Nokia has been a household name in the smartphone business for decades jumping from Symbian to Windows Phone and now running on Android. In 2019, the brand delved into the TV space with the launch of a 55-inch TV. In 2020, it expanded that portfolio with the launch of a 43-inch and 65-inch TV. The design, UI and overall appeal of the TV are the same across its screen sizes. The 43-inch Nokia TV costs Rs 31,999 as of writing this review. At the same price point, one can get a 43-inch FHD TV from brands like Sony while brands like Xiaomi, Kodak, Thomson and more offer users a 50-inch 4K HDR TV at about 30K. The price leaves the Nokia TV in a precarious position. 43-inch 4K HDR TV from budget brands are 5-7 thousand rupees cheaper while 55-inch inch 4K HDR TVs are a few thousand rupees more expensive than the 43-inch Nokia TV. The Nokia TV does bring with it features like speakers powered by JBL, an ADS panel and of course, the Nokia brand name. But is it worthy of the asking price, or should you consider the cheaper budget alternatives?