Buying a TV under 25,000 is a tougher task than buying a cheaper or a costlier variant. The offerings are so versatile that you may wonder whether you were being ripped off or are you getting the best deal? Depending on the brand and model you can find different products with great features and power-packed performance within the 25k range. Based on our ratings, here are the best TVs you can buy in India for less than Rs 25000 in 2018. This list of the top TVs available in India is updated every time a new laptop is launched, and the prices and pictures are updated as and when they change.
The VU (32D6545) Full HD TV is a steal for the price, considering the specs and performance. The design is decent, nothing out of the park. However, the VU (32D6545) Full HD TV sets itself apart from its competitors with the stunning display quality. The Full HD Panel with 1920 x 1080 resolution along with 1:1 pixel mapping processor ensurescrystal clear picture quality. The mapping processor ensures that the resolution quality is auto adjusted depending on the source material. Even though the speaker RMS output is 16W, the audio quality is a letdown.
Yes, you read it right. There is a smart TV with full HD LED display by Samsung under 25K. You can thank us later. The TV comes with a 1920 x 1080 and a refresh rate of 50 HZ which may seem a little less. However, with the clean view the display quality is enhanced and so are the colour & contrast. The mirroring technology can be quite useful for users who connect their mobile devices to the TV. Users can also choose to get only sound on their mobiles via Bluetooth. There is a one-year comprehensive warranty and additional one year for the panel.
The Canvas – S from Micromax is one of the moderate budget smart TV available in the market. The device is packed with unbelievable specs. However, not all of specs deliver high-end performance. Micromax is targeting users looking for a smart TV, so you only get an HD Ready display with 1366 x 768 resolution. The audio output is decent with the 20W speakers with Digital Surround Sound Technology. The best that the Canvas-S has to offer is bringing a smart TV to consumers at this price point. The smart features such as mirroring, smartphone control, and Android gaming are at par with other similar smart TVs. Micromax is offering a three-year warranty on the Canvas-S.
This one is especially for the brand aficionados. The TV does not include top-notch specs but delivers powerful performance. You get an HD Ready Screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 and refresh rate of 100Hz which ensures blur-free picture. By using the Clear Phase Technology, the 5W speakers deliver a high-quality audio output. The TV supports multiple Indian languages making navigation easier using regional languages. You can also listen to FM Radio on your television and store up to 30 channels. Sony offers one year warranty and as it the case with Sony, you can expect top-notch customer service.
Well, this one is a dark horse in the list. Even though the company manufacturing Daiwa is over three decades old, the Daiwa TVs have not found their place vis-a-vis the competitors. With the features and specification being offered with the Daiwa (40 inch) Full HD LED Smart TV (L42FVC4U), we thought of including it in the list. So coming to the specs, you get a Full HD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution and refresh rate of 60Hz. The audio output by both speakers is 20W, which is again decent. It is powered by a quad-core processor with clock speeds of 1 GHz along with 1 GB of DDR3 RAM and 4 GB of internal memory. You'll also get a screen grab feature, web cruiser remote, task killer, etc.
One more from Vu has made it to the list. The VU (H40D321) Full HD TV is a 39 inches product with a Full HD display. The resolution of 1920 x 1080 will allow you to watch Blu-ray movies without any drop in quality. There are 2 HDMI and USB ports for better connectivity. The sound quality is decent but it could have been better. VU also provides one year onsite warranty, so that's definitely a plus.
As we discussed earlier, buying a TV under 25k in India is no mean feat. In the list, you must have seen some TVs from newer brands offering out of the world specs for the price, while the established brands are offering products with higher performance.
In the 25K range, sadly you need to choose between a Full HD TV and a smart TV. Based on your preference you can narrow down the options. In either case, rather than just checking whether it is Full HD or not, you can check the refresh rate. Higher the refresh rate, better the clarity.
The features offered by smart TV in the price range are more or less similar. It is also important to take a note of the warranty offered, especially with the newer brands. If you are buying this as your primary TV, then the warranty is significant.
|VU (32D6545) Full HD TV||NA||7||8||6||7||8||7.3|
|Samsung Basic Smart (32M5100)||25,000||8||9||8||8||9||8.5|
|Daiwa (40 inch) Full HD LED Smart TV (L42FVC4U)||22,990||7||8||8||7||8||7.7|
|VU (H40D321) Full HD TV||19,999||7||7||7||7||7||7|
We’ve curated this list based on our own expert reviews, overall user reviews from shopping websites like Mouthshut, Amazon, Flipkart, and expert reviews from trusted websites CNET, Reviewed, Rtings, The Review Index, and TVNama.
As far as the weighted averages of our final expert scores are concerned, the split is: 50% for expert reviews, 25% for expert reviews from our trusted websites, and 25% for user reviews.
For example, in this list Sony (KLV-32R302E) LED had a score spilt of:
Expert review: 7.8/10
Expert reviews from trusted websites: 6.94/10 (TVName and The Review Index)
User reviews: 8.8/10 (MouthShut)
Overall expert score: 8/10 (rounded off)
Email all your doubts to email@example.com