The details of the first-ever Nokia branded QLED TV has emerged in Italy, where it has received the green signal from the certification body. The certificate listing confirms that the TV will support terrestrial, satellite, and cable-based connections, which all the Nokia Smart TVs by StreamView achieve using the built-in triple tuner.
SVS, the authorized distributor of StreamView’s Nokia products in Germany, has already included the new TV in its catalog and confirms that it will run on Android TV.
Nokia Satellite Receiver 7000
The other product is the Nokia Satellite Receiver 7000, which has also been listed by SVS. The listing has a picture of the device and mentions all the specifications. Based on the picture, the free-to-air satellite receiver looks the same as the Nokia Terrestrial Receiver 6000.
The Nokia Terrestrial Receiver 6000 is possibly meant to receive the signals through the land-based TV towers, while the Satellite Receiver 7000 will receive signal through the satellites. The Nokia Satellite Receiver 7000 will support a video resolution of up to HD (1080i, 720p, 576i). Backed by Dolby Audio, the device supports H.264 and HEVC H.265 8-bit audio decoding.
Its dimensions are 112 x 112 x 24 mm, and it weighs 229 g. The port selection includes HDMI, USB 2.0, digital audio (coaxial) port, and Audio/Video IN (3.5 mm) port. The power supply is through a 5 V, 500 mA rated adapter, and the maximum power consumption stands at 18 W.
Turns out that the Nokia Satellite Receiver 7000 is already available even before an official announcement. A webshop called Euronics is selling it in Germany for almost the same price as the Nokia Terrestrial Receiver 6000, i.e., €50.9 (₹4410, US$60).