Syinix Says it Sold 3126 Android TV Units on First Day of Launch in Kenya Last Week

Japan-based electronics company Syinix launched its first Android TV lineup in the Kenyan market last week. 

The TV line-up include the Syinix A20 series which has 32, 43, 50 and 55 inch screen. The company now says it sold over 3000 units on the first day of launch.

”Syinix Android TV is an immediate hit with customers as it sold over 3,000 units on its first day of launch.” a statement from the company read.

Syinix hosted a live promotion for the new Android TVs on 15th July 2020 and is set to continue to 21st July 2020.

Syinix Android TVs
Syinix Android TVs

Syinix says it will offer a two-year warranty on new Syinix Android TV. Within those two years the company says customers will also receive free repair service from Carlcare.

The new Android TV is compatible with Google Assistant, you can quickly find and play your favorite shows, get answers and control your home. The Bluetooth-enabled TV will allow you to use external speakers to get better sound. Comes with the Chrome cast built in feature, to allow you stream your favorite shows, movies, music, sports, games, and more from your mobile device to the big screen.

The display comes in with HDR (High Dynamic Range) tech making images seem more natural and also allow you to see richer and more realistic colors.

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