Infocus well known for their Mobile smartphones have now ventured into the TV domain. They have officially launched HD / Full HD LED TV’s from 24” to 60” screen sizes with a price tag that starts from ₹9,999 up to ₹70,000. Furthermore Infocus is also offering free demo at home services.

Infocus has introduced a new concept – free demo at home, wherein customers can experience King Size LED TV demo right in their home. The customers not only get to feel and check the quality of the product but they also get an idea about how the TV would look in their house.

Infocus is working with world’s best electronics manufacturer Foxconn to ensure excellent quality and standard. The King Size LED TV’s are using A+ Grad Back-lit LED panels for vibrant colors and amazing picture quality.

Infocus 60 inch LED TV

Infocus 50 inch LED TV

Here are the complete range of Infocus LET TV’s with their price

InFocus 24” (60Hz) with WXGA resolution – ₹9,999.
InFocus 32” (60Hz) with WXGA resolution – ₹15,999.
InFocus 50” (60Hz) with Full HD resolution – ₹34,999.
InFocus 60” (60Hz) with Full HD resolution – ₹69,999.

Infocus LED TV Specifications Infocus LED TV Specifications 2The home demo services will be available across 18 major cities in India – only for the 50 inch TV for now.

These LED TV’s will be made available on Snapdeal from February 29 2016.

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  1. I want to buy the best LED tv of 40 inches which can be affordable and should be durable. Could anyone suggest me upon this.

  2. Micromax full hd and 4k is now at cheaper price compare to any other brand..
    Infocus also offering good price but ratio and refresh rate is poor..

  3. We bought Micromax 32 inch HD tv for 12500 INR on Diwali from flipkart and as of now it is running smoothly and with no problem.

  4. Infocus has no TV models between 32 inch and 50inch size. Ideally a 40 or 42 inch full HD TV is perfect for most homes living room.

  5. I would prefer 100Hz for the full HD version. 50inch with 60Hz of refreshing rate the pictures may not be smoother.

  6. A very good move from infocus, now a days android mobiles r ample & easily available ppl infact r gradually loosing intrest on mobiles due to abundance…every day a new mobile is launched they r boring to ppl all around world! and routine but led tvs are scarce….infact good televisions are rare and tough to buy at reasonable prices…but infocus u have let down ppl by not launching 4k & 3d with ur nonsense marketing strategies! It’s a big setback!

  7. My 32″ Philips 3D tv FHD WITH DDB tech (1000000:1 contrast ratio)brought for 31.9K .. infocus doesn’t offer 3D at that price. Otherwise it will good choice.

      1. 3d is gone? Really? Then why I see more and more 3d tvs launched everyday?

        You talk about VR as the best thing?
        You wont be able to see VR content for more than 15 minutes. Your eyes will sore with pain and you will feel dizziness. You wont even try VR everyday.

      2. 3D is gone?? LOL… kuch bhi.. 😛

        VR is next big thing agreed – But it cannot be compared to #D tv and its feel.

  8. Pricing is ok considering the good quality of panel used, but other brands such as Vu are offering similar features for lesser price. Real fight will start only after Xiaomi brings Mi TV in India.

      1. Xiaomi uses panels made by LG or Samsung which are best in quality. I am not sure whether letv is doing the same….may be they are using cheaper panels made by Chinese brands. Micromax is using similar low cost panels.

  9. My 2years old Samsung 22″ LED is FHD bought @11k.. Why the hell any would even buy this in the first place..

  10. No 4k LEDs in 43″ or 50″ sizes. & no 3d? They have to bring 4k+3d in 43 & 50 inch sizes to penetrate the market.

          1. Yeah but we hardly have any contents for wxga, and hd contents will be upscaled. That will effect overall quality a bit, not by much. They should have provided full hd though, for that price.