Kodak has started new Android TVs and they will be available for purchase in India through Amazon.in or Flipkart. The company has launched six televisions under the Kodak 7xPRO series. A new 75-inch TV comes with a price mark of Rs. 99,999 and is available on Amazon.
The newly released 32-inch Kodak TV is Rs. 10,999 (32FHDX7XPRO) and the 40-inch Kodak TV(40FHDX7XPRO) is Rs 16,499. The Kodak 43-inch TV can be purchased for Rs 18,999. A 4 K Kodak TV with a screen size of 43 inches is also available. The price tag for this commodity is Rs 21,999. Go through this article to the complete review of Kodak 43FHDX7XPRO Android television.
Kodak 43FHDX7XPRO Android TV Specifications
- Brand: Kodak
- Model: 43FHDX7XPRO Android TV
- Display size: 43-inch
- Screen Type: IPS
- Resolution : 1920 X 1080 pixels
- 3D: No
- Smart TV: Yes
- Curved TV: No
- Android TV: Yes
- Brightness: Yes
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Contrast Ratio : 500000:1
- Viewing Angle: 178 Degree
- Other Features: Strong luminosity, great contrast, vibrant colors, ultra-bright display
- Speakers: 2
- Sound Output: 24 W
- Sound Mode: Standard, Movies, Sports, Users, Songs, News
- HDMI: 3
- USB: 2
- Wi-Fi: Yes
- Bluetooth: Yes
- Other connectivity features: Optical audio output, RF connectivity input, RF connectivity output
- Sleep Timer: Yes
- Smart TV Features: 1 GB RAM, 8 GB storage, Supported App- YouTube, Disney+ Hotstar, Android OS, ARM Cortex-A53 Processor
- More Features: Built-in Chromecast, AirPlay, Google Assistant, Bluetooth 5.0
Build and Design
The Kodak TV boasts a minimalist look around the sides of the frame with very thin bezels. It is a glittery plastic substance that does not look bad. It can be mounted on a wall or on a desk using the packaged stands, like most televisions. The TV is fixed in a place by a pair of silicone stalls with rubber boots.
To the surface of the TV are two USB ports and coaxial AV inputs whereas on the bottom edge are HDMI and other input-output ports. The poets aren’t difficult to navigate but I’d rather have the HDMI ports on the side screen. In this way, they will be much easier to reach by installing the TV on the wall.
A 43-inch Full HD resolution screen with 1920 x 1080 pixels and clear LED backlighting is included on the Kodak 43FHDX7XPRO. The company claims to have used an IPS screen with a brilliance of 500 nits and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. Audio output is controlled by a couple of stereo speakers at 20 watts RMS. It has 1 GB RAM and 8 GB of internal storage which is very common for budget televisions.
There is no visible lag in navigation systems. The user interface is very easy to use.
With most main foundations protected you will have a good variety of connectivity choices. It has 3 HDMI slots, 2 USB outputs, one Rj45, 2 A/V inputs, one coaxial audio source, and the optical source and output of a headset. The 43FHDX7XPRO, like all other smart TVs, has a built-in Wi-Fi b/g/n and connects to a range of 2.4 GHz. It is a quick and easy method to build and connect to the Wi-Fi network.
The Kodak 43FHDX7XPRO image quality is decent at best. The panels are bright and the angles of view are very good.
The Full HD and the 4K videos are fine on this screen. The material of 720p is nearly appropriate, but anything smaller seems to be quite pixelated. DTH HD televisions on this TV look fantastic if you look beyond flat shades of skin. However, non-HD channels look too luxurious until you plan to place them at least 2 feet apart on this screen. The optimum viewing distance is between 9 and 10 feet for a 43-inch TV.
The TV has a couple of stereo speakers which provide a total power of 20 watts of RMS. The audible quality and loudness of the inputs are good. When watching videos on YouTube and other streaming sites, it is fairly loud and clear at 40 percent volume and there is always a whisper of light. But the sound is smooth and fully bass when watching TV.
The Kodak 43FHDX7XPRO Android TV takes roughly 35 seconds to boot, which is common for Smart TVs.
Support for video file format via USB is fantastic. Any file with different common codecs, including 4K files, was played smoothly through its standard player. But with a resolution less than 1080p, the image appears pixelated. The included remote helps you to monitor the playback.
This Kodak TV includes Google play purchases as well as a third-party app store that provides you with a range of applications such as Netflix, Hotstar, Amazon Prime Movies, Sony LIV, or Voot for all big Streaming services. The YouTube app and Netflix are preinstalled on the TV.
The Kodak 43FHDX7XPRO can be acquired for Rs 18,999. The price for a 43-inch display and the range of networking options it provides is affordable and is a successful investment on a limited budget.
Kodak will add some real value to your income because of Android stock and pleasant image quality. Kodak also needs a large amount of R&D and vigorously checks on its TV items before introducing them to customers. So, you can purchase this TV if you want a smart TV on a budget, a huge screen, good image quality, and a true Android experience.