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Realme Smart TV vs Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro vs Motorola TV: which is the best 32-inch Android TV in India?

With Indian users getting access to cheap broadband and 4G data, and affordable subscriptions being offered by OTT platforms, smart TVs have become a popular category in the country. In fact, many smartphone brands including Xiaomi, Motorola, Nokia, OnePlus and most recently Realme, have forayed into the smart television industry in India. Brands like Xiaomi, Realme and Motorola have gone a step ahead and taken the price war to the TV segment as well.

Also read: Realme TV with Android TV OS launched in 32-inch and 43-inch sizes: price, specifications

The 32-inch segment of smart TVs is among the most popular in India, given that TVs in this size are both affordable and compact. The three aforementioned brands – Realme, Xiaomi and Motorola, all have worthy contenders in this particular bracket. Xiaomi has Mi TV 4A Pro, Realme has the Realme TV 32-inch and Motorola has Motorola TV 32-inch. Let’s find out which one of these is the right fit for your home.

Realme Smart TV vs Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro vs Motorola TV: price in India

The Realme TV starts at Rs 12,999 in India

The Realme TV starts at Rs 12,999 in India

The Realme TV and Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro are priced at Rs 12,999 and Rs 12,499 respectively, which makes them two of the most affordable smart HD TVs in India. The Motorola TV, on the other hand, is priced slightly higher at Rs 13,999. At these prices, these TVs offer excellent value for money.

The Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro can be purchased from Mi.com, Mi Home stores and Flipkart. The Realme TV will be up for grabs on Realme.com and Flipkart. The Motorola TV, on the other hand, is available exclusively on Flipkart.

Realme Smart TV vs Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro vs Motorola TV: display

As is evident from the title of this feature, all these smart televisions come with 32-inch panels. However, the TVs share a lot more than the display seize. All three TVs offer 1,366 x 768 pixels HD resolution, 60Hz refresh rates and a viewing angle of 178 degrees.

Realme TV comes with a proprietary Chroma Boost Picture Engine, which improves the picture contrast and clarity. Xiaomi’s offering features a 7th-gen imaging engine for the same. All three smart TVs come with a dedicated Gaming Mode for a lag-free gaming experience, should you choose to connect a gaming console.

Realme Smart TV vs Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro vs Motorola TV: features

 

The Mi LED TV 4A Pro offers the flexibility to choose between Android TV and Patchwall OS

The Mi LED TV 4A Pro offers the flexibility to choose between Android TV and Patchwall OS

The Realme TV is powered by a MediaTek quad-core processor with built-in ARM Cortex A53 CPU and Mali-470 MP3 GPU. The processor is accompanied by 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. The certified Android TV (with Android 9) comes with the Google Play Store and allows users to download thousands of third-party apps, including all the OTT platforms.

Speaking of apps, the TV comes with built-in YouTube, Netflix, Prime Video and Chromecast. There’s also integrated Google Assistant with a dedicated button on the remote control. The remote also comes with hotkeys for Netflix, YouTube and Prime Video.  As for audio, there are 24W quad stereo speakers with Dolby Audio.

The Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro features a quad-core Amlogic processor backed by 1GB of RAM and 8GB storage. On the software front, the TV offers users the ability to switch between Android TV or its proprietary Patchwall interface. The Patchwall interface merges content from all OTT applications and set-top boxes in one pane, with universal search for convenient viewing experience.

The Mi TV 4A Pro was updated to Android 9 in October, and now supports Netflix and Prime Video, in addition to apps like Hotstar, Zee5, YouTube and more. There’s also integrated Chromecast and Google Assistant. The Mi TV 4 Pro features a Bluetooth remote control, which let users control the set-top box as well. For audio, the TV offers 20W dual stereo speakers tuned by dts-HD.

The Motorola TV also marks the debut of brand in the TV segment

The Motorola TV marks the debut of the brand in the TV segment

The  Motorola TV is powered by a quad-core SoC backed by Mali-470 MP3 graphics, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of built-in storage. The television boots Android TV (Android 9) with Chromecast and Google Assistant baked in. The TV also comes with the standard set of built-in applications like Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video and Hotstar.

The remote control of the Motorola TV has a dedicated button for Google Assistant, as well as Netflix and YouTube hotkeys. The TV features 20W front-firing speakers with AmphiSoundX technology for accentuating the audio output.

Realme Smart TV vs Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro vs Motorola TV: connectivity

Connectivity-wise, the Realme TV offers 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, Infrared, DLNA, Bluetooth 5.0, three HDMI ports, two USB ports, SPDIF, DVB-T2 (Digital TV interface), and Ethernet. The Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro features three HDMI ports, an AV input, two USB ports, one 3.5mm audio out, and one Ethernet port. The Motorola TV comes with two HDMI, two USB ports, 3.5mm audio jack, and Ethernet.

Realme Smart TV vs Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro vs Motorola TV: verdict

All three smart TVs are pretty similar in terms of display and hardware specifications, thus making it difficult to decide which one of these is the best. Xiaomi MI TV 4A Pro offers the flexibility to choose between Android TV and Patchwall OS, giving it a slight edge if you’re content focussed. And with a price tag of Rs 12,499, it’s also the most affordable of the three.

So, there you have it. Tell which one you think is the best among these three in the comments.

Realme Smart TV vs Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro vs Motorola TV: key features

ProductKey Features
Realme TV32-inch HD 60Hz LED display, Chroma Boost Picture Engine, Android 9, 24W quad stereo speakers, Chromecast, Google Assistant, support for major OTT apps
Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Pro32-inch HD 60Hz LED display, 7th-gen imaging engine, Android 9 and Patchwall OS, 20W dual stereo speakers, Chromecast, Google Assistant, support for major OTT apps
Motorola TV32-inch HD 60Hz LED display, Android 9, 20W front firing speakers, Chromecast, Google Assistant, support for major OTT apps
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