The OnePlus TV is just around the corner and if the information available on Bluetooth SIG is to be believed, then it looks like we are getting three TVs from OnePlus this year. The listing dated 9 June 2020 shows the 32-inch and 43-inch OnePlus TV getting Bluetooth certification while the listing dated 19 May 2020 highlights a 55-inch TV. Curiously enough though, there are two Bluetooth remote controls as well receiving the Bluetooth certifications. The model numbers of the remote controls as listed on Bluetooth SIG are RC-002B and RC-002C.
Coming back to the 32 and 43-inch OnePlus TVs, the model numbers have the “H” and “F” hinting that the 32-inch TV could be an HD ready TV while the 43-inch TV could be an FHD TV. To recall, the 55-inch Q1 and Q1 Pro launched in 2019 were 4K UHD TVs. The 55-inch TV which received Bluetooth certification in May has the model number 55UA0A00 and the “U” could stand for a UHD TV.
If this is the case, then it looks like OnePlus is looking to cater to a wider audience with the TVs. The 32-inch and 43-inch TVs could cater to the budding entry-level segment in India. We have recently seen the launch of the Realme 32-inch and 43-inch TV in India. Both the Realme TVs also boast of HDR and support Bluetooth 5.0. You can read more about the Realme TV and see how it compares to the competition here.
OnePlus has taken to Twitter to confirm that the OnePlus TV will start under Rs 20,000. The tweet reads, “The price of the New OnePlus TV Series will be starting from ₹1X,999. Can you guess the price?” Another teaser also highlights that the OnePlus TV will be available on Amazon India. You can read more about that here.
OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau took to Twitter to announce the reveal date for the upcoming OnePlus TV. His Tweet reads, “It's official. We're making our premium smart TV experience more accessible to our Indian community. #SmarterTV”. The launch event will be hosted at 7 PM IST, 2 July, via a Livestream. There is no information on the screen size, technology or design information about the upcoming OnePlus TV. You can read more about that here.