Oppo is the latest smartphone company that wants to make its way into Smart TV territory. The Guangdong-based manufacturer already said we should expect a TV, and now it revealed the official launch date – October 19, with a special event set to take place in Shanghai, China.
The teaser itself does not reveal anything more than the date. However, thanks to 3C certifications, we know to expect two TVs – A65UB00 and A55UB00, obviously the first coming with a 65” panel, the other with a 55” diagonal.
According to some sources, the teaser actually says the TV will have a selfie camera for some reason. We expect to learn details in the upcoming seven days to the event, but so far we expect a 4K QLED panel with 120Hz refresh rate and a MEMC chip.
The Oppo’s new TV features a Google Assistant, Play Store, Chromecast, a Full HD display, LED panel, the noise reduction technology, and Dolby audio support. To connect all the devices that you want there are multiple ports to connect to play the video games and binge-worthy TV series.
There is an official announcement about the pricing of the Oppo smart TV which expected to have around $350/ Rs. 25,000(approx).
Recently many Chinese companies – Xiaomi, Huawei, Motorola, and OnePlus released smart TVs. On September 7th Xiaomi will unveil all-new TV series Mi Horizon Edition in India. With this India will be the first company to get this amazon new edition. The device comes with a Quintessential display and runs on the latest PatchWall UI.
Oppo brings all-new technology with an affordable price range for its upcoming TV series. We have to wait for the launch and see how the first TV from Oppo works.
The 32-inch variant comes with an HD display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, the 43-inch model comes with a full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It has features like Oxygen Play, OnePlus Connect, and more, promising users an enhanced smart TV experience at competitive prices. It comes with two 10W speakers and also has support for Dolby Audio.
In the software department, the TV models run Oxygen Play UI on top of Google’s Android TV 9 operating system — same as the OnePlus TV Q1 series launched last year. It also comes with features like Kids Mode, Data Saver+, and more.