Another OnePlus product is coming and this time it is not a smartphone. Yes, as OnePlus has officially confirmed, the company is all set to bring its first-ever smart TV called the OnePlus TV in India. The OnePlus TV will first launch in India and will then hit some other markets later, the company has confirmed. OnePlus has also confirmed that the OnePlus TV will launch in India in September, however, the launch date is still unknown. Ahead of the launch, OnePlus has confirmed that the OnePlus TV will sport a 55-inch QLED display. Now, the full specs list of the OnePlus TV has surfaced online.
It is a screenshot of a Google Play Developer Console listing. The list shows the specs of the OnePlus TV. The listing reveals that the OnePlus TV will come with codename “Dosa”. It further reveals that the OnePlus TV will be powered by MediaTek MT5670 SoC with Mali-G51 GPU. The listing reveals that the OnePlus TV will come with 3GB of RAM and run on Android 9 Pie software.
Earlier this week OnePlus confirmed that the India version of the OnePlus TV will come packed with 55-inch screen size. In an interaction with India Today Tech OnePlus CEO Pete Lau revealed some details about the OnePlus TV. He said, “To ensure that OnePlus TV delivers on the image quality part, we are using QLED screen in it. Consumers believe that QLED is one of the best technologies available and that is what we are going to give to them.” Lau also said that OnePlus TV will be “smooth and fast”.
“For now our approach is going to be one-market-one-TV. We will launch the OnePlus TV with a screen size in India that is most appropriate for Indian users who are looking to get a premium TV. And in this TV we want to give the people the best that is possible while keeping the TV price reasonable,” Lau added.
Lau further noted, “Traditional TV experience is horrible. The TVs are slow, often their picture quality is not good, the remotes are ugly. They lack one thing or other,” he says while pointing at a remote of a set-top box kept on the tablet in front of him. “When I bought the TV that I use I found the experience frustrating. It is slow. It is as if the whole industry has ignored fastness and smoothness in TV software. Also, no brand has achieved a good combination of image quality and smart software.”