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Syinix to Launch its First Android TV in Ghana and Nigeria

Syinix is set to launch its first Android TV in Ghana and Nigeria this month. The Syinix Android TV features a frameless design, offering a greater field of vision. The TV will be sold in a wide range of sizes ranging from 32″ to 75″ to cater to the diverse needs for large screens.

The TV has 4K Ultra HD Resolution. It also has improved image processing with HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, enabling users to see richer and more realistic colours.The TV is equipped with immersive 5.1 Surround sound with a Dolby decoder that optimizes its sound quality for a seamless entertainment experience that allows consumers to immerse themselves in their content of choice.Syinix Smart Android TV is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0, which works with many Bluetooth devices such as soundbars, speakers, or a keyboard and mouse to control, and increase the ease of connection.

Android TV allows users to access content from a variety of platforms, and for them to connect their TV to wide range of smart devices within their home in a more user-friendly way.

With Chromecast built-in, the Syinix Android TV can act as the second screen of a consumer’s mobile phone, to easily cast their favourite movies, music, photos and more to their TV.

“Driven by the brand philosophy of ‘Starting Smart Life’, our goal is to empower customers to modernize and streamline the efficiency of their life at home. We respect our customers’ mandates that we always strive to provide the best possible value for our customers at an achievable price. Through our collaboration with Google, we believe it will further elevate the utility of our smart devices, and in turn, give our customers more power to enjoy their family life in a smarter way,” says the tech company in a statement.

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