India’s newly launched TV set, the world’s first such device, was launched on Monday with a price tag of $5,- a price that is more than double the cost of an Apple TV set.
The new TV set comes with a 5.2-inch LCD panel, which is larger than the 4.9-inch Apple TV that is the world leader in price.
The 5.20-inch panel on the new TV comes in two sizes, which make it smaller and more affordable than the Apple TV and the Samsung Smart TV.
It has an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera.
The TV is powered by a quad-core processor, which offers 1.5GB of RAM and 512MB of storage, along with a 32GB microSD card slot.
It is one of the first Indian TVs to be priced below $1,000.
It can be purchased in five sizes: standard, basic, large, and extra-large.
The set comes in a variety of colours and sizes.
The first-of-its-kind device was launched in September by Flipkart, the Indian e-commerce giant, and Amazon, which makes the Prime subscription video streaming service.
The new device costs $1,- and it can be bought in five colours: red, blue, yellow, green and black.
It is one the first TV sets to be powered by the Amazon Prime subscription service, which lets subscribers stream content from its own video streaming services.
India has over a billion TV sets and is in the process of introducing a national TV broadcasting standard, which will see the country get rid of the current outdated system of government control over television.
The government is also set to start making India’s public broadcasters free to compete against foreign competitors.