StreamView, an Austrian company that has licensed the Nokia brand for TV and other TV-related gadgets, is preparing to refresh its portfolio of Smart TVs. Several models with display diameters ranging from 24 to 43 inches have received the BT SIG certificate, indicating that these devices are ready for announcement or sale.
The newly certified models are the Nokia HN24GE320C, Nokia HN32GE320C, Nokia FN40GE320, Nokia FN32GE320, and Nokia FN43GE320. They are replacing older models such as the 2400A and 4300A, and possibly their newer variants.
The HN and FN model numbers represent different resolutions for HD and Full HD, respectively. HD resolution is 1366 x 768 pixels, while Full HD is 1920 x 1080 pixels.
It appears that all the TVs are manufactured by EXPRESS LUCK TECHNOLOGY LIMITED (check their portfolio), which is an expert in OEM, ODM, and OBM designs and manufactures Smart Digital products with an annual production capacity of 8 million devices. The company even owns a wholly-owned industrial park in China, which further enhances its production capacity (LinkedIn description). The same company is also making TVs for Japanese brand SHARP as revealed by a BT SIG document.
The good thing is that new TVs are bringing BT5.2 connection standard which is more stable and uses less energy. In any case, we hope that the new products will come with more than 1.5 GB of RAM to ensure the stability of the smart features. I must say that my 43-inch Nokia smart TV continues to serve me well, and StreamView is doing an excellent job.