OnePlus TV Camera With Plug and Play Feature, FHD Resolution Launched in India: Price, Features

The OnePlus TV Camera is priced at Rs. 2,499 in the country.

OnePlus TV Camera

OnePlus, at its Summer Launch Event, launched the OnePlus Nord CE 5G, and OnePlus U1S Smart TVs. Along with three smart TVs under the U1S lineup, the company also launched a plug-n-play camera for its range of TVs. The OnePlus TV Camera is an accessory, that will enable video calling on the supported OnePlus smart TVs. The accessory attaches to the TVs using a magnetic holder. It comes with an FHD resolution, and also has a physical privacy shutter. The OnePlus TV Camera carries a price tag of Rs. 2,499 in India. Let us take a look at the OnePlus TV Camera features, and a list of smart TVs that are compatible with it.

OnePlus TV Camera: Features

The smart TV accessory has a cuboidal shape, and is made up of metal. It has a physical camera shutter, so users don’t have to worry about their privacy. The device also has OnePlus branding on the shutter. It is equipped with dual microphones, and a noise cancellation algorithm to reduce background noise.

It has FHD resolution and works with Google Duo on supported OnePlus smart TVs. Users need to download the app on their smart TVs from Play Store, and grant the app necessary permissions. Users can simply plug it into the USB port of their smart TVs, and it stays in place with the help of a magnetic holder.

The accessory is compatible with OnePlus TV Q, and U series smart TVs. So, the device will not be supported on budget-range OnePlus TV Y series devices. If you’re a OnePlus TV Q1, OnePlus TV Q1 Pro, OnePlus TV U1 user, the accessory will work with your TV. It is already available for purchase, users can head over to to purchase the accessory for their smart TV. What do you think of the OnePlus TV Camera? Will you be interested in buying a camera for your smart TV? 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.