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OnePlus teases new mid-range Smart TVs with MEMC motion compensation, 93% DCI-P3 colour space coverage and Dolby Vision certification

OnePlus released its Q1 series Smart TVs last year. (Image source: OnePlus)
OnePlus released its Q1 series Smart TVs last year. (Image source: OnePlus)
OnePlus has teased details about its new mid-range Smart TVs ahead of their July 2 release. The two, devices thought to be 32-inch and 43-inch TVs, will offer MEMC motion compensation, 93% DCI-P3 colour space coverage and Dolby Vision certification, among other features.
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OnePlus has teased multiple details about its upcoming mid-range Smart TVs. Due on July 2, the TVs will complement the Q1 series that OnePlus released in India last year. Bluetooth SIG certifications have already confirmed that the new TVs will be a 32-inch and 43-inch models, which OnePlus has assigned the model numbers 32HA0A00 and 43FA0A00 respectively.

Now, OnePlus has revealed that both TVs will support the company's Cinematic Display technology. In real terms, this means that the TVs will cover 93% of the DCI-P3 colour space. Additionally, OnePlus is bringing something called the Gamma Engine to both TVs. The company explains that the Gamma Engine is a catch-all for:

a range of processing enhancements, such as super resolution, dynamic contrast, MEMC, color space mapping, anti-aliasing, and noise reduction.

Gamma Engine should benefit picture quality by improving sharpness and image clarity. Finally, both TVs will be Dolby Vision certified. OnePlus is yet to reveal the names of prices for its two new TVs, but it has confirmed that one will cost less than INR 20,000 (~US$262).

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Alex Alderson, 2020-06-19 (Update: 2020-06-19)
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