OnePlus lastly detailed its debut TV set after weeks of slowly poking out data. The series OnePlus TV Q1 is coming to India for the first time. It feels like an impressive machine on the ground. It includes a Dolby Vision and HDR10 + supporting 55-inch, 4 K QLED board. A good mix of connectivity options is also included in Q1, with four HDMI 2.0 ports on the back and built-in WiFi as well as Bluetooth 5.0.

It will be shipping with Android TV as promised, including assistance for both Google Assistant and Alexa. You can enter text and change between Android TV applications on your smartphone using the OnePlus Connect app. The OnePlus TV will automatically reduce the volume of any content so you don't scramble to do that yourself. Chromecast assistance is also constructed into the TV straight.

However, the marketing strategy of OnePlus is more important than the television. The firm is planning to deliver two distinct OnePlus TV versions as it does with its smartphone range. They will be a standard model and a "Pro" version. Both designs will cost respectively INR 69,000 ($985) and INR 99,900 ($1407).

While both will come with built-in 50W soundbars that support Dolby Atmos, instead of a static four-speaker one, the Pro model uses a rotating eight-speaker range. The other large distinction is that a stand is shipped by the Pro model. OnePlus takes a page from Apple's novel for the more inexpensive Q1, and asks individuals to purchase a distinct dock that costs INR 2,990 ($42).

When OnePlus intends to begin distributing the Q1 series in the US, there's no word yet on, so we'll have to wait and see if OnePlus can translate the latest trend of smartphone businesses providing more costly "Pro" to the television industry. OnePlus fans in the U.S. have been looking forward to the OnePlus 7T until then.