Thomson Introduces ‘My Wall’ Smart TV Interface to Take On Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI

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Technicolor France-owned brand Thomson announced the introduction of its new Smart TV interface- ‘My Wall.’ Thomson stated that this new UI would be integrated into its recently launched 32-inch and 40-inch Smart TVs. The company also revealed that its TVs would be available with new UI starting tomorrow on Flipkart. Thomson also announced its launch event for June 21, where it will be unveiling ‘basic models’ which will also be exclusive to Flipkart. For the unaware, Thomson marked into its re-entry into the Indian market last month after 15 years and is now looking to mark its presence by continuous offerings which are ‘fresh and innovative.’ Thomson is looking to take on Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI which comes with Xiaomi’s Mi TV range in India.

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Thomson’s new UI- ‘My Wall‘ offers a bundle of applications on TV, worldwide content, temperature display and much more. The new UI ‘My Wall’ displays top Bollywood videos, top trending music on the home screen, it also has a dedicated icon for Cricket lovers. The ‘My Wall’ even allows users to order from apps like Big basket and Zomato while watching one’s favourite videos or movies.

Talking about this new UI and its adaptability for the Indian consumer which is fast growing and content driven, Mr Avneet Singh Marwah, CEO, SPPL, Exclusive Brand Licensee of Thomson India said ” ‘My wall’ will give a completely new user experience to our customers and provides a very user-friendly interface. This new Pro series comes as a promise to our customers that we will continue making products with the best of technology. “

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Furthermore, considering the keen interest and quality content need of the Indian consumer today, Thomson ‘My Wall’ also has app content from all over the world which is region specific during search and plays Radio Stations, Local TV Channels as well as genre-specific songs.

With its new My Wall interface, Thomson will be looking to take on Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI, which is also a content-driven one with over five lakh hours of content made available to the consumers.

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