OnePlus is launching a new smart TV in India. The company will unveil a new 40-inch variant of the Y-series in India. It already sells two variants of the Y-series smart TV in India. These come in 32-inch and 43-inch sizes. The upcoming 40-inch OnePlus smart TV will pack the same specs in a smaller body than the 43-inch model. With a slightly smaller screen, the new OnePlus TV also becomes slightly more affordable. OnePlus will announce the pricing and availability details on May 24. Let’s take a look at the OnePlus TV 40 -inch specifications, expected price, and other details.
New OnePlus TV with a 40-inch display, Android TV 9.0 launching in India
OnePlus is expanding its Y-series of smart TV with the launch of a new variant. The company is launching a 40” OnePlus TV on May 24.
The 40-inch variant will offer the same specs in a slightly smaller form factor than the 43” model. The TV has very thin bezels around the edges. Its display has a 93 per cent DCI-P3 colour gamut. We can expect the 40-inch model to come with a Full HD+ resolution display.
It also features a Gamma Engine that adds dynamic contrast and improves picture quality. Like the other two models, the 40-inch TV will come with 20W stereo speakers with Dolby Audio. It will pack a 64-bit processor with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage.
The TV runs Android TV 9.0 and also features support for Oxygen Play. For the uninitiated, Oxygen Play is OnePlus’ content discovery platform offering easy access to a range of movies and web series. You can also use your OnePlus smartphone and use it as a remote controller. It will come with two HDMI and two USB 2.0 ports, according to tipster Yogesh. The smart TV will also come with Google Assistant and Alexa support.
OnePlus’ new smart television is expected to launch in India at around Rs 20,000. It sits below the 43-inch variant priced at Rs 26,999.
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