There are plenty of options in the 32-inch Smart TVs category available for those who don’t need a large size and aren’t pixel peeping into their panels. However, if you do pixel-peep there are tons of options in the 55-inch Smart TV category too. However, If you want something in between then this article on the best smart TVs under 30000 & 35000 would be perfect for you.
The price category that we have targeted for this category of smart TVs is under and around the rupees 30000 and 35000 mark. Hopefully, the article will bring you some insight and provide you with options that best fit your needs.
List of Best Midrange Smart TVs
In total, we have included 10 Smart TVs on this list. They come from tier-one brands like Sony, LG, and Samsung and also from tier-two brands like Sanyo, Hisense, and many others too. Most of them have an FHD panel while some of them boast 4K Ultra HD panels too.
Needless to say, all of them run on some version of an OS since all of them are smart TVs. They are either running on Android TV, Fire TV OS, WebOS, Tizen OS, or any other proprietary ones. With all of this cleared out of the way let’s take a look at the options one by one now.
1. Sanyo 43-inch Smart TV
This offering from Sanyo’s Kaizen series is for anyone who is looking for an entry-level smart TV with an FHD panel onboard. For a price of just around the 20K mark, the TV comes with a 1920x1080p 43-inch FHD panel.
The panel has great viewing angles and supports Micro Dimming and Dot Noise Reduction to provide an amazing visual experience. Micro Dimming analyses 512 different zones on the panel adjusting the brightness and darkness of each zone delivering the best results. While Dot Noise Reduction as the name suggests reduces the noise in scenes bringing out those details which are great to see.
The TV is powered by Google’s Android TV OS. The version is 9 Pie and the end-user experience is fantastic. You get not bloatware. The UI is clean, simple, easy to use and the dedicated play store gives you access to the plethora of apps that it comes with. The 1.5GB of RAM used onboard keeping apps in memory for faster loading times while the quad-core CPU delivers fast and zippy performance. The 8GB internal storage is good enough for downloading apps and the overall experience is just great.
The TV comes with 20W speakers tuned by Dolby Digital and the results are pretty good. Finally, the combination of ports on the TV is great too. With 3 HDMI, 2 USB, ethernet, audio, and arc port you will very easily be able to connect to external peripherals with no issue.
For what it’s worth this offering from Sanyo is a great deal for the price that you’d be paying for it.
Pros and Cons of Sanyo 43-inch Smart TV
|Micro dimming and dot noise technology delivers great visuals.||The build quality of the TV could have been a bit better|
|Stock Android TV 9 with 1.5GB of RAM delivers a lag-free user experience.|
|The ports scenario onboard is great with 3 HDMI and 2 USB ports.|
2. Hisense 43-inch Smart TV
This 43-inch Smart TV from Hisense comes with an FHD display of 1920X1080p resolution. Although the TV boasts an FHD panel it also packs in a couple of neat panel technology too.
One, the panel used onboard is an ultra-vivid high contrast one, this results in much brighter and lively looking colors which you are surely going to enjoy. Two, the Natural color enhancer ensures that the original colors in the image are not too contrasty to the point that they look un-natural delivering those true-to-life shades. Lastly, the noise reduction technology analyses scenes and removes noise delivering sharper images.
Coming to the software and hardware Hisense has gone with a pretty good combination here. For the software front, Hisense has gone with Android TV 9. The OS is powerful enough to provide both app support and features for the enthusiasts while being extremely easy to navigate through and use for the armature too. Powering the whole TV is powered by a quad-core CPU, a GB of RAM, and an 8GB of internal storage. the hardware combined with Google’s Android OS delivers pretty snappy performance.
The TV features a pretty decent 24W speaker system powered by DTS Studio Audio. The sound coming out of the TV is pretty loud and delivers an overall decent user experience. For ports, you get up to 2 HDMI and 2 USB ports along with ethernet and audio ports too.
All in all, with a pretty amazing build and an overall great experience this offering from Hisense is a very good option to consider under the price of Rs. 30000.
Pros and Cons of Hisense 43-inch Smart TV
|The FHD panel is one of the best in class with natural color enhancer onboard.||The use of 1.5 or 2GB RAM instead of 1GB would have been much appreciated.|
|The 24W speaker system delivers a pretty amazing audio experience.|
|The overall aesthetics and build of the TV are pretty great.|
3. OnePlus 43-inch Smart TV
If color accuracy of your panel matters a lot then this offering from OnePlus should definitely be on your list. The TV comes with a 43-inch FHD panel and a refresh rate of 60Hz. Content will look sharp while the 60Hz refresh rate helps eliminate blur.
What’s truly amazing with this panel is its 93% color accuracy of the DCI-P3 color gamut. This means that you get true to life tones with amazing brightness levels and an overall amazing panel to consume media on. Apart from this, the TV comes with OnePlus’s dedicated gamma engine onboard. Thanks to this you get reduced noise, anti-aliasing, and dynamic contrast too. All of this coupled with a screen to body ratio of 88.5% results in one of the best in class visual experiences.
The TV is powered by a quad-core CPU and a triple-core GPU paired with 1GB of RAM. This combined with Android TV 9 with OnePlus’s own UI tweaks result in one of the smoothest user experiences in its class, period. Boot times are fast. App launch times are reduced the overall experience is just great.
Coming to the ports on the TV you get 2 USB, 2 HDMI, ethernet, and audio ports too. Day to day connectivity to external peripherals will be of no issue at all.
Pros and Cons of OnePlus 43-inch Smart TV
|The 93% wide color gamut coverage results in best in class colors onboard.||The use of an extra half a GB of RAM at 1.5GB would have kept the TV running smoothly for years to come.|
|The gamma engine reduces noise and delivers dynamic contrast too.|
|The 20W speaker with tuning from Dolby delivers a great audio experience.|
4. Onida 43-inch Smart TV
If you are fine with a smooth proprietary OS then considering this offering from Onida will take you a long way. For starters, the Tv comes with a 43-inch FHD panel with a resolution of 1920X1080. The panel comes with a wide viewing angle support with natural-looking colors and an overall amazing visual experience.
What makes this offering from Onida truly stand out is its Fire TV OS. Amazon Prime account holders will love the integration of their subscription with the OS. However, even if you aren’t subscribed to a Prime account you will still be able to use the TV just fine. There is an inclusion of a fast CPU which is coupled to 1GB of RAM and an 8 GB of internal storage for apps installation. The overall experience will not be as versatile as Android TV but you will not be disappointed with what you get here.
The TV comes with a 16W speaker system tuned by Dolby Digital for a decent audio experience. The ports scenario includes 3 HDMI, a USB, Ethernet, and audio ports too. All in all, the experience is pretty decent and you will love what Onida has to offer here.
Pros and Cons of Onida 43-inch Smart TV
|The Fire TV OS delivers a pretty different user experience.||The use of a single USB port is a bummer.|
|The integration of Amazons services like Prime membership and Alexa delivers a very cohesive experience.|
5. VU 43-inch Smart TV
This offering from VU comes with a 43-inch FHD panel with a resolution of 1920x1080p. The panel used onboard is an A+ one and comes with a couple of display technologies built right into it. VU likes to call the panel a Pure Prism one which results in great viewing angles and even lighting from corner to corner. Along with all of that you get Adaptive Contrast and Digital MPEG Noise Reduction. This results in the Tv delivering great detail not only in every scene that is displayed but in much-reduced noise too. The TV delivers greatly in the visual department.
When it comes to the elements running the show behind this midrange smart TV VU has not held back. You get Google’s stock and clean Android TV 9 taking care of the software side of things. The hardware is handled by a 64-bit quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, and an internal memory of 8GB, sufficient for installing your favorite apps. The combination of pretty powerful hardware and amazingly optimized software results in one of the best overall UI experience under the 30000 price bracket.
The TV finally comes with a 24W speaker system which is truly amazing with clear highs and pretty powerful bass. To top it up it’s also tuned by Dolby and DTS surround sound for what’s arguably one of the best in class audio experiences. Al in all with ports ranging from dual HDMI and USB to ethernet and audio ports too, this offering from VU truly delivers.
Pros and Cons of VU 43-inch Smart TV
|The A+ grade panel with adaptive contrast and digital noise reducer deliver great visuals.||The bezels could have been slimmer for a more immersive viewing experience|
|The 24W speaker system is one of the best in its class.|
|The aesthetics and build quality are on point.|
6. LG 43-inch Smart TV
For under 30K this offering from a tier-one brand like LG is one of the best midrange smart TVs in its category. The panel of the TV at FHD resolution or 1920X1080 results in a great visual treat. The panel is powered by 2 technologies that make consuming media onboard that bit more enjoyable. Dynamic color enhancer makes use of the advanced image processor onboard to bring those rich tones in the image being shown. While active HDR optimizes every scene to deliver the most optimum results for more enjoyable visuals.
The TV makes uses of LG’s very own proprietary WebOS. The UI is simple, easy to use, and extremely light. The OS is slightly underpowered in terms of the sheer apps that Android TV has to offer but in no other terms is it a step backward. You get the support for the most commonly used smart TV apps like Netflix, Prime Videos, YouTube, and more no problem. The quad-core CPU coupled with a GB of RAM and internal storage of 4GB keeps things onboard running nice and smooth.
The TV gets a 20W speaker system with 2.0 Ch and tuning from the likes DTS Virtual X and Dolby audio. The experience is pretty amazing and you will love what the LG has to offer here.
Finally, the TV comes with 2 HDMI, a single USB, ethernet, and audio ports. And the overall build and design of the TV make it one of the best midrange smart TV in its category especially considering it’s an offering from a tier-one brand.
Pros and Cons of LG 43-inch Smart TV
|The dynamic color enhancer delivers pretty amazing color tones.||The inclusion of a second USB port would have been much appreciated.|
|WebOS delivers a smooth and easy user experience.|
|The 20W speaker system with 2.0Ch and tuning from Dolby and DTS sound deliver an immersive audio experience.|
7. TCL 43-inch Smart TV
If you are not looking for a tier-one brand in particular then this offering from TCL truly delivers way more than its asking price of under Rs. 30000. This offering from TCL comes with a 43-inch panel with a 4K resolution of 3840X2160 making it one of the very few offerings in this price category to come with a 4K panel.
The images onboard look crisp and have tons of details in them. The high resolution coupled with a micro dimming of 1296 different zones results in one of the best in class visual experiences. The bright and dark zones on board are carefully and individually analyzed to deliver optimum picture quality. Consuming media will just be amazing here.
When it comes to hardware and software TCL hist a home run here. For software, you get Googles stock Android TV 9 onboard. The OS needs little no introduction as it has caught quite the attention recently with its intuitive user experience and the vast apps selection via its app store.
What’s truly amazing is in the TV hardware department. TCL has included a fast and zippy quad-core CPU which is in line with some of the competition but what’s not inline are the 2GB of RAM and the massive 16GB of internal storage. As expected, performance onboard is arguably one of the best in class and you are simply going to love what TCL has to offer here.
The speaker setup onboard includes a 20W system. Thanks to the AI sound engine and tuning from Dolby you get an immersive audio experience. All of that coupled with the high-resolution 4K panels results in one of the nicest media consumption experiences in its class.
Finally, the TV comes with dual HDMI, single USB, ethernet, and audio ports for external peripheral connectivity and the overall experience that TV delivers is truly one the best in its category.
Pros and Cons of TCL 43-inch Smart TV
|One of the very few TV’s under 30K to come with a 4K panel.||The addition of a 2nd USB port would have been amazing.|
|The powerful hardware with quad-core CPU, 2GB RAM, and 16GB internal coupled with Android TV 9 results in a great performance.|
|The 20W speaker system delivers a pretty decent audio experience here.|
8. Sony 43-inch Smart TV
Have a soft corner for Sony TVs and a budget of around Rs. 35000? If the answer to both the questions is yes then this offering from Sony will be greatly appealing to you. The Bravia is a 43-inch FHD TV panel that comes with Sony’s signature display technologies for an immersive viewing experience.
The panel is powered by the X-Reality Pro which analyses individual pixels in each scene using powerful algorithms to optimize the picture with the best visual experiences. The panel also features Motion Flow XR which combines the native frequency of the panel to the content you are watching to deliver smooth and natural-looking content. All of this combined with the support for HDR10 delivers great results.
The TV runs of on a Linux based proprietary OS. The UI is pretty straight forward with support for all commonly used Smart TV apps such as Netflix, YouTube and more. If you don’t have a variety of apps to download and would mainly be using the likes of the aforementioned apps, the Bravia will serve you just fine.
For ports you get dual USB and HDMI ports along with audio ports too. Connecting to day to day peripherals like set-top box or even external hard drives to run offline media will be no problem. The 20W speaker that the TV comes with is more than capable of delivering a decent audio experience. The speakers come in the form of Sony’s signature open baffle speaker type which when combined with ClearAudio+ technology results in some noticeable bass too.
All in all, for the price of under 35000 this is one of the best midrange smart TV in its class that you will not regret purchasing.
Pros and Cons of 43-inch Smart TV
|The X-Reality Pro and Motion Flow XR delivers great visuals.||The use of a more robust OS like Android TV would have been much appreciated.|
|The 20W speaker system with an open baffle speaker design and ClearAudio+ technology results in a pretty decent audio experience.|
|The build quality of the TV is great.|
9. LG 43-inch 4k Smart TV
If you have to have a 4K panel. If the offering has to be from a tier-one brand and if the budget for all of these requirements is under 35000 then this offering from LG is one of the very few options out there to deliver you with the above.
The TV comes with a 43-inch 4K panel with a resolution of 3840x2160p. Considering that the TV comes from a tier-one brand it is pretty amazing to see that LG went for a 4K panel instead of an FHD one. Apart from the high resolution, the panel is also an IPS one which means that you are bound to get a wide viewing angle. That combined with the 4K Active HDR technology means that you are going get accurate colors along with great vividity.
The TV is powered by LG’s very popular WebOS. The UI is extremely light and when paired with 1.5GB of RAM a zippy processor and a dedicated Graphics unit the end result is just amazing. You get support for all major apps such as YouTube, Netflix, and Prime Videos too. If you do require apps apart from these then you will easily be able to download it from the dedicated apps store that the OS comes with.
Finally, the TV boasts a 20W speaker system with Amazon’s Alexa enabled. The port scenario includes 3 HDMI, 2 USB, Ethernet, and audio ports and the elegant design makes this TV a true value for money. Again, considering that you get all of the said features from a tier-one brand this is truly one of the best smart TV under 35000 in India, period.
Pros and Cons of LG 43-inch Smart TV
|The inclusion of a 4K panel instead of an FHD one is great.||If we were being nitpicky then the inclusion of a speaker system slightly more powerful than 20W would have been great.|
|The hardware and WebOS software delivers a zippy performance.|
|The ports scenario and the overall aesthetics of the TV are amazing.|
10. Samsung 43-inch TV
If great sound is what you are looking for and if you are willing to pay a couple of extra thousand rupees over the 35K price bracket then this offering from Samsung is the way to go. The offering boasts a 43-inch FHD panel running at a resolution of 1920x1080p.
3-panel technologies work hand in hand to deliver you with one of the best in class visual experiences. Ultra Clean View analyses the original content of the image reducing distortion and delivering a higher quality image. PurColour ensures that the image contrast is maintained and a more natural looking color is delivered. And finally, Micro Dimming Pro makes sure that the details from the shadows are pulled out according to the scene for delivering whiter whites and deeper blacks.
The TV is powered by Samsung’s own Tizen OS. You get access to all major media consumption apps like Netflix, Prime Videos, YouTube and more with the option of further downloading other apps from the apps store, no problem. Thanks to the light-weight nature of the OS and the use of a 1.25GB RAM the overall interface feels really snappy.
If you love listening to a room-filling sound then rejoice as Samsung has delivered one of the best in class audio systems here. With the inclusion of a massive 40W speaker system, you can easily reply to the sound coming out of the speaker system for an immersive experience. To top everything up the speakers deliver 4Ch which means that you can expect theater-like surround sound emulation too. the overall audio experience is going to be just amazing.
Lastly, with dual HDMI ports, a single USB port audio ports, and an overall sleek and stylish built the extra money that you would be spending on this TV will be totally worth it.
Pros and Cons of Samsung 43-inch Smart TV
|The inclusion of PurColor technology results in natural-looking colors.||The inclusion of an additional HDMI and USB port would have been much appreciated.|
|The Tizen OS delivers a very snappy user experience.|
|The 40W speaker system with 4Ch results in one of the best audio experiences in the class.|
So those were the best smart tvs under 30000 & 35000. We hope we were able to give you some level of insight before you invest your hard-earned money in your purchase. All these options were carefully selected on the basis of the features and performance they offer.
We have covered options of both Full HD 1080p and Ultra HD 4K resolution in both the under Rs. 30000 price category and the Rs. 35000 price category too. Some of them feature powerful hardware with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage while others packs in class-leading 40W speaker systems for an immersive listening experience.
In the end, we have ensured that the offerings on the list are able to be of appeal to a wider range of audiences. We hope that you find an option that best fits your needs and we assure you that if you do select an option from the list you will definitely be satisfied with it though and though.