OnePlus launch new series of affordable smart TVs in India

OnePlus has worked on his new upcoming lineup series of smart TVs. The oneplus company has recently launched three new TVs that should give Xiaomi, TCL, and VU a run for their money. For the 55-inch model, the ‘flagship’ OnePlus TV U is available at a hefty INR 49,999 (US $ 670), while the more ‘entry-level’ OnePlus TV Y is priced at INR 22,999 (US $ 307) and INR 12,999 (US $ 173) is. 43 inch and 32-inch versions respectively. OnePlus TV U will be on sale from July 5 on Amazon. The OnePlus TV Y Series is expected to follow suit, but the exact date is unknown.

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OnePlus launch new series of affordable smart TVs in India

OnePlus TV U is one step below the company’s current OnePlus TV Q Smart TV. However, it comes with 55-inch screen size and 4K display resolution, but skips over the QLED panel. It is compatible with HDR 10, HDR 10+, and HLC standards. OnePlus claims that TV covers 93% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, which is quite impressive for TVs at that price point. It also comes with a MEMC chip, noise reduction, dynamic contrast, color space mapping, and OnePlus’ proprietary Gamma Color Magic chip. TV sports razor-thin bezels and has a 95% screen-to-body ratio. The audio is taken care of by four 30W speakers with Dolby Atmos.

The OnePlus TV Y Series lacks a few bells and whistles for its 4K-ready sibling. For starters, the display resolution is 1080p for the maximum 43-inch model and 720p for the 32-inch version. Additionally, both TVs come with 20W speakers. However, they retain the gamma color magic chip of OnePlus.

OnePlus Series Y and Series U Smart TVs run Android 9.0 Pie out of the box, allowing users to download the app from the Google Play store. All three TVs are pre-loaded with popular streaming apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar, Zee5, and more. It also comes with a load of OnePlus-specific apps such as OnePlus Connect, allowing you to control your TV using a smartphone. One can also issue voice commands on the TV using Google Assistant and Alexa.

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