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OnePlus TV To Come With A 55” QLED In September

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OnePlus announced a few days ago that it willl unveil its OnePlus TV in September. Earlier the company had not shared any details about its TV, but now it has confirmed its OnePlus TV will feature a 55-inch QLED display.

Details are still scarce about the OnePlus TV, but it’s expected to come with an HDR panel, Bluetooth remote, and AI assistant.

It’s currently unclear how many versions of its TV OnePlus will launch next month, but if the rumors are to be believed, we should expect the Chinese brand to bring a total of four TVs to the market.

The OnePlus TV will make its debut in India first, with the company planning to expand its availability to North America, China, and Europe at a later date.

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