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Sharp launches two 4K resolution Android TVs with 1-for-1 exchange assurance

By Liu Hongzuo - on 30 Dec 2021, 2:29pm

Sharp launches two 4K resolution Android TVs with 1-for-1 exchange assurance

Sharp 4T-C70DL1X.

If you’re in the market for a big Android TV with 4K resolution, Sharp has two new Aquos The Scenes 4K TV models up for grabs - the 4T-C70DL1X and 4T-C60DL1X.

These TVs come with 4K resolution on Sharp’s patented UV2A displays, which are made in Japan and calibrated for sharpness and clarity (just like its brand name).

New features included are a brand new X4 Revelation processor with faster CPU performance (by 147%) and quicker graphics (up to 10x) when compared to its older X4 Master Engine Pro II. The new chipset also supports smoother gameplay for the latest gaming consoles with the help of ALLM/VRR, and has compatibility with HDMI 2.1 specifications.

Sharp 4T-C60DL1X.

As a 4K resolution TV, it also packs a series of features to help users easily enjoy 4K content on their favourite streaming services. These TVs have Android TV 11 and built-in Google Play Store access, support for Google Chromecast, and screen mirroring support with PCs. Basically, your YouTube, Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, and other VOD services are seamlessly compatible with the new Sharp displays.

Another feature is the Aquos 4K Contents Downloader, which uses Google Drive to put up 4K videos shot on smartphones. These TVs also have Comfort Mode, reducing blue light emission for more comfortable, prolonged viewing.

As their names imply, the 4T-C70DL1X (S$2,999) sits at 70 inches, while the 4T-C60DL1X (S$2,039) is the 60-inch alternative. Both are available at Sharp’s authorised retailers across Singapore. 

Sharp is also very confident of the quality of these two TV models. It's offering customers in Singapore 1-to-1 panel exchange for these TVs, aiming to provide assurance to users within the next three years of their purchase.

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