World's first QLED TV with a gamepad, Motorola Revou-Q premium TV launched
The Motorola Revou-Q premium TV is equipped with the latest Android 11.0, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, HDR10 support, AutotuneX technology and 60W Speakers.
Flipkart today announced the launch of the world's first QLED TV with a gamepad, the Motorola Revou-Q premium TV range, ahead of The Big Billion Days sale. The Motorola Revou-Q premium TV is equipped with a wireless gamepad, something that gamers may find interesting. The Motorola Revou-Q range is offered in 50” and 55” variants starting at Rs.49,999.
The Motorola Revou-Q series is powered by Android 11.0 and is equipped with superior QLED technology, Dolby Vision and 60W speakers.
The Motorola Revou-Q Android Smart TV range features Dolby vision with HDR10 support powered by AutoTuneX technology that will optimize the brightness, color scales and contrast. Gamers can expect a seamless experience, the company claims,
Motorola Revou-Q TVs comes with features such as a powerful Realtek Quad-core processor and Advanced G31 MC2 GPU, HDMI 2.1 port for connectivity, MEMC technology and a wireless gamepad.
Featuring 60W Speakers with Dolby Atmos support, the Motorola Revou-Q provides 360-degree surround sound that will provide a theatre-like experience at home. It is powered by the intuitive UI of the latest Android 11.0 that supports over 7000 apps, including Google Duo, for meetings and enable custom viewing recommendations.
Prashanth Mani, Executive Director, Motorola Asia Pacific, said, “The Motorola Revou-Q gaming QLED TV addresses the growing need of consumers for an exceptional home entertainment and gaming experience.”
Hari G. Kumar, Vice President, Large Appliances at Flipkart, said, “We are excited to strengthen our collaboration with Motorola by introducing the world's first QLED TV with a gamepad. These products are crafted to suit the evolving requirements of Indian consumers and are built to provide them with an immersive home entertainment and gaming experience.”
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