OnePlus TV coming in September, will launch in India first

21/8/2019 09:22:00

On Tuesday OnePlus reveals some more details about the OnePlus TV. OnePlus reveals that the OnePlus TV will launch next month, September and it will launch in India first.


ast week OnePlus confirmed the name of its first-ever smart TV. After evaluating several options OnePlus has decided to call its smartTV -- OnePlus TV. On Tuesday OnePlus reveals some more details about the OnePlus TV. The company via a blog post confirms the launch timeline of the upcoming OnePlus TV. OnePlus reveals that the OnePlus TV will launch next month, September. OnePlus also reveals that India will be the first market to get the OnePlus TV followed by some other.


"And now, I have a very exciting announcement to share with you - the OnePlus TV is set to launch in September, and it will be available in India first," the company notes in its latest blog post. India has been a key market for the brand and hence the company decides to bring the OnePlus TV first in India.


Further talking about the brand's journey in India OnePlus notes, "Over the past 6 years, we have achieved great success in India in large part because of our passionate and supportive community. Even after all these years, we're excited to explore exciting new opportunities hand-in-hand with you. OnePlus TV is such an important product for all of us, and we can't wait to see it in living rooms all over India."


In addition to India OnePlus is also planning to launch the OnePlus TV in some other markets including North America, Europe and China. The company says, "We are also working hard to launch OnePlus TV in North America, Europe and China regions as soon as we establish partnerships with most of local and regional content providers."


OnePlus confirms that the company has been working on OnePlus TV for the past two years ago. The price of OnePlus TV is yet to be revealed by the company but looks like OnePlus TV may not be as cheap as Mi TVs but is expected to be relatively affordable for a premium TV. The OnePlus TV will offer flagship-level experience, the company confirms in the post. The blog post also emphasizes on the design of the OnePlus TV.


"Our goal is for OnePlus to set the standard for future smart TV products, because we focus on every last detail. To me, designing a TV is about more than creating a high-quality display. A TV takes up a prominent spot in a household, meaning its design has to be worth viewing even when the TV is turned off," says Pete Lau in the blog post. We can expect the OnePlus TV to sport a top-notch or premium design similar to OnePlus smartphones.


Further talking about the OnePlus TV Lau notes, "I'm a firm believer that TV will not only become the center of our smart home, but also the center of our daily smart social hub. With the implementation and increasing maturity of other advanced technology such as 5G, AI, VR and AR, I'm excited about what our lives will look like in the future. The OnePlus TV is an important step towards OnePlus being involved in the world of IoT and interconnectivity. It's also proof of our commitment in continuing our exploration of how we can improve the world around us by designing a connected human experience."


OnePlus is yet to reveal the India launch date of the OnePlus TV. We can expect OnePlus to reveal the launch date of the OnePlus TV in the upcoming days. Considering some rumours suggest that the OnePlus 7T series will launch on September 26 in India it is likely that the OnePlus TV may also launch on the slated date.



PUKmedia \ Indiatoday


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