OnePlus TV delivers excellent picture quality, but it’s not good enough to justify the high price tag Can you remember the last time you read a television’s specifications before buying it? No, right? It’s fine. No one does, not in India at least. That doesn’t mean specs don’t matter, it just means that a mainstream buyer doesn’t care what million to one contrast ratio, MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) etc. mean for him/her.
What matters is the picture quality as your eyes see it, audio as your ears hear it, and now even the operating system and connectivity. Well, the new OnePlus TV checks many of the right boxes in that regard. If you see it in a OnePlus Experience Store, you will certainly take a second glance at it. High quality content looks great on this TV, it delivers above average contrast and the colours look decent, if not absolutely punchy and out of this world. The TV is also sleek, built very nicely and would make any media center look classy. In fact, if specifications do matter to you, this TV supports HDR, Dolby Vision, has a QLED panel, the works. Combined all that with OnePlus’ fame for selling high end products at affordable prices and you have a winner, right? OnePlus TV Line-up Launched in India With Two 55-inch 4K TVs; Prices Start Rs 69,900 The OnePlus TV 55 Q1 is priced at Rs 69,900 and the OnePlus TV 55 Q1 Pro will set you back by Rs 99,900.