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OnePlus just launched its first OnePlus TV in India, as it had announced. There are two models — OnePlus TV 55 Q1 and OnePlus TV 55 Q1 Pro, both with 55-inch 4K QLED panels with 120% NTSC Color Gamut, Gamma Color Magic (with MEMC and De-Contour) picture quality chipset, Dolby Vision, 50W speakers with Dolby Atmos and Android TV 9.0 with updates for 3 years. On top there is OxygenPlay with deep cooperation with international and local content providers including YouTube, Prime Video, Eros Now, Hungama, Jio Cinema, Zee 5. Oxygen Video application covers local features and international content, exclusive content on shelves, high quality recommendation, convenient content search (voice search + search aggregation).

The Q1 Pro model has 8 speaker stereo system with a sliding soundbar that will slide down every time you turn on the TV, while the standard model comes with 4 speaker audio. The soundbar has mesh fabric with higher transparency that makes sure the sound passes through without any blockage. It has a 3-way digital crossover, 6-channel amplification, and an integrated 2.1 audio channel configuration for an immersive acoustic experience. The 8-speaker unit physical frequency division is equipped with four fullrange speakers, two tweeters, and two woofers.

The OnePlus TV 55 Q1 is priced at Rs. 69,900 and the OnePlus TV 55 Q1 Pro costs Rs. 99,900. These will be available from Amazon.in,oneplus.in, all OnePlus exclusive offline stores from September 28th.

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Is OnePlus TV Q1 worth ?
No selfie camera on TV ‘nor’ capable via OnePlus connect app. (that camera icon app is for taking screenshots)
May be casting only-option for video calls.
Also speakers are not 50w, it’s 20w.

55 inch
With same Dolby vision, Dolby Atmos – Motorola TV (IPS panel) and Vu TV (non IPS panel) costs 40k.
Without these Dolbys – Mi TV 55 (non IPS panel) costs 37k.
With these Dolbys – Mi TV (is panel) 65 inch costs 55k.

But all these are just LED TVs.
QLED TVs merely starts from 50k Blaupunkt and iffalcon.
In that way OnePlus TV is a great choice for considering qled.

But with 70k-2k=68k I can buy nearly 2 55 inch TV :sad:
Motorola IPS dv/da 55 inch TV (40-2=38k) + Mi non-IPS non-dv/da 55 inch TV (35k)
Or
1 65 inch and 1 32 inch
Mi 65 inch TV – IPS panel, non-dv/da (55k-2k=53k) + 1 Mi 32 inch smart TV at (11k-1k=10k) ?

Or
still worth buying OnePlus TV ? Nothing much extra features than qled.

Please give your suggestions
getready</a> <a href="https://www.desidime.com/users/301841" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Sins1995

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vickyVicky wrote:

Is OnePlus TV Q1 worth ?
No selfie camera on TV ‘nor’ capable via OnePlus connect app. (that camera icon app is for taking screenshots)
May be casting only-option for video calls.
Also speakers are not 50w, it’s 20w.

55 inch
With same Dolby vision, Dolby Atmos – Motorola TV (IPS panel) and Vu TV (non IPS panel) costs 40k.
Without these Dolbys – Mi TV 55 (non IPS panel) costs 37k.
With these Dolbys – Mi TV (is panel) 65 inch costs 55k.

But all these are just LED TVs.
QLED TVs merely starts from 50k Blaupunkt and iffalcon.
In that way OnePlus TV is a great choice for considering qled.

But with 70k-2k=68k I can buy 2 55 inch TV sad
Motorola IPS dv/da 55 inch TV (38k) + Mi non-IPS non-dv/da 55 inch TV (35k)

Or still worth buying OnePlus TV ? Nothing much extra features than qled.
Please give your suggestions
@getready @Sins1995

Amazon is giving extra 5K CB as APay balance

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Just finished attending the event. Had a chance to explore the OnePlus TV’s. Pricing seems good if not the best.

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malikcool wrote:

Just finished attending the event. Had a chance to explore the OnePlus TV’s. Pricing seems good if not the best.

Display wise you wouldn’t be noticing any difference compared to other QLED
Its not the slimmest TV available but one advantage is the software updates + Phone integration
About Sound..I feel they might be exaggerating..will see if I can attend the pop up event tomorrow

The presentation was such a mess, they stressed too much on unwanted details. Even their website lacks a lot of details about the TV (There’s no info anywhere on the displays brightness levels)

Around 70k I feel iFFalcon 65" QLED is also a good option if you’re looking for a big size TV

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barinder2685335 wrote:

Mi 65 inch seems to be good deal of we consider price

Nah
That lags way beyond (especially the display) if you compare it to OPTV. Its just a beefed up version of 55" that’s selling for 37k this sale

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I think a 55 to 65 inch upgrade is a better viewing experience than a jump from LED to QLED.

I would rather choose a 65 inch LED and spend another 20K on sound.

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getready wrote:

Amazon is giving extra 5K CB as APay balance

Sale or no sale, the only reason cashback is offered is to make sure someone at least buys the product. That itself says about the product/pricing.
On the contrary, if a product is worth more than its price, people don’t mind paying even above its base price.
Remember how some of redmi phones sold in black?

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DrDrunkenstein wrote:

I think a 55 to 65 inch upgrade is a better viewing experience than a jump from LED to QLED.

I would rather choose a 65 inch LED and spend another 20K on sound.

Once a dimer commented, for viewing cable TV channels mostly, 65 inch bigger TVs is a disadvantage.
I have a doubt, will qled makes a difference to see cable TV channels, from led ? Or is it too no effect…..!?
@getready

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Samsung qled tv @ 79k looks much better. Though qled is not oled. Before biying online check live and compare

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vickyVicky wrote:

Once a dimer commented, for viewing cable TV channels mostly, 65 inch bigger TVs is a disadvantage.
I have a doubt, will qled makes a difference to see cable TV channels, from led ? Or is it too no effect…..!?
@getready

Cable TV FHD streaming should be fine if you main certain viewing distance (No greater use of QLED Panel for Cable TV )
For what I remember, Samsung QLED TVs (even the recently sold 55" QLED for 90k) had 1000 nits brightness levels. This is how they marketed that their QLEDs can go crazy bright (while most budget 4K TVs stop @ 300/400 nits
Having better brightness levels greatly helps HDR/DV videos. Not sure what’s the max brightness of optv but they hardly talked about it. The only place where they talked about brightness is when giving a demo for Dolby vision
They stressed too much on color accuracy/levels (minute difference compared to competition)

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jthakar wrote:

Samsung qled tv @ 79k looks much better. Though qled is not oled. Before biying online check live and compare

Entry level Samsung QLED TVs are waste
Recently Croma had this on clearance for 87k effective (In stock for atleast 3 days)
https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/587268/original/in-qledtv-q8cn-qa55q8cnakxxl-fronttitanumsilver-102242278__01.jpg?1569517945

https://www.samsung.com/in/tvs/qledtv-q8cn/QA55...
Pretty great deal if you can get one Android TV box

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vickyVicky wrote:

Is OnePlus TV Q1 worth ?
No selfie camera on TV ‘nor’ capable via OnePlus connect app. (that camera icon app is for taking screenshots)
May be casting only-option for video calls.
Also speakers are not 50w, it’s 20w.

55 inch
With same Dolby vision, Dolby Atmos – Motorola TV (IPS panel) and Vu TV (non IPS panel) costs 40k.
Without these Dolbys – Mi TV 55 (non IPS panel) costs 37k.
With these Dolbys – Mi TV (is panel) 65 inch costs 55k.

But all these are just LED TVs.
QLED TVs merely starts from 50k Blaupunkt and iffalcon.
In that way OnePlus TV is a great choice for considering qled.

But with 70k-2k=68k I can buy nearly 2 55 inch TV :sad:
Motorola IPS dv/da 55 inch TV (40-2=38k) + Mi non-IPS non-dv/da 55 inch TV (35k)
Or
1 65 inch and 1 32 inch
Mi 65 inch TV – IPS panel, non-dv/da (55k-2k=53k) + 1 Mi 32 inch smart TV at (11k-1k=10k) ?

Or
still worth buying OnePlus TV ? Nothing much extra features than qled.

Please give your suggestions
getready</a> <a href="https://www.desidime.com/users/301841" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Sins1995

I think Unlike phones, which are now brought more frequently, TV are a one time investment for many years.

Hence the better the brand(specially in Big screen Tv’s), the better it is.

Also Oneplus seems to be the only TV brand to guarantee 3 years of update.

So i would totally say to go and check it out in Oneplus stores , if u are on a look out for brand new T.V

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manyfacegod wrote:

I think Unlike phones, which are now brought more frequently, TV are a one time investment for many years.

Hence the better the brand(specially in Big screen Tv’s), the better it is.

Also Oneplus seems to be the only TV brand to guarantee 3 years of update.

So i would totally say to go and check it out in Oneplus stores , if u are on a look out for brand new T.V

True …Samsung OS is slow and no updates , using from last year

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vickyVicky wrote:

Is OnePlus TV Q1 worth ?
No selfie camera on TV ‘nor’ capable via OnePlus connect app. (that camera icon app is for taking screenshots)
May be casting only-option for video calls.
Also speakers are not 50w, it’s 20w.

55 inch
With same Dolby vision, Dolby Atmos – Motorola TV (IPS panel) and Vu TV (non IPS panel) costs 40k.
Without these Dolbys – Mi TV 55 (non IPS panel) costs 37k.
With these Dolbys – Mi TV (is panel) 65 inch costs 55k.

But all these are just LED TVs.
QLED TVs merely starts from 50k Blaupunkt and iffalcon.
In that way OnePlus TV is a great choice for considering qled.

But with 70k-2k=68k I can buy nearly 2 55 inch TV :sad:
Motorola IPS dv/da 55 inch TV (40-2=38k) + Mi non-IPS non-dv/da 55 inch TV (35k)
Or
1 65 inch and 1 32 inch
Mi 65 inch TV – IPS panel, non-dv/da (55k-2k=53k) + 1 Mi 32 inch smart TV at (11k-1k=10k) ?

Or
still worth buying OnePlus TV ? Nothing much extra features than qled.

Please give your suggestions
getready</a> <a href="https://www.desidime.com/users/301841" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Sins1995

Oneplus definitely good … but 1.2 times expensive
Motorola – Specs are good but cannot say till release
Mi TV – Mi 4X series is Junk (panel is below average quality and hardware is good)
VU – It was good earlier but all latest models are non-IPS panels and giving poor viewing angles

Coming back to the initial question, oneplus is more worth than others at least, because build quality will be as good as samsung/sony, only negative side is little expensive. Note even oneplus TV has non-IPS panel (uses VA panel), if you like IPS, Motorola is the only choice, no confusion

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OP TV is not in my list now.

Will consider iFFalcon/VU/Mi TVs.
My primary use is DTH. Will use Prime Video/Online content as well but that’s secondary (Less use).

Looking for a 55" TV with smooth experience and good audio/visual for a long term use.

I think 4k would be future proof.

TVs from Mi lags? @getready as you mentioned above. How is it compared to VU/TCL?

@vickyVicky

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Sins1995 wrote:

OP TV is not in my list now.

Will consider iFFalcon/VU/Mi TVs.
My primary use is DTH. Will use Prime Video/Online content as well but that’s secondary (Less use).

Looking for a 55" TV with smooth experience and good audio/visual for a long term use.

I think 4k would be future proof.

TVs from Mi lags? @getready as you mentioned above. How is it compared to VU/TCL?

@vickyVicky

I was just stating how Mi TV 4x series is in comparison with OPTV
I have not tested 55" but used 49" Mi TV for a while and it lags often

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getready wrote:

I was just stating how Mi TV 4x series is in comparison with OPTV
I have not tested 55" but used 49" Mi TV for a while and it lags often

Be it 49" or 55".. UI will be same right?

How does it compared with iFFalcon?

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Be it 49" or 55".. UI will be same right?

How does it compared with iFFalcon?

UI will be the same for all
OnePlus TV, iFFalcon, Mi TV…
All these are official certified android TVs and they won’t look any different visually
The only difference with OPTV is there’s Oxygen Play, again it’s just an app but functionality wise OP seems to have customised it

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UI will be the same for all
OnePlus TV, iFFalcon, Mi TV…
All these are official certified android TVs and there won’t be look any different visually
The only difference with OPTV is there’s Oxygen Play, again it’s just an app but functionality wise OP seems to have customised it

Ok. I thought u were telling about that patchwall.

Got it. plus1 plus1

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getready wrote:

I was just stating how Mi TV 4x series is in comparison with OPTV
I have not tested 55" but used 49" Mi TV for a while and it lags often

We have 3 TV’s @ home 2 mi & one Samsung (Qled). Regarding the picture quality there’s a huge difference. So does the price. stuck_out_tongue

Also, regarding your point of lags. It does but it’s like 1 out of 10 times.

But after buying 2 Mi TV’s I will prefer to put some extra to get a Qled from a good brand.

Also my initial impressions are good for OnePlus Qled TV. They have used a excellent Qled panel similar to what Samsung use.

By the way How’s your experience with iffalcon?

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getready wrote:

Display wise you wouldn’t be noticing any difference compared to other QLED
Its not the slimmest TV available but one advantage is the software updates + Phone integration
About Sound..I feel they might be exaggerating..will see if I can attend the pop up event tomorrow

The presentation was such a mess, they stressed too much on unwanted details. Even their website lacks a lot of details about the TV (There’s no info anywhere on the displays brightness levels)

Around 70k I feel iFFalcon 65" QLED is also a good option if you’re looking for a big size TV

1. True.
2. True.
3. Yes they are promising to provide 3 years of android updates.
4. Can’t say as the experience zone was too noisy because there were like 400+ people.
5. Correct!

Off topic :-;But I like the presentation of Carl pei. For Pete lau 2/10. stuck_out_tongue

6.iffalcon :- 70k on this brand? Any personal experience?

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malikcool wrote:

We have 3 TV’s @ home 2 mi & one Samsung (Qled). Regarding the picture quality there’s a huge difference. So does the price. stuck_out_tongue

Also, regarding your point of lags. It does but it’s like 1 out of 10 times.

But after buying 2 Mi TV’s I will prefer to put some extra to get a Qled from a good brand.

Also my initial impressions are good for OnePlus Qled TV. They have used a excellent Qled panel similar to what Samsung use.

By the way How’s your experience with iffalcon?

Its just slow
Haven’t u noticed how long it takes to boot? 49" if u have*
May be I’m being way too critical here 😛 but if they’re using same internals on their 47k 55" TV then it’s bad
Also the HDR display panel is pathetic. Now just after an year they launched 50" 4k for the same price
And For the compatibility part, It doesn’t support Dolby Digital audio files (only DTS). Video formats I think it supports almost all.

I’m still waiting for OP to update all the specs
I don’t think they mentioned anything about CPU/GPU/RAM/Storage options during the launch event. If they are using high end internals, 3gb ram + 32/64gb storage then may be I will consider

About iFFalcon , I haven’t used any of their TV but their 65" QLED TV is another rebranded TCL TV. Brands like BPL, Thompson also launch rebranded TCL TVs here.
According to amazon reviews, the display panel quality they used is also pretty good
I’m also expecting Vu 65" or 75" QLED to be sold @ 70k/80k this sale

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Its just slow
Haven’t u noticed how long it takes to boot? 49" if u have*
May be I’m being way too critical here 😛 but if they’re using same internals on their 47k 55" TV then it’s bad
Also the HDR display panel is pathetic. Now just after an year they launched 50" 4k for the same price
And For the compatibility part, It doesn’t support Dolby Digital audio files (only DTS). Video formats I think it supports almost all.

I’m still waiting for OP to update all the specs
I don’t think they mentioned anything about CPU/GPU/RAM/Storage options during the launch event. If they are using high end internals, 3gb ram + 32/64gb storage then may be I will consider

About iFFalcon , I haven’t used any of their TV but their 65" QLED TV is another rebranded TCL TV. Brands like BPL, Thompson also launch rebranded TCL TVs here.
According to amazon reviews, the display panel quality they used is also pretty good
I’m also expecting Vu 65" or 75" QLED to be sold @ 70k/80k this sale

We have two mi TVs. One is just 32-inch 720p panel (Bought it because of an awesome deal) but let’s not talk about 32-inch. Second, we have 4x pro 55 inches and It boots up within 8-10 seconds. Maybe some software/firmware issue on your tv?

Regarding the picture I already said I would never prefer to buy the MITV until it’s not OLED. The picture quality/colour looks washed out when we compare side by side from Samsung. Also, the brightness of the panel is quite low It should be somewhere around 250 nits referring MITV 55 inch. Don’t know how can they called it as an HDR tv with such a low brightness level. Just a marketing GIMMICK!

Yes, I can prefer VU but iFFalcon would rather not go with it. From now I think I am more Inkling to Oneplus tv 69K one.

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thisis.ravi538479 wrote:

Oneplus definitely good … but 1.2 times expensive
Motorola – Specs are good but cannot say till release
Mi TV – Mi 4X series is Junk (panel is below average quality and hardware is good)
VU – It was good earlier but all latest models are non-IPS panels and giving poor viewing angles

Coming back to the initial question, oneplus is more worth than others at least, because build quality will be as good as samsung/sony, only negative side is little expensive. Note even oneplus TV has non-IPS panel (uses VA panel), if you like IPS, Motorola is the only choice, no confusion

Where you get to know that it is VA panel ?!
Disappointed to know despite its QLED panel.

Motorola 55 inch 4k, seems promising Dolby vision, Dolby Atmos with IPS panel, Android 9, joystick at 40k. No other TVs has Dolby V/A with IPS combo.
Or these features are trap, and any negatives about this Moto TV ?
@malikcool @getready


I’m a big fan of Mi phones, never suggest Moto phones to friend. Me buying Moto TV is like confusions.

Previously got Micromax TV, and it didn’t even last long (poor service, bought before Mi launched TVs in India). Moto TVs being new, have doubts about their services………. Actually they clubbed with Flipkart (Jeeves) for services.

Also I can save 25k and buy another TV to another room.
Also, main content is dth only, online rare…. So qled not required, led fine.
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We have two mi TVs. One is just 32-inch 720p panel (Bought it because of an awesome deal) but let’s not talk about 32-inch. Second, we have 4x pro 55 inches and It boots up within 8-10 seconds. Maybe some software/firmware issue on your tv?

Regarding the picture I already said I would never prefer to buy the MITV until it’s not OLED. The picture quality/colour looks washed out when we compare side by side from Samsung. Also, the brightness of the panel is quite low It should be somewhere around 250 nits referring MITV 55 inch. Don’t know how can they called it as an HDR tv with such a low brightness level. Just a marketing GIMMICK!

Yes, I can prefer VU but iFFalcon would rather not go with it. From now I think I am more Inkling to Oneplus tv 69K one.

Same mi TV colour looks washed out and UI is not snappy.
Wasted money..but at that time no one is giving 55inch at that price. Stay away from mi TV’s..

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Simbha3 wrote:

Same mi TV colour looks washed out and UI is not snappy.
Wasted money..but at that time no one is giving 55inch at that price. Stay away from mi TV’s..

And mi phones too… crappy adware os.

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malikcool wrote:

We have two mi TVs. One is just 32-inch 720p panel (Bought it because of an awesome deal) but let’s not talk about 32-inch. Second, we have 4x pro 55 inches and It boots up within 8-10 seconds. Maybe some software/firmware issue on your tv?

Regarding the picture I already said I would never prefer to buy the MITV until it’s not OLED. The picture quality/colour looks washed out when we compare side by side from Samsung. Also, the brightness of the panel is quite low It should be somewhere around 250 nits referring MITV 55 inch. Don’t know how can they called it as an HDR tv with such a low brightness level. Just a marketing GIMMICK!

Yes, I can prefer VU but iFFalcon would rather not go with it. From now I think I am more Inkling to Oneplus tv 69K one.

Vu is just another brand like Micromax which sells rebranded TVs unlike iFFalcon which is a TCL sub brand
But their (Vu) service has been good which is why so many recommend their brand

About Mi TV, on paper / based on reviews 55" 4x has a much better display compared to 55" 4 pro (slim model)
4x one also has a 10bit (HDR10) Panel
Whatever it is, QLED panels look a lot better than normal LED

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Which is this version “Mi TV, 55” 4x"? They have only mi tv 4x pro. Or they have two versions? I Was referring 4x pro 55 inches which is bad in terms of picture quality.

Absolutely. QLED is a QLED normal LED can’t compete it whether it’s from any brand.

@getready

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