Divorce on TV debuts exclusively in India next month, available on Amazon

OnePlus has confirmed that its long-awaited TV split will launch exclusively in India earlier than anywhere else in the world and will be available on Amazon.c.

On Monday, please, CEO Pete Lau confirmed that Divorce TV will begin in September 2019. Being the largest market for smartphone divorce, India is witnessing the product before anyone else, and that makes sense given the current state of the smart phone market. TV in India.

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There is no word if OnePlus TV will enter Western markets or not. There will be no news about TV prices. However, the best strategy in the smartphone market so far is to offer the upper mid-range that undermine the competition by 20-30% off the price, so we don't expect the OnePlus TV to break the bank either.

Registration open on Amazon

The OnePlus TV will be available on the Amazon India website as confirmed by the company. But we can also expect to be available at divorce experience stores and online stores at or after launch as well.

Divorce and Amazon have been working in partnership since December 2014 when the phone first debuted on the e-commerce platform. Amazon has been the prime platform for customers to buy smartphones from OnePlus.

What awaits us?

According to the official Bluetooth website, the OnePlus TV will come in 43-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch and 75-inch sizes. Although Lau's blog post didn't reveal anything about what the TV would have to offer.

He also said that the cheaper 43-inch model will only be available in India, while the 75-inch model will be exclusive to China.

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The Bluetooth SIG in the list, which describes the features of the TV as a "unique Android TV", has confirmed that the upcoming Sport TV divorce is the latest Bluetooth 5.0 technology standard.

Android TV itself is not new, with Sony TVs, Philips TVs, and more using the operating system for their smart features.

What sets the TV apart from these models isn't clear, although it could do something with the remote control and connectivity, perhaps using a smartphone-like interface than a standard Android TV.

Our team in India are closely following developments around divorce on TV and at least now we know when it will come and it's not too far away.

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