OnePlus has added the latest addition to the OnePlus TV Y Series range of smart TVs with affordable 40” variant. One Plus TV Y Series 40” Smart TV has also the bezel-less design and comes with DCI-P3 color gamut, noise reduction, anti-aliasing and dynamic contrast for good viewing experience. The 40” variant is equipped with screen-to-body ratio at over 93% to offer maximized display space.
OnePlus TV Y Series 40” runs on Android TV 9.0 and is integrated with Google Assistant in several languages. It also comes with OnePlus Connect feature to enable you to use your own smartphone to operate your TV as a remote control. Users can also utilize the Smart Volume Control feature to automatically reduce the volume of the smart TV during incoming calls and return to the previous volume after the call ends. It also includes the TypeSync feature to transform the smartphone into a smart remote by letting you type or speak directly into your phone without having to use the traditional remote.
This TV also incorporates OnePlus’ OxygenPlay which serves as the content discovery platform of OnePlus TV where users can access a plethora of content from several partners. The improved OxygenPlay comes equipped with rich entertainment content for the entire family with an exciting line-up from several popular content partners. In addition, the OnePlus TV Y Series also comes equipped with an integrated Content Calendar, with automatic reminders to stay up to date on your favorite shows and latest movies.
This TV is equipped with two full range 20W box speakers and Dolby Audio enhancement to deliver crystal clear sound quality.
The OnePlus TV Y Series 40” will be available starting Wednesday, 26th May on Flipkart and starting Tuesday, 1st June on OnePlus.in. OnePlus TV will be available at an introductory price of INR 21,999 during a limited sale on Flipkart starting Wednesday, 26th May until Saturday, 29th May. The introductory price offer will be available until 31st May 2021. Users can also avail a no-cost EMI offer of 12 months upon credit card and debit card transactions across major banks.