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Daiwa 4K smart TV gets smarter with LG’s WebOS TV

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08 July 2021 / 12:20IST

Smart TV’s are getting more intelligent, and Daiwa’s new TV is one such product. It learns your viewing habits and generates personalised recommendations for the content you watch on OTT apps. Daiwa also claims that its new D50U1WOS is the first 4K TV running LG's webOS TV, aside from LG itself. It supports Multi HDR and a 60Hz refresh rate on low latency modes to provide seamless gaming and cinema experience. If using a remote is too mainstream, you can control the TV using your iPhone or Android smartphone. You will need to install the LG ThinQ app first to get that capability. Powering all this is an ARM CA55 1.1GHz quad-core processor with 8GB internal storage, and 1.5GB RAM so you can avoid the lag and buffer when using a browser on most smart TVs. The flagship 50-inch model, with its 96% screen-to-body ratio, is now available in India with a price tag of ₹43,990.

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