Sony 32W830 Smart Android LED TV launched in India, priced at Rs. 31,900. The TV is among the most feature-rich in the 32-inch segment in India, with Android TV software, support for Google Assistant, and HDR support for HDR10 and HLG formats, but it doesn’t come cheap. Sony’s 32-inch TV is also among the most expensive for its size in the country and will be available to buy from all Sony distribution channels, including major online and offline retailers, as well as retail stores. Exclusive to Sony Center, from April 15 onwards.
The TV is priced pretty high for a 32-inch TV, with 43-inch and 50-inch Ultra-HD TVs from competing brands like AmazonBasics and Vu available for less than Rs. Sony 31,900 starting price 32W830. However, Sony will hope to win over buyers with its reputation and promise of reliability, as well as its sales and after-sales networks in India. This is, on paper, one of the best-equipped 32-inch TVs you can buy right now.
Sony 32W830 Smart Android TV Specs and Features
Sony’s 32W830 smart LED TV runs an unspecified version of Android TV, like the rest of Sony’s range of smart TVs. There is also support for Google Assistant, via a voice remote included with the TV, as well as via any linked smart speaker for hands-free controls. The TV has a screen resolution of 1366×768 pixels and also has Google Chromecast built-in for streaming from compatible devices.
HDR support for the Sony 32W830 is also mentioned, even though it is a 32-inch HD ready TV. HDR10 and HLG formats are supported on the level of processing and compatibility, but the screen will of course not be able to display the output in these formats, similar to the Realme Smart TV which was launched in 2020. The TV also supports a signal up to 60 Hz in full high definition.
There are three HDMI ports, two USB ports, 3.5mm audio out, and Bluetooth 4.2 for wireless audio connectivity as well. HDMI ARC is supported and the TV has a nominal 20W audio output from its stereo speaker system. There’s 16GB of internal storage for apps and app data, and Sony’s X-Reality Pro image processing technology.