In recent weeks, often enough teaser and leaked, now officially: The first TV sets from the House OnePlus. Based on Android TV with customized interface and an update promise for the next three years. Smart assistants include the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. A sleek and minimalist design distinguishes the 55K QLED with 4K resolution that supports Dolby Vision and HDR10 +.
|Display:||55-inch panel3840 x 2160 pixelsQLED-backlit Vertical Alignment (VA) panel16:9 aspect ratio|
|Processor:||MediaTek MT56704 x Cortex A53 @ 1.5GHzMali G51 GPU|
|Audio:||50W output4 x full-range speakers2 x subwoofers2 x tweeters|
|Connectivity:||4 x HDMI (HDMI 2 eARC)1 x USB 3.01 x USB 2.0Optical Audio inputEthernet port3.5mm jack for AV input (converter included in the box)USB-C for MTP and support for USB-C drivesIR receiverDual-band Wi-FiBluetooth 5.0|
OnePlus builds a setup of eight speakers with a total of 50 watts to provide a "surreal surround sound experience" through Dolby Atmos support. The speaker bar lowers from the bottom of the TV and rises back into the case when not in use. OnePlus is launching two models in India: the Q1 and the Q1 Pro. Both have the same 55-inch 4K QLED panel and share most of the features, with the only difference being the soundbar.
The Q1 Pro features the aforementioned 8-driver built-in soundbar, which delivers 50W of sound, and the Q1 has a four-driver design that also delivers 50Watt sound. In all other areas the two models are identical. The Q1 is equivalent to 900 euros, 1200 euros cost the model Q1 Pro. For now, the OnePlus TV will only be launched in India. OnePlus CEO Lau said last month, "We're also working hard to launch OnePlus TV in the North America, Europe and China regions as we partner with regional content providers."