InFocus, is one of the leading Mobile manufacturing company based in American. In recent months InFocus gained lots of popularity with their budget-friendly smartphones. InFocus already have launched a range of Budget Smartphones few months back.
Now InFocus had launched LED TV's at affordable price. The new range of LED TVs from InFocus includes a 24-inch HD LED TV priced at Rs. 9,999; a 32-inch LED HD TV at Rs. 15,999; a 50-inch full-HD LED TV at Rs. 34,999, and a 60-inch full-HD LED TV at Rs. 69,999. The company announced Snapdeal as the exclusive e-commerce partner for its new range of LED TVs in India and it will be available from Monday.
In collaboration with Snapdeal, InFocus hope to not only launch TVs, but to also launch a service that would provide a “Free Demo at Home”. They claim they’re doing this to revolutionise the online shopping experience. The TVs, like the phones, will be manufactured by Foxconn.
Sachin Thapar, Country head, InFocus India said, “We have used the best display panels in our LED TVs; which ensures that the viewing experience is at par with what any global player can offer, in this category. In fact our 60-inch Full HD LED TV comes with Japan-Made Sharp panel.” Sharp, which was recently acquired by Foxconn, is known for producing world class panels.
Sachin Thapar, Country Head, InFocus India said, "We have completed a year in India and we are humbled by the consumer response which makes us a 10 lakh plus family in India. As a gratitude to our growing customer base, we are excited to announce our new range of LED TVs for the Indian consumers. We have used the best display panels in our LED TVs; which ensures that the viewing experience is at par with what any global player can offer, in this category. In fact our 60" Full HD LED TV comes with Japan-Made Sharp panel, which is known for producing the best picture quality and is most reliable. This gives us the confidence to launch the TVs with first-of-its kind initiative- 'Free demo at Home' as I want customers to experience the unbeatable picture quality and viewing experience, before they even decide to purchase."