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OnePlus TV, Perfect Choice for Turning Living Room to Theatre

The OnePlus TV interface based on the Android TV provides the most holistic smart TV experience

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With the latest OnePlus product, a user can be assured of a TV experience that is seamless and clutter-free. Pixabay

Television is a very imperative part of our lifestyle and family time, making it an important household investment. When its an investment, buying a quality product is imperative.

OnePlus TV is the perfect choice for turning a living room to a theatre.

With the latest OnePlus product, a user can be assured of a TV experience that is seamless and clutter-free. The OnePlus TV interface based on the Android TV provides the most holistic smart TV experience. This also enables quick connectivity with your android device and offers a ton of great features like the Google Assistant, Built-in Chromecast, Play Store and YouTube for your smart home.

The OnePlus Q1 Pro comes with a sliding soundbar which compliments the picture quality with immersive acoustic experience. The horizon lights on the stereo speakers provide a futuristic experience to show off to your friends. The 8-speaker stereo system on the OnePlus TV finds the perfect balance between excellent speakers and stunning exterior design.

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OnePlus TV is the perfect choice for turning a living room to a theatre. Pixabay

With the OnePlus TV, one can be assured of the dynamic viewing experience each time. The synchronously optimized algorithm and hardware, the Gamma Colour Magic on the OnePlus TV brings the highest level of performance and phenomenal image quality.

With this new product, a user can be sure of the vivid details in the pictures, bright colours and optimal contrasts that make the dark even darker and the bright even brighter. The Dolby VisionTM on the OnePlus TV provides clarity in both the dark and the bright areas in every frame with clearer and more vibrant colours.

The Dolby Atmos on the TVs creates the sound to excite your senses and leaves you feeling like you’re a part of what you’re watching.

The bezel-less screen gives maximum body to screen ratio and the matte-finished seamless mesh fabric ensure that the acoustic effect quality is not ruined for you. The Carbon Fiber Pattern Back Cover on the OnePlus TV offers an exquisite hand feel and premium design aesthetic.

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To avoid the hassle of looking for the remote, here’s the OnePlus Connect app. It helps in connecting smartphone to the TV and use it as a remote. The Quick App Switch offers you the experience of smooth navigation. One can also capture screenshots of your TV, using the OnePlus connect app.

The OnePlus TV ensures that there is no hindrance in your phone conversations. It reduces the volume of the TV automatically during incoming calls, will recover the volume when calls end. No need to adjust manually anymore.

With the OnePlus TV, it is easier to configure the network for your TV if mobile is connected to the internet.

The OnePlus TV ensures that a user have a variety of content to browse through and that you are also updated with the latest stuff. The OnePlus TV comes with deep integration with international and local content providers including YouTube, Prime Video, Eros Now, Hungama, Jio Cinema, Zee 5. (IANS)

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OnePlus 7T: Blazing Fast All-rounder (Tech Review)

Those looking for a better camera phone should consider Pixel 3a which also has a small form factor. If camera is not the priority, then everything else about OnePlus 7T should tick

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By Krishna Sinha Chaudhary

Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus broke its two-phones-a-year strategy this year with launching two devices in the OnePlus 7 series in the first half and the OnePlus 7T now.

However, like every year, the handset maker has unveiled the ‘T’ iteration with an additional upgrade. The firm has been following this strategy since the launch of OnePlus 3 in 2016.

The OnePlus 7 has a form factor that is smaller than the 7 Pro but larger than the ‘7’. It is also heavier than OnePlus 7 and weighs a little less than 7 Pro.

We used the Glacier Blue OnePlus 7T with a configuration of 8GB+256GB that was launched for Rs 39,999 in India and here’s our verdict of the smartphone.

OnePlus has brought quality handsets for a relatively cheaper price (when compared to other flagship Android phones) and this phone follows suit.

Talking about physical appearance, the handset sports a big 6.55-inch screen and an aspect ratio of 20:9 with a small tear drop notch that sits at the top.

The Fluid AMOLED screen has a 90Hz refresh rate that translated into smooth scrolling and switching between apps. Contrast and colours were good but they looked way better in the ‘vivid’ mode.

The display is inferior when compared to the pricier 7 Pro and were a little warmer in tone as well.

The rear circular camera module does not sit flush. In fact, the huge bump makes it quite wobbly when placed on a flat surface. It is prone to scratches and damage if used without a protective cover.

The frosted rear was better than most glossy phones and had better resistance against fingerprint smudges.

Despite having curved edges, this is definitely not very ergonomic and operating it with single hand would be a difficult task.

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The under-display fingerprint sensor was reasonably fast.

There’s no official IP rating against water and dust resistance which is a big disappointment.

The physical slider for tweaking the alert modes is still on the right but OnePlus has done away with a standard 3.5mm jack in favour of a USB Type-C.

The triple camera set up is a combination of a 48MP main sensor, a 16MP sensor and a 12MP lens.

All images came out nice in bright light but the camera struggled to produce detailed results. A little noise in the photos was always there. Also, the background blur looked a bit artificial at times.

Battery capacity is 3,800mAh which is supported by Warp Charge 30T and according to the handset maker, it is faster than Warp Charge 30. Once again, there’s no wireless charging.

Despite a slight increase in the battery capacity from the 3,700mAh battery on OnePlus 7, the 90Hz screen and energy consuming Qualcomm Snapdragon’s latest 855+ chipset let this phone deliver average battery life at best.

OnePlus’ proprietary “OxygenOS” based on Android 10 made zipping between apps and multi tasking impressively smooth. Gaming was super easy too, thanks to an upgraded processor.

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Conclusion: The OnePlus 7T competes directly with Asus’ new ROG Phone II which, interestingly, is available in the same configuration and has a higher 120Hz display.

OnePlus 7T looks good, has fluid performance and a sharp screen. However, in the camera department, we think it could be a bit better.

Those looking for a better camera phone should consider Pixel 3a which also has a small form factor. If camera is not the priority, then everything else about OnePlus 7T should tick.(IANS)