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OnePlus to Launch TV in India

OnePlus to Launch TV in India

OnePlus will unleash its new TV in September; before rolling out in India first. The company spoke about its TV project last year.

The TVs will be launched in India first, followed by China, Europe, and North America, said Pete Lau, OnePlus India CEO. Mr. Lau added that TV is not only a medium for watching the favorite TV show but it also has the capability to do more than that.

According to reports, OnePlus TVs will be equipped with LED display technology and Android. The screen size of the TVs will range between 43 to 75 inches.

Since the last six years, the company has been emphasizing on the development of the best smartphone possible. In the process, their team and community have learned about many things such as product development, software, hardware, design and providing the best possible user experience. 

Mr. Lau believes that rolling out a TV product from scratch isn’t easy. The company has been working hard from the past two years to fulfill its goal and vision; the focus has been great so that OnePlus is able to share the new product with the world.

The company is very careful in every step it takes, in order to tap on a single market at a time. Without being 100 percent focused, it would not be able to create continued success.

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