Last week, OnePlus launched the much-awaited OnePlus TV in India. While the Chinese company was teasing just one TV, it jumped straight into the smart TV segment by announcing two TVs in its 55 Q1 Series. The TVs are made China, however, in an interview, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has said that the newly announced TVs will be manufactured in India by year-end. In a recent interview, Lau said that the two TVs are currently being imported, but OnePlus will be producing them in India by 2019-end or early 2020.
The two OnePlus TVs feature a 55-inch 4K QLED panel with a 95.7 percent screen-to-body ratio. There is a non-pro variant that misses out on the integrated sliding soundbar present in OnePlus TV Q1(₹ 62899 at amazon) Pro. According to the company, the TVs cover 96 percent of the DCIP-3 and 120 percent of the NTSC colour gamut.
Both OnePlus TVs are equipped with the Gamma Color Magic chip that enables a host of features like Super Resolution, Contrast Enhancement, Noise Reduction, MEMC, De-Contour, Dolby Vision, Colour Brightening and Colour Enhancement to deliver a more ‘vivid and smooth’ experience.
The OnePlus TV Q1 Pro sports eight speakers that have a total power output of 50W. Six of the eight speakers are forward-facing while two 20W speakers face backwards. In contrast, the Q1 has a total of four speakers that have a 50W total power output.
The two OnePlus TVs feature a carbon fibre finish and a magnetic cover that snaps over the I/O ports. Both support Dolby Atmos, DTS-HD and Dolby Digital Plus audio. Moreover, the company is offering OxygenPlay UI based on Android TV OS. Another feature, OnePlus Connect, lets users connect their smartphones and control the TV through an app.
The OnePlus TV 55 Q1 Pro costs Rs 99,900. On the other hand, the standard Q1 is priced at Rs 69,990. You can read more about the OnePlus TVs and offers available on purchase, here.
|Release Date:||26 Sep 2019|