Best TVs under 50000 rupees in India (November 2022)

Here is the list of Best TVs under 50000 rupees in India.

FYI: We updated this list on October 1, 2022. Added new Qled TVs to the list.


TVs have become a real need for any household these days. If you are in the market looking for the best TV you have more options now than in the past. More and more brands are launching TVs now with different technologies, OS, and with different sizes. If you still searching for the right TV you need this might finally answer your question.

Along with the list of best TVs under 50000, we also included a small and Quick TV Buying Guide to help you out with picking up the right TV for your need. If you already know what you are looking for feel free to use the table of contents to skip to the section on the best TVs under 50000 rupees.

How to choose the best TV for under 40000 rupees in India

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If you are looking to buy T.V under 20000 rupees, you are most likely offered the specifications listed below.

Smart vs no smart

It’s 2021 and most of the eCommerce sites still list standard TVs as best selling. If you are looking to buy T.V in 2021 without any doubt you should unquestionably avoid buying standard TVs.

When it comes to smart TVs we have two different types. The smart TV and the android TV.

Smart TV

Smart TVs connect to the internet and help you stream content from the apps like Netflix, YouTube, and more. Unlike android TVs, smart TVs only come with limited features and also most Smart TV operating systems aren’t upgradable so this means that when new apps or services, like Hulu or Kayo, become available you may need to consider buying a whole new TV just to cater to them.

Android TV

Unlike smart TVs, android TVs offer the most futuristic and rich experience. You can download and install apps directly using the Google play store and control your TV hands-free using Google Assistant. In addition to that companies also provide frequent firmware and app updates to make it better.

And also similar to Android OS, TV companies also use their own custom launchers on top of Android TV software like Xioami Patchwall OS.

Size

Most of the T.Vs at this price range come with 32 inches and are all the way to 43 inches. If you are confusing which size is best, You can use the free TV Size to Distance Calculator to get the right T.V size you are looking for.

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Resolution

Most of the T.V under 20000 offer a full HD display which is enough for watching most of the T.V content. However, if you to Watch 4K content you have to make sure that your T.V is capable of playing 4k videos. Most of the videos at this price can’t do it. You need to spend an extra 3000 – 4000 to get a good 4K T.V.

Display Type

Like smartphones, we do have different Display types on TVs too. The better the display quality, the higher will be the cost. You can go through this article for detailed information.

Coming back, you no need to worry about all the different T.V panels. Most of the TVs under 20000 offer LED displays which are fair enough to watch most of the content. You can check the video to know the differences between LCD vs LED vs OLED.

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Sound

Sound should not be a concern when you are buying a new TV because of the possibility to make it better. Almost all TVs in the market support an external sound system which you can buy for below 5000 rupees to make your TV sound experience better.

Best Soundbars under 5000 for your T.V

This doesn’t mean a tv under 20000 rupees doesn’t have good sound output. They are fine for our ears. But if you want the most immersive experience like the good old home theatre setups you can choose one. I have listed of best soundbars and TV speakers below in case you are looking for one.

So, those of the most important things you should consider before buying any TV under 50000 rupees in India. To make your buying process easier, I have sort listed some of the best TVs under 50000 keeping all the important factors listed above in mind.

Best TVs under 50000 rupees in India

Mi 5X

Xiaomi recently announced its new Mi 5x successor to last year’s popular Mi 4x tv in India for the price.

It has one of the best-looking designs of the TV at this price segment. It comes with thin bezels and a metallic frame which makes it look premium.

Talking about the display, Mi 5x features 50 inches of 4k support with 3840 x 2180 resolution. The display supports HDR 10, Dolby Vision, and HLG supported for better picture quality.

The TV runs on a custom Patch wall OS that is built on top of an Android TV. With PatchWall UI, you get access to curated content from different OTT platforms such as Netflix, Hotstar, Disney+, and more. These include movies, TV shows, sports, Live TV, and more. You can also get curated content based on Editor’s Picks, top shows on IMDB, and even music or movies based on celebrities/artists. Overall it makes content discovery easier.

In terms of connectivity ports, Xiaomi has included two USB 2.0 ports on the side, along with three HDMI ports, out of which one is an HDMI ARC for audio.

Mi TV 5X specifications

  • Display: 50-inch / 55-inch (3840 × 2160 pixels) 4K display with 178-degree viewing angle, 88% NTSC Color Gamut, 94% DCPI-3 color gamut,Vivid Picture Engine 2, Dolby Vision / HDR10+ / HDR10 / HLG, 10bit – 1 Billion colors, Reality Flow, Auto Low Latency Mode, 6.5ms input lag [email protected]
  • Processor: Quad-core MediaTek MT9611 (A55) processor with Mali G52 MP2 GPU
  • Ram and Storage: 2GB RAM, 16GB storage
  • UI: Patchwall 4, Android 10
  • Network Support: WiFi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz / 5GHz) (2×2 MIMO), Bluetooth 5.0, 3 x HDMI 2.1 (1 contain ARC), 2 x USB, Optical, Ethernet
  • Connectivity: AV1, H.265, H.264, H.263, VP8/VP9. MPEG1/2 etc,
  • Sound: 40W Stereo speakers, Dolby Atmos & DTS HD
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OnePlus U Series 4K Android TV

OnePlus 125.7 cm (50 inches) U Series 4K LED Smart Android TV

OnePlus also has its own version of TB under 50000 rupees. It comes under the U series which is also very similar to the Redmi TV which we just discussed. The only difference you will notice is in the software. The OnePlus TV offers pure stock Android TV experience with OnePlus ecosystem exclusive features whereas Redmi offers a lot of features under the patch wall.

Talking about the OnePlus TV, the build quality is better than Redmi. It comes with thin bezels and a thin bottom bezel. It has a 50-inch 4k resolution screen that is Dolby Vision certified.

It runs on the OnePlus Oxygen OS tv which has a minimal and clean fluid stock Android experience. It also comes with little features that are exclusive to only OnePlus smartphone users.

When it comes to ram it has 2GB and 16 GB of internal storage. It has 2 15watt speakers enough for a small room.

Oneplus TV specifications

  • Display: 55-inch (3840 x 2160) 4K LED panel with 93% DCI-P3 color gamut, Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, Gamma Engine with MEMC, Super Resolution, Noise Reduction, Color Space Mapping, Dynamic Contrast, Ani-Alasing, AI-PQ
  • Processor: Quad-Core MediaTek Processor
  • Ram and Storage: 2GB RAM, 16GB storage
  • UI: Android TV 10 with OxygenPlay 2.0
  • Network Support: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n (2.4 GHz/5 GHz), Bluetooth 5.0 LE, 3x HDMI (HDMI1 support ARC), 2x USB (2 x USB 2.0), Optical, Ethernet
  • Sound: 30W speaker, DTS-HD, Dolby Audio, Co-tuned with Dynaudio
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TCL QLED

The pick in our list is Qled display, if you haven’t heard about Qled before here is a short and quick note. Qled stands for QLED stands for Quantum-dot Light-Emitting Diode. In Qled each pixel can emit its own light. These are incredibly bright, vibrant, and diverse colors – even more so than OLED. In the down below I have shared a video from popular Indian tech Youtuber Geeky Ranjit sir to get a more clear idea about the differences between Qled and OLED.

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Now talking about the TV starting from the design it does look very premium. It comes with a metal frame around the screen. It has very minimal bezels on all three sides and little bottom bezels that hold the TCL logo.

Coming to display, it comes with 55-inch Ultra-HD (3840×2160 pixels) QLED screen, and supports high dynamic range content up to the Dolby Vision standard. The display quality is really good thanks to the Qled technology.

Talking about the software the TV runs on TCL’s own version that is built on top of Android. Compared to other TV software at this price range, TCL software experience is not that great. The content curation is not very personalized and there are few bugs in the software which makes it harder to get the smooth experience we want.

Talking about the sound, it has two speakers with 15watt sound output each that produces good sound for small indoor rooms. If you want Better sound I Highly recommend you to add an extra soundbar for better sound quality.

TCL Qled specifications

  • Display: 55-inch (3840 × 2160 pixels) 4K QLED display with 178-degree viewing angle, HDR 10+
  • Processor: Quad-core 64bit A55 Processor with Mali470 GPU
  • UI: Android
  • Network Support: Wi-Fi 802.11 ac/b/g/n 2T2R (2.4GHz + 5GHz); 3 x HDMI (2x 1.4 & 1x 2.0), 2 x USB, Ethernet
  • Connectivity: H.265/H.264,MPEG1/2/4,VP8,VP9
  • Sound: 30W (2x15W) Onkyo Speakers speakers, Dolby Audio
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Mi QLED TV

The next pick is from Xiaomi. The company is popular in India and known for its great specifications for affordable prices. It follows the same footsteps when it comes to TVs too. Xiaomi Qled is the best TV in this segment that comes with the best design and picture quality Along with the best software experience.

Starting from the design the TV looks really good and premium with a metal frame around the display. It comes with a 55-inch 4K with 3840×2160-pixel (Ultra-HD) quantum-dot LED screen, with support for HDR up to the 12-bit Dolby Vision format. There’s no full-array local dimming

The picture quality is really good, as are the viewing angles.

The software experience is also really good thanks to the patch wall that is built on top of the Android which comes with plenty of features.

Talking about the sound it comes with 30 watts overall sound output good for a small room. If you really want a good sound experience you can extend it with a good quality sound bar.

Mi TV Qled specifications

  • Display: 55-inch (3840 × 2160 pixels) 4K display with 178-degree viewing angle, 100% NTSC Color Gamut, 95% DCPI-3 color gamut, Reality Flow, Auto Low Latency Mode, 5ms response time
  • Processor: Quad-core MediaTek MT9611 (A55) processor with Mali G52 MP2 GPU
  • Ram and Storage: 2GB RAM, 32GB storage
  • UI: Patchwall, Android 10
  • Network Support: WiFi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz / 5GHz) (2×2 MIMO), Bluetooth 5.0, 3 x HDMI 2.1 (1 contain ARC), 2 x USB, S/PDIF, Ethernet
  • Connectivity: AV1, H.265, H.264, H.263, VP8/VP9. MPEG1/2 etc,
  • Sound: 30W 6 speaker system (4 full-range drivers, 2 tweeters), Frequency range 60-20KHz, Dolby Audio, DTS-HD
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Sony Bravia

  • Display: 43-inch (3840 × 2160 pixels) 4K LED display with 178-degree viewing angle, HDR 10, HLG, Motion Flow XR100
  • Processor: X1 4K Processor
  • Software: Android
  • Network Support: Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz / 5GHz), Bluetooth 4.2, 3 x HDMI HDCP 2.3, 2 x USB, Headphone Jack,RF, Ethernet
  • Connectivity: MPEG1/2/4, H.264, H.265, etc.
  • Sound: 20W (10W + 10W) Speakers, Dolby Audio
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So, those are the list of best TVs under 50000 rupees in India. Hope you find this list helpful. For more helpful suggestions you can suggest us at vinron.in/suggestions.

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