India will be among the first set of countries where OnePlus Tv will be launched
OnePlus has finally revealed the name of its TV. It will be called OnePlus TV and is expected to be launched in September. A post on the OnePlus forum said, “We believe there’s no other name that can best represent our value, vision and pride than naming it with our own brand.”
OnePlus had announced its plans to enter the TV market last September without revealing much details. As per the rumours, OnePlus TV in will come in different sizes ranging between 43 and 75 inches.
In an interview with The Mobile Indian, OnePlus India General Manager Vikas Agarwal had said earlier that the OnePlus TV is getting ready. He further added, “We don't have a timeline yet but our focus is to get the software right so that it can be a differentiator. We want to provide an amazing user experience on our TVs”.
Upon asking whether OnePlus will launch the upcoming product in the country, Agarwal disclosed that at the time the OnePlus TV is announced, it’ll come to India.
In another development in the TV space, Huawei sub-brand Honor has also introduced the Honor Vision TV and Honor Vision TV Pro. The TVs run on the latest HarmonyOS interface that Huawei announced last week and will be available for a starting price of 3,799 yuan (approx. Rs 38,200).
The Honor Vision TV and Vision TV Pro come with a 55-inch display that has a 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, 400nits brightness and 178-degree viewing angle. Both TVs are powered by the28mm-based Honghu 818 quad-core intelligent chipset with two Cortex-A53, two Cortex-A53 cores and 600MHz Mali-G51MP4 GPU. It has 2GB of RAM, 16GB storage on the Honor Vision TV and 32GB storage on the Vision TV Pro.
The front panel comes with TUV Rheinland certification for protection against blue light. The display is housed inside a metal frame and offers a screen-to-body ratio of 94 percent. It equips Motion Estimate and Motion Compensation, High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDR), Super-Resolution, Noise Reduction, Dynamic Contrast Improvement, Auto Color Management and Local Dimming.
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