The Thomson Oath Pro is among the three Android-certified good TVs launched by Super Plastronics, the model licensee for Thomson in India. It comes with each Dolby Vision and HDR10 help, a mixture hardly ever seen in finances TVs. It additionally has Google Play Store for TV, Chromecast and Google Assistant all inbuilt. The Thomson Oath Pro is on the market in 43-, 55- and 65-inch display screen variants. I reviewed the 55-inch, which has skinny display screen bezels with a rose-gold strip on the backside. Its I/O ports are straightforward to entry even when the TV is wall-mounted. A minimal, practical design.
The TV has a 10-bit LED panel of a UHD 4K decision. The panel helps Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG. It has a rated brightness of 550 nits and distinction ratio of 500000:1. The panel is shiny and has 178-degree viewing angles. But the display suffers from backlight bleeding and picture ghosting points. And there isn’t any choice for auto brightness or auto dimming.
The audio system — bottom-facing twin 30W stereo audio system with DTS TruSurround and Dolby Digital Plus audio help — are loud, with respectable treble and bass. Suitable for informal viewing, however insufficient for documentaries or music movies.
A quad-core processor, paired with 1.75GB RAM and 8GB built-in storage, powers the TV. The efficiency is nothing spectacular. The set doesn’t help fast boot and there’s a software program glitch. Some OTT apps robotically shut down because the TV enters standby mode. Also, the two.4GHz WiFi limits its total utility, particularly in case you have IoT units linked to a dual-band WiFi router and wish them to attach with the tv.
Priced at Rs 32,999, the Thomson Oath Pro 55-inch is a barebones good Android TV. It’s a tough one to suggest. You may as an alternative prefer to strive the Vu Premium Android TV 55, which prices much less and performs higher.
[Attribution Business Standard.]