OnePlus Plug n Play TV Camera Renders Reveals Design, USB-C Port and Privacy Shutter

OnePlus Plug-n-Play TV Camera will have a fixed focus.

OnePlus TV Camera

OnePlus is all set to launch OnePlus TV U1S smart TVs, and OnePlus Nord Core Edition 5G in India on June 10th. The OnePlus TV U1S is said to launch in 50-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch variants. Along with the OnePlus Nord CE, and U1S smart TVs, OnePlus will also launch an accessory for its smart TVs. A couple of months back, we reported that OnePlus is working on a Plug-n-Play WebCam. Now, MySmartPrice has received the renders of the upcoming OnePlus Plug-n-Play TV Camera, courtesy of Yogesh. The upcoming smart TV accessory from OnePlus will have a privacy shutter. Let us take a look at the renders, and design of the upcoming smart TV accessory.

OnePlus Plug-n-Play TV Camera: Design, and Renders

The OnePlus Plus-n-Play Camera will have a cuboidal shape. It will have a physical camera shutter, so users won’t have to worry about their privacy. The WebCam will also have OnePlus branding on the shutter. On the back, there will be a USB Type-C port on the device to connect it to the compatible TVs.

OnePlus Plug-n-Play TV Camera: Features, and Price

OnePlus Plug-n-Play Camera will have a fixed focus, and 1080p resolution at 30fps. It will also have a microphone. The OnePlus WebCam will have a USB Type-C port, and will come bundled with a Type-A to Type-C cable. It might be priced around Rs. 5,000 mark in the country, as Yogesh tells us.

Along with Google Duo, the company might also offer a new OnePlus camera app for the existing Q, and upcoming U series TVs to make video calls with the help of the WebCam. The company might bundle the WebCam with the upcoming OnePlus U1S Smart TV 65-inch model. What do you think of using a WebCam with Smart TVs for video calls? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.