OnePlus TVs are all ready to launch in the budget-range segment to cater to more audiences in that space. OnePlus has made plans for the launch of these New set of TVs from a very long time and have also posted many teasers and features about these upcoming TVs in India.
The TV market in India has grown in a rocketing manner on e-commerce websites. Many users are in search of TVs that offer better features at fair pricing. The manufacturers like Mi, Realme have already ventured into this segment and have made a good number of sales compared to offline.
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OnePlus TVs that are going to get announced have about to come at affordable prices. The company itself has confirmed this by posting a picture on Twitter, revealing the prices leaving for the users to guess the prices. The prices mentioned here are Rs. 1X,999, Rs. 2X,999, and Rs. 4X. 999.
This poster leaves us with an assumption that OnePlus is launching a cheaper variant that will start under Rs.20,000. Next two models would be starting for Rs. 30,000, and Rs. 50,000, respectively. The post said that “It’s all that you need at a price that you want. Can you guess the price of the upcoming OnePlus TV Series?”.
The company has revealed some of the features of these affordable TVs recently. The TVs are said to come with a best-in-class screen experience that would offer Smart functionalities. OnePlus has also assured that the TVs are colourful with smoother display experience and has a 95 per cent screen-to-body ratio for an immersive experience.
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OnePlus has previously launched TVs that were targeted more to the premium segment with feature-rich experience. Now, they have made it to the budget segment TV market that is captured by companies like Mi, Vu and Realme. These OnePlus TVs are available for Pre-Booking on Amazon India.
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