Top 32 inch Smart TVs under Rs 15,000 in India | 2018 Best Gadgetry

Which is the best 32 inch Smart TV under 15000 in India?

Looking for a good television under Rs 15,000 can be challenging. Nonetheless, we’ve managed to compile a list of the top 32 inch Smart LED TV under Rs 15,000 for this month in India (only decent brands). While you won’t get an LG or a Samsung, Micromax and Vu can be considered decent brands in this budget.

Why only Smart TVs? Because you’re getting the same features as a non-smart TV along with added capabilities. If you need one without smart features, you can look for TVs under Rs 12,000.

Also, Micromax has listed several TV models with practically no difference. We’ve picked the cheapest ones and posted it here. Also, check the best LED TV under Rs 20,000 in India. So here goes the list of best 32 inch Smart TVs under 15k.

These are the best 32 inch Smart TV under Rs 15,000 in India (2018):

 

Mi 4C Pro LED TV

Mi 4C Pro

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 80cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    N/A
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    3.9kg
Pros and Cons
  • Android TV
  • Audio

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Vu 32D6475 Smart TV

best tv under 20000 - Vu T32S66

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 80cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB, Ethernet, WiFi
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    N/A
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2017
  • Weight
    4kg
Pros and Cons

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Micromax 32 Canvas 3

Micromax 32 Canvas 3

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 81cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    No
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    250 nits
  • Audio
    12W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    5.3kg
Pros and Cons
  • Audio

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Kodak 32HDXSMART TV

best tv under 15000 - Kodak 32HDXSMART

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 80cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • Ports
    2 x HDMI, 2 x USB, Ethernet, WiFi
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    250 nits
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2016
  • Weight
    4.5kg
Pros and Cons
  • Brightness

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Mi 4A LED TV

best tv under 15000 - Mi 4A

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 80cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    280nits
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    3.9kg
Pros and Cons
  • Audio

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TCL 32S62S LED TV

best led tv under 15000 - TCL L32D2900

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 81cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    N/A
  • Audio
    5W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    N/A
Pros and Cons
  • Audio

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iFFALCON 32F2A LED TV

iFFALCON 32F2A

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 80cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • Ports
    2 x HDMI, 1 x USB
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    280 nits
  • Audio
    8W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    3.9kg
Pros and Cons
  • Android TV
  • Ports

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MarQ 32HSHD LED TV

MarQ 32HSHD

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 80cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    200 nits
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    4.3
Pros and Cons
  • Audio
  • Brightness

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Thomson 32M3277 LED TV

Thomson 32M3277

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 80cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    450 nits
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    N/A
Pros and Cons
  • Brightness

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iFFALCON 32F2 LED TV

iFFALCON 32F2

  • Display
    HD Ready, 1366 x 768, 80cm (32) LED
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    N/A
  • Audio
    5W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    N/A
Pros and Cons
  • Audio

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About the brands:

Chances are you’ve never heard about half these brands ever, making it difficult to put your trust in one before making the purchase. While we can’t vouch for the quality, here’s a quick overview of the less known ones.

Vu: An Indian brand that started its operations a couple of years back when they launched their products on Flipkart. Since then, the television maker has sold millions of TVs across different sizes and have gained the trust of Indians. The reviews on Flipkart speak for themselves.

TCL: TCL is a well known Chinese brand that sells its products in countries like the US and in Europe. At least their top of the line televisions are often praised by leading tech journalists on sites like Engadget and CNET.

Marq: Marq is Flipkart’s own brand of home appliances. While the brand is relatively new and chances are that much of the stuff they sell is imported from China or assembled locally, the reliability of the Flipkart brand name adds credence to this brand.

iFFALCON: Chinese brand that was spun off from TCL a few years ago. Tencent has a major holding in the company. Also, it still makes components for TCL

Thomson: French brand owned by Technicolor SA. Not a new player, but new to India for sure. Although, the TVs sold by them in India are manufactured by local players (Super Plastronics) and they license their brand to these players.

Mi: Xiaomi needs no introductions. The well known Chinese brand has created a huge market for itself in the smartphone segment, but they also make tons of other electronics, TVs being one of them.

Kodak: You know the brand, but did you know it’s been licensed by Noida-based Super Plastronics? Well, you know now. Just so you know, originally, Kodak has never sold televisions.

Cloudwalker: Indian startup (it’s good to see Indian companies giving competition to Chinese players) running its operations from Mumbai. Hey, go check their reviews too. We think they make decent TVs.