The series is downloading OnePlus Television from today's presentation of the company in India. After a few weeks full of tears and mini-discoveries, h OnePlus now officially taking its first step in the field of television, but not changing its philosophy. It took 14 months of work to reach the level that will "redefine" the Smart TV experience, based on four pillars: high quality panel, great sound, high aesthetics and ease of use.
OnePlus TV comes in two versions, Q1 and Q1 Pro, both with 55 & # 39; & # 39; 4K QLED panel that supports the world's largest color gamut (120% NTSC, 96% DCI-P3) and Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision and HDR10 + standards. The Q1 Pro also includes 8-speaker pop-down tapes (2 woofers, 4 at the front and 2 rear tweeters) with a total output of 50W! Its thickness is only 7mm at its thinnest point and the panel covers 95.7% of the front!
The operating system is Android TV with Oxygen Play and OnePlus interface promising upgrades of at least three years. Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa Digital Assistants are supported, and the OnePlus Connect application is fun that lets you easily manage OnePlus TV with ease and almost freedom from your smartphone. Of course, the separate remote that resembles that of Apple TV cannot be left out of the equation.
OnePlus television will be available in India for only 69900 rupees (about 900 euros) for the Q1 model and 99900 rupees (about 1300 euros) for the Q1 Pro. However, the company is working hard to launch it in the Western market.