So by now its evidently clearer that OnePlus is launching a new affordable TV lineup in India. We had shared some information on this before the official announcement, and now we bring you more.
As per our sources, OnePlus will announce three Tv models on July 2nd, following in the footsteps of Realme. There will be a 32-inch, 43-inch, and a 55-inch model. As per the info received, the smaller 32-inch model with sport an HD resolution, the 43-inch will be Full HD and 55-inch being the 4K model.
OnePlus has talked about the premium materials used in the 55-inch model in a post on the OnePlus Community but they referred the model as a ‘Mid-Tear product’. The 55-inch model like the more premium OnePlus Q1 series will come all the stock OnePlus TV apps like OnePlus along with support for both Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. OnePlus is using a Rec2020 panel here so it will come out of the box with Dolby Vision support along with Dolby Audio.
As per the Intel that we've received, Dolby Audio is there in the 32" And 42" Model, while the 55" variant will likely feature Dolby Audio and Dolby Vision.#oneplus #oneplustv #SmarterTVhttps://t.co/x3pzQLVrJP
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As for the smaller 32-inch and 43-inch models, they belong to the ‘Entry-level segment’ and will have a 93% NTSC rate LED panel with support for Dolby Audio. They won’t get the plush material treatment that the 55-inch will have but will be a tad bit premium when compared to the competition. We’ll leave the rest up to OnePlus to reveal at the launch next week.
Coming to the specifications, they are all standard that we’ve seen in other TVs in each size bracket. But the highlighting factor is that the TVs, especially the 55-inch model with be powered by a Quad-Core MediaTek chip with MEMC and OnePlus’s signature Gamma Color Magic chip for a lifelike picture reproduction.
As for the prices, they will be priced competitively but won’t come near the levels of Xiaomi, VU, and Realme. We will be putting out the pricing info on our social channels soon.