We’ve been hearing a lot about affordable smartphones in the Philippines of late, as almost every non-Apple manufacturer has launched a new phone in the P10,000 (around $189) price bracket within these last couple of months. Smart TVs, meanwhile, are apparently getting more economical yet powerful, too.
Case in point: Shenzhen-based consumer electronics brand Coocaa today made its official debut in the Philippines with a collection of smart TVs in various display sizes, from 32 inches to 50 inches. The brand has partnered with Lazada to exclusively sell its TV lineup in the country while offering massive discounts and holding multiple flash sales on the e-commerce platform.
Coocaa’s flagship offering is a gorgeous 50-inch 4K Android TV from the tech-savvy-user-focused S5G Explore series, and it touts an LED panel with minimal bezels. The price of this set? A wallet-friendly P27,990 ($531), although you can get it for only P22,990 ($436) on Lazada right now.
One of its cheapest sets is a slim-bezeled, 32-inch smart TV from the company’s Innovate S3N lineup with a P9,990 ($189) launch price. That’s quite low for a TV that looks as good as it does and can stream Netflix and YouTube videos.
More discounts await customers on March 17 at 6 p.m., as vouchers for Coocaa TVs will be up for grabs on the said date. And on March 18, from 12 a.m. to 2 a.m., the Coocaa 40S3N Full HD Smart TV with an impressive 94 percent screen-to-body ratio, which normally retails for P18,990 ($360), will drop to under P10,000 ($189) for the first 100 buyers. We’re told that other Coocaa televisions are going to be discounted as well.
If you’re worried about after-sales, which is always a valid concern, Coocaa offers a two-year warranty for its products and has more than 155 service centers all over the country, from Luzon all the way to Mindanao.
Cooccaa is already present in three countries besides the Philippines — Indonesia, where it became Lazada’s No. 1 TV brand within four months after its release; Thailand; and Vietnam. It is set to enter the Malaysian market in April.
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