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

Sagar, 24 August 2019

The OnePlus TV coming next month is confirmed to sport a 55" QLED display. Now some more details of this TV have surfaced.

A screenshot of what appears to be a Google Play Developer Console listing reveals that OnePlus TV, codenamed "Dosa" (a South Indian dish), will be powered by a yet-unknown MediaTek MT5670 SoC and have a Mali-G51 GPU in tow.

OnePlus TV specs surface, Android Pie and 3GB RAM in tow

The OnePlus TV will have 3GB RAM and will run Android Pie. The resolution is listed as 1080p, but that's likely for the menu, with the TV switching to 4K when required.

In an interview with Gadgets360, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau revealed that the TV will run an "improved UI" atop Android TV and that it will provide an enhanced experience to OnePlus smartphone users, like offering a "seamless" way to enter a text on the OnePlus TV using a OnePlus phone.

OnePlus TV specs surface, Android Pie and 3GB RAM in tow

Lau further said that OnePlus TV won't be budget-friendly like Xiaomi's Mi TV range as the company is "only focusing on the flagship premium positioning" and that they are benchmarking against premium products from Samsung and Sony.

However, OnePlus' offering will be slightly cheaper than that of Samsung and Sony's because of its strategic partnership with Amazon.

OnePlus will launch its TV in India first, but it also has plans to expand its availability in other markets. The company doesn't have a timeframe for that, though.

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 03 Sep 2019
  • fCE

Mediatek is a sheer disappointment. What made OnePlus drive towards it? I'm sure it is not the community who polled for mediatek. Even the midranger snapdragon could have done the job better than any other mediatek. I thought OnePlus always f...

  • Anonymous
  • 30 Aug 2019
  • kxN

The only specs that matter when it comes to a TV are the ones that pertain to image quality of the panel.

That's seriously overkill for a TV

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