OnePlus TV 2020 India launch event on July 2nd: how to watch live-stream

The OnePlus TV 2020 livestream in India is scheduled to start at 7 pm (IST), July 2nd.

  • OnePlus TV 2020 is going to be an affordable lineup from the brand
  • It’ll come in three sizes: 32-inch, 43-inch, and 55-inch
  • Prices of the TV will start under Rs 20,000, the company has teased

The OnePlus TV 2020 series is slated to launch in India on July 2nd. The new TV lineup will likely come in three sizes: 32-inch, 43-inch, and 55-inch. The price of the OnePlus TV 2020 series is confirmed to start under Rs 20,000. Despite being affordable, the TVs are said to offer the same experience as the flagship OnePlus Q1 series from last year. Apart from that, the top-end OnePlus TV 2020 55-inch mode expected to come with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support, whereas the 32-inch and 43-inch models will feature HD and Full-HD resolution, respectively.

How to watch OnePlus TV 2020 India launch live stream

The OnePlus TV 2020 launch event is scheduled to kickstart at 7pm IST on July 2nd. As with other events that have been taking place over the past few months, OnePlus will also take the wraps off the new TVs via an online event. To watch the livestream of the event head to the company’s official social media channels such as Twitter or refer to the OnePlus TV 2020 launch livestream YouTube link below:


OnePlus TV 2020 price in India

The OnePlus TV price has been officially teased as very competitive for the Indian market. The OnePlus TV 2020 32-inch model is said to be sport a sticker price of under Rs 20,000, whereas the 43-inch and 55-inch will be priced sub-Rs 30,000 and sub-Rs 50,000 in the country, respectively. The TVs are already available for pre-booking via

OnePlus TV 2020 specifications

The OnePlus TV 2020 specifications, to recall, are expected to be similar to those of last year’s Q1 series; these include premium design and features like stock OnePlus TV UI, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos support. The 32-inch and 43-inch models will likely come with only Dolby Audio support and 93 percent NTSC rate LED panel. The TVs will reportedly rock a quad-core MediaTek chipset with MEMC support and Gamma Color Magic chip for enhanced picture quality. Lastly, the upcoming OnePlus TV will come with an ultra-slim design, carbon fibre finish at the back, and a screen-to-body ratio as high as 95 percent.