OnePlus TV leak suggests Rs 1,49,990 ($2100) price tag


The OnePlus TV is expected to debut in India next week and while many of the hardware and design aspects have been teased by now, we’re being treated to a price leak for the first-ever OnePlus product in the segment. We already have expected the TV to be positioned in the premium segment but how far will OnePlus go in terms of pricing?

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As per a leaked label that shows the India price, the OnePlus TV will cost Rs 1,49,900 in India. That is indeed on the higher end of the price spectrum when it comes to the Indian TV segment. However, as with all leaked pricing, this has to be digested with a pinch of salt. OnePlus has teased the TV will feature a 4K QLED panel, where ‘Q’ stands for quantum dots. Moreover, there could be more than one size but a 55-inch is very well confirmed. The display will boast an industry-leading wide color gamut  deliver 113% (accuracy) under the DCI-P3 standard and 120% under the NTSC standard. OnePlus has also promised a premium audio experience with 8 speakers that will result in a 50W output.

OnePlus TV is expected to be powered by the MediaTek MT5670 processor. It also has a Gamma Color Magic chipset that offers dedicated picture optimization. There’s also Dolby Vision that will add ultra-vivid imaging technology to the already powerful QLED displays.

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3 Comments

  1. Roni Alush
    September 18, 2019

    Might has well been 1.5 million

  2. Abhishek Sinha`
    September 19, 2019

    OnePlus TV will have tough time in India if it’s pricing is in that bracket as there are more premium players like Sony, Panasonic, Samsung etc who are doing good in the television segment in India & everyone knows that India is price sensitive nation

  3. Vivekh Chand
    September 19, 2019

    With this price tag it’s going to be really tough for one plus in the market … But keeping the price tag of mobiles this is way to costlier.