OnePlus TV specs surface, MediaTek MT5670 SoC and 3GB RAM in tow

24 August 2019
The company has already confirmed that its TV will sport a 55" QLED display.

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Anonymous, 24 Aug 2019Check the dpi before commentary dude...Enlighten me, please, dude.
Do the math and tell how big would be a 4K screen with 320 DPI (PPI). 55" or rather something little closer to smartphone (or tablet) screen size.

Thanks in advance, dude.

PS. Thing is, that something in data provided in article's screenshot is messed up.

Anonymous, 24 Aug 2019When you compare these specs to other smart TVs (Sony, Samsung, ... moreWell exactly this should and would be nice competitor (and i really think a bit better) to Sharp,Sony Bravia, Panasonic, LG and other tv brands.

How about it comes with SD 855+ with 128GB ufs 3.0 storage, 8GB RAM, high res ToF camera and 32MP front camera and give a controller along with TV remote to play games directly on TV and partner with developers to make games which use ToF camera for motion detect (say a bowling game) it will be an interesting approach and I dont think whatever 1+ is going to unveil is going to be cheap

Well, oneplus blew their chance, people don't upgrade TV every year or two like smartphone and if you are competing with premium segment then people tend to incline towards already established brands when they are paying premium price as they have well established reputation for the durability of their products. Affordable pricing is the only strategy left for Oneplus. Because whenever someone speak about oneplus or xiaomi first thing comes in our mind is product affordability.

  • Anonymous

gringo, 24 Aug 2019These days, MediaTek want to throw all its garbage on TV and Sma... moreWhen you compare these specs to other smart TVs (Sony, Samsung, etc.) it is quite impressive. You have to consider that most TVs ship with only 1GB of RAM, and poor software support. Knowing Oneplus' expertise in software optimisation (e.g. Oxygen OS), the Mediatek SOC should be more than sufficient. You shouldn't dismiss Mediatek chips solely due to preconceived biases.

  • Anonymous

Szczebrzeszyn, 24 Aug 2019"taille d’écran 1920 x 1080" suggests it's a FHD device,... moreCheck the dpi before commentary dude...

Oh I get it! 90Hz TVs!!

  • leugimrc

it would be awesome 1 tv with a smarthpone in it. or just the conections made easy to conect a smartphone or a TAB no mather the brand.

  • Sunny Chechi

It looks its a 43 inch screen TV. Their 55 inch should have 4K pixel. With this specifications, I dont this they can competitive with upcoming honor TV or any other brands available in India.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 24 Aug 2019Would have captured the market if they would targeted mid range ... moreRight? I would rather get a TV from established and reputable brands like Samsung, LG, Sony etc. OnePlus blew it, I hope the company is forced to drop the price because of low sales.

  • gringo

These days, MediaTek want to throw all its garbage on TV and Smartphones ... at all costs!

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 24 Aug 2019- no 3.5 mm jack? - no memory card? - under display fingerprin... moreWhat if....

they just connected their latest flagship with hdmi/wifi direct to a dumb tv?

I wonder.

  • Anonymous

- no 3.5 mm jack?
- no memory card?
- under display fingerprint? to unlock tv ...
- no user removable battery?
- comes up with powerbank? just in case power outtage ...
- no jack? all wireless includes nfc ...
... never settle ...

Szczebrzeszyn, 24 Aug 2019"taille d’écran 1920 x 1080" suggests it's a FHD device,... moreOk I stand corrected

ThunderCrackR, 24 Aug 2019Why do companies think that underpowered TVs are nice? That SOC ... moreThis is why I prefer TV boxes, easier to upgrade, if there's better options.

itsAokay, 24 Aug 2019*4k qled"taille d’écran 1920 x 1080" suggests it's a FHD device, not 4K.

"The resolution is listed as 1080p, but that's likely for the menu, with the TV switching to 4K when required." sounds strange. No one sells 4K TV providing information about its "menu resolution" instead of screen res.

  • Anonymous

Would have captured the market if they would targeted mid range budget prices...

Why do companies think that underpowered TVs are nice? That SOC on a phone would be rubbish. Even if Android TV has less services included, it is still Android and resource-hungry. The same about my Philips Android TV, which struggles sometimes to change channels..

Anonymous, 24 Aug 2019"only focusing on the flagship premium positioning" 55", 1080 l... more*4k qled

  • Adul Al Salami Kebab

shaf man, 24 Aug 2019interesting to see a oneplus device having a mediatek Soc Its a TV who the hell flashes custom ROMs on TVs?!!