO and the CA Android TV lineup. It is worth noting that the XPRO is an existing smart TV series by the company which has been now extended with the new model. Let's have a look at their features and pricing details in India. Read more at:


Kodak 7XPRO Series, 75-Inch 75CA9099 TVs With Google Assistant Launched in India

Kodak has announced a new series of Android TV models called 7XPRO series and a new addition to its CA series. The 7XPRO series comes with six TV models ranging from 32-inch to 55-inch while the new CA series model comes with a 75-inch screen size that adds to the other CA series models released in March. The 7XPRO series is aimed at the budget market offering decent value for money options while the 75-inch CA series (75CA9099) TV is a high-end model that comes with features like built-in Chromecast and a much higher price tag.


Kodak launches Android smart TV series launched in India, prices start at Rs 10,999

Kodak 7XPRO TV series has been launched in India and the line-up includes six variants —32-inch (HD), 40-inch (full HD), 43-inch (full HD and 4K), 50-inch (Ultra HD) and 55-inch (Ultra HD). These come with built-in Chromecast support, a near-bezel-less design, Google Assistant, and 24W speakers for the enhanced audio experience. Kodak smart TVs have support for 500 apps and games. The remote control has dedicated hotkeys for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and Google Play Store. Separately, Kodak also introduced the CA 75 4K Android TV. The new TVs will be available from Aug 6th, 2020.


Kodak TV India to invest Rs 500 cr for new plant in UP

Kodak TV India on Tuesday announced that it would invest more than Rs 500 crore in the next three years to set up a fully automated TV manufacturing plant at Hapur in Uttar Pradesh.


Kodak TV to invest Rs 500 crore in a fully-automated TV manufacturing plant

"The new normal for manufacturing is automation and AI technology to ensure less human intervention. You will now see more robotic lines to improve accuracy and reduce the scare of the infection spreading," said Kodak CEO Avneet Singh Marwah


Kodak launches new Android TV starting at Rs 10,999

Expanding its smart TV lineup, Kodak TV India has announced its new XPRO and CA series of Android Tvs