Every concrete fact we know about the much-hyped OnePlus TV, all in one place
- The OnePlus TV launches in September in India, with a EU, US, and China release coming later.
- There are few things we don't know about the OnePlus TV, including its actual release date and how much it'll cost.
- But we do know a few things for sure, including its resolution, what kind of screen it'll have, one of the screen sizes it'll come in, which smart TV platform it'll run, and some elements of its design.
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OnePlus CEO Pete Lau is dropping teases left and right for the upcoming OnePlus TV, which first launches in India this September.
There's no release date yet for the OnePlus TV's launch in India, nor are we certain when the OnePlus TV will make its way to the US, EU, or China. We don't even know exactly how much it'll cost, yet.
With that said, we do know a few concrete facts about the OnePlus TV, and it's time to put them all in one place.
Check out what we know right now about the OnePlus TV:
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The OnePlus TV will have a 4K "QLED" panel that's higher quality than regular LCD panels, and one of the screen size options will be 55 inches. It'll also support Dolby Vision HDR.
OnePlus is focusing on delivering in an area that a lot of TV makers neglect: great audio.
The OnePlus TV will have a premium design and specs, and it'll have a premium price to match, OnePlus said.
The OnePlus TV remote looks incredibly sleek. Many are likening it to the Apple TV remote.
And the OnePlus TV will run on Google's Android TV platform, with a few tweaks and optimizations from OnePlus.
It'll launch in India first this September, with the US, EU, and China release coming later.
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