Syinix unveils its U51 Android TV series in Kenya

Syinix has launched its new U51 series Android TV in Kenya. This new TV series according to Syinix focuses on providing the “home cinema experience”, which will be the game changer of the entertainment experience of African home.

Syinix’s new U51 series offers 4K HDR TVs and comes powered by Android TV 11. It ships with 24W sound(2x12W stereo) and Dolby sound and will be available in various sizes including 50″, 55″ and 58″.

The TV comes with other features including Dual-band WiFi support, Free satellite TV, and an inbuilt voltage stabilizer among other features. 

”We are excited to witness and be a part of bringing Syinix Android TV U51 series in Kenya today. Android TV enables you to choose from 400,000+ movies and shows from across streaming services. Cast photos, videos, and music from smart devices to your TV with Chromecast built-in and many other functions such as voice remote control.” Mariam Abdullahi, head of Android Platform Partnerships said during the launch.

Syinix Global CMO Bin Xing said the company is committed to being a top international brand and the best companion for African families. He said that as an appliance brand focused on the African market, Syinix’s most significant advantage is its deep commitment to Africa and its ability to create products that meet local needs with high quality and localized innovation. ”The new Syinix U51 TV launched at this conference is the best reflection of this. It provides an international first-class audiovisual experience and takes into account the needs of local aesthetics with the development of a series of technical features, such as Super Vision and AI+SR, This is an excellent innovation for the global home appliance industry and African home appliances,” he said.

At the event, Syinix also unveiled a full range of other Syinix Android TVs, including the 2K Android TV A51 Series, the younger version of Syinix U51 series, and the flagship WLED Android TV Q51 Series.

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