One Plus TV: Really, Everything We Know So Far
OnePlus surprised many with the announcement that it’s working on developing a new product ( one plus tv) that breaks away from its popular smartphones and accessories.It’s a lofty aim and OnePlus has been sharing little bits of information about how this plan is going to come together. Here’s what we know so far.
- One Plus TV is coming soon.
- OnePlus TV is said to launch next month.
- Possible launch date of OnePlus TV is said to be September 26.
In an interview with India’s daily newspaper Economic Times, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau stated that there was currently no official deadline for launch, though 2020 was the rough plan.
Lau added: “India will be one of the first markets to get the OnePlus TV. It will be available through Amazon. We haven’t set a deadline as yet, as we want it to be the best there is.”
There’s no confirmation on Western markets, then, though a wider global release beyond Asia will probably depend on how much buzz the product gets on release.
It will launch first in India and China – with four different model sizes, from a 43-inch TV to a massive 75-inch display – with the possibility of a wider global rollout sometime after.
- Mid sized television
- Screen size is maybe upto 40″ and other models covers 55″ 65″ 75″ sizes
- 4K Display
- Sleek Design
- Android Os for a Smart Option with services like Netflix and Prime.
- Connected Services like Alexa or Google assistant.
OnePlus has only revealed a couple of details on the hardware side. Firstly, it’s going to offer voice control and interaction, so there are going to be far-field microphones, according to details garnered in an interview with PC Mag.
The One Plus TV will also include a camera, presumably to go straight into video calling – but Lau told Business Insider that it had a solution for privacy concerns with such cameras. Beyond that, little is known – apart from the vision of a better TV experience.
How Much They Costs:
OnePlus is saying that the TV will be premium, but that’s always been the message for OnePlus’ smartphones and they have been aggressively priced against established rivals like LG, Sony and Samsung – all big players in the TV space. The same thing will be true of OnePlus TV. In an interview with The Economic Times, Pete Lau described the TV as a “flagship killer” – hinting that pricing will be designed to challenge those established rivals.