OnePlus TV U1S launched in India: Price, screen sizes, availability and more

At its Summer Launch event, OnePlus has expanded its smart TV lineup with the launch of OnePlus TV U1S range in India.
The company has launched three screen sizes of the OnePlus TV U1S — 50-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch.
OnePlus TV U1S price and availability
The OnePlus TV U1S can be purchased at Rs 39,999. This is the price of the 50-inch TV. The 55-inch model and 65-inch models have been priced at Rs 47,999 and Rs 62,999 respectively.

Along with these models, the company is selling a detachable camera at Rs 2,499.
The OnePlus TV U1S will be available on open sale starting tomorrow, 11 June at 12 PM on Amazon.in, OnePlus.in, Flipkart.com, as well as partner retail stores.
OnePlus TV U1S launch offers
OnePlus is offering up to 9 months no cost EMI and instant discount of Rs 4000, Rs 3000, and Rs 2000 on OnePlus TV 65 U1S, OnePlus TV 55 U1S and OnePlus TV 50 U1S, respectively, upon purchase through HDFC Bank Credit Cards, Credit Card EMI and Debit Card EMI. There is a 10% cashback on OnePlus TV U1S for select American Express cards only on OnePlus.in.
Customers can avail free IoT products such as Amazon Echo Dot via purchase through Amazon.in or the OnePlus Buds Z via purchase through Flipkart.com from June 10-June 17.
OnePlus TV U1S specs
The OnePlus TV U1S offers 4K UHD display with 93% DCI-P3 Wide Color Gamut, HDR10, HLG, as well as HDR10+ certifications. The screen to body ration of the devices is claimed to be 95%.

OnePlus claims that the advanced Gamma Engine, consisting of 50+ customised algorithms is able to optimise image quality in real time. It offers Advanced Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation (MEMC) for elevate video frame rate and motion blur.
The OnePlus TV U1S comes with Speak Now feature that is a hands-free voice control. OnePlus users will be able to connect their OnePlus wearables such as the OnePlus Watch, OnePlus Buds and OnePlus Buds Z to the TV. Also, the OnePlus Watch will come with the functionality to turn the TV on and off, scroll through content, control the TV volume and other TV settings.
The OnePlus TV U1S smart TVs run on Android TV 10 platform and comes pre-loaded with the OnePlus Connect app (2.0 version) that is said to enable smartphone users to use their handsets as remotes with controls like volume, TypeSync, Trackpad Control and more.
For audio purposes, the 65-inch model of the OnePlus TV U1S smart TV houses a four-unit speaker system offering 30W output. While the55-inch and 50-inch models come equipped with a two-unit speaker.
As an accessory, OnePlus has also launched a OnePlus TV camera that can be connected to Google Duo to allow users to host video calls.


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