- OnePlus TV is spotted on Google Play Developer Console
- It appears to be in the development with codename “Dosa”
- The TV seems to run Android 9 Pie
OnePlus TV will come with Dolby Vision support, the Chinese company has confirmed. The new development comes just days after OnePlus revealed that its first smart TV model would debut with a 55-inch QLED panel. Earlier reports claimed that the OnePlus TV would come in a variety of screen sizes — ranging from 43 inches to 75 inches. The Google Play Developer Console has also been spotted featuring a OnePlus TV model with a MediaTek processor and the latest Android TV version.
The latest tweet posted by the OnePlus India Twitter account shows that the anticipated OnePlus TV model will come with Dolby Vision support. This means that customers would have the hardware to play HDR 4K video content.OnePlus earlier this week revealed that the OnePlus TV would come with a 55-inch QLED display panel. The display panel would have 4K resolution.
A fresh revelation, which has been spotted by a tipster who uses Twitter account Android TV Rumours, highlights that the OnePlus TV has been spotted on the Google Play Developer Console along with a MediaTek MT5670 SoC, paired with Mali G51 GPU. The resolution appeared on the Developer Console is 1080p, but it would be limited to the menus of Android TV — the TV will have 4K content playback support.
The Developer Console shows the OnePlus device with codename “Dosa”, which is expected to be of the Indian variant OnePlus TV. There is also a mentioning of Android 9 Pie, which means the latest Android TV experience out-of-the-box.In an exclusive conversation with Gadgets 360, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau underlined that the smart TV would be positioned in the premium segment — competing against the likes of Samsung and Sony and not Xiaomi’s Mi TV range, which is popular for its affordability.