OnePlus TV has the ‘widest colour gamut’ thanks to Gamma Color Magic processor

“The dedicated ‘Gamma Color Magic’ picture processor is claimed to bring best-in-class image quality on the customised QLED panel of the OnePlus TV”

OnePlus TV is set to go official in India sometime this month and is confirmed to come in 55-inch screen size. The Amazon listing has revealed the OnePlus TV will pack eight speakers with 50W output and Dolby Atmos tech and feature a QLED panel with 4K resolution and Dolby Vision tech for an immersive viewing experience. As the launch inches closer, the brand started teasing newer details. Now the company’s CEO, Pete Lau, has announced that it has built a new dedicated ‘Gamma Color Magic’ picture processor and is also claimed to bring best-in-class image quality on the OnePlus TV’s customised QLED panel with the widest colour gamut.

However, details regarding the processor are still pretty vague at the moment, but since the tweet mentions ‘widest colour gamut’ we expect the picture quality to be more realistic and offers an increase in colour quality. This, combined with Dolby Vision, should deliver an impressive viewing experience. But then again, there should be proper content that actually uses the wider gamut to know how it differs from a standard TV. OnePlus is projecting the TV as the premium product and is expected to be more affordable than the competition.

OnePlus also confirmed the TV would run on a customised version of Android TV platform and will have content integration, including Jio streaming apps. The company is also promising software updates for at least three years. Furthermore, OnePlus TV is said to be powered by MediaTek MT5670 processor paired with 3GB of RAM. Since the brand started revealing details, one can expect the launch to be right around the block, and we should know more soon.

Sai Krishna is a close follower of tech and everything that has the word 'smart' involved. This makes him passionate to write about everything revolving around the world of technology. He can always be seen surfing the web and while he’s not working, you can find him re-watching Seinfeld and reading comics.
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