OnePlus’ new smart TVs will support Dolby Vision and the company’s “Cinematic Display” and “Gamma Engine” technologies

OnePlus’ new smart TVs will support Dolby Vision and the company’s “Cinematic Display” and “Gamma Engine” technologies

OnePlus entered the smart TV segment in India last year with the launch of two premium 4K QLED TVs. The TVs were launched at a starting price of ₹70,000 (~$990 at the time) and were heavily criticized for their exorbitant pricing. In response, OnePlus recently revealed that it was working on two new affordable smart TVs for the Indian market. OnePlus is scheduled to launch the new TVs on July 2nd and we already know that the company will be offering a 32-inch and a 43-inch model.

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Thanks to a Bluetooth SIG listing of the TVs, we also know that the 32-inch model may sport an HD panel (1366 x 768), and the 43-inch model may feature a Full HD (1920 x 1080) panel. Both the smart TVs will also include support for Bluetooth 5.0. Furthermore, the company has teased the tentative pricing for TVs, revealing that at least one model will be priced below ₹20,000 (~$263). Now, in a recent post on the OnePlus community forums, the company has revealed a few more details about its upcoming smart TVs.

According to the post, the new TVs will feature OnePlus’ Cinematic Display technology with panels that cover 93% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, even on the entry-level TV. Along with that, the mid-range model will utilize OnePlus’ Gamma Engine suite of technologies which “includes a range of processing enhancements, such as super resolution, dynamic contrast, MEMC, color space mapping, anti-aliasing, and noise reduction” to improve picture quality. Much like the Q1 series, the upcoming OnePlus smart TVs will also feature Dolby Vision certification.


Source: OnePlus community forums

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