Earlier today, a regional vice president for OnePlus tweeted details about the highly anticipated OnePlus TV, revealing that it would appear 55 "(among others, most likely) and 55" version will have QLED panel. Additionally, while we were pretty sure OnePlus would be "smart" thanks to Android TV based on previous leaks, @androidtv_rumor confirms that Google has just certified a new device named "Dosa" .
– Akis Evangelidis✌️ (@Akis_Evan) August 22, 2019
Previous leaks via Bluetooth Launch Studio (which lists the product listings approved for use with the technology) have included model numbers that indicate we should see up to four different sizes: 43 ", 55", 65 "and 75", although only 55 "size is explicitly confirmed by OnePlus in today's We didn't do it, you know what kind of display a TV can have, but if it's QLED, it should alleviate at least a few quality concerns.
QLED displays don't have the crazy contrast that OLED displays make, they also don't burn, and they still have better color and contrast than older, non-Q LCDs. QLED displays have historically supported HDRs standards, get super bright and can show wider colors than older LEDs / LCDs For more details, see this comparison of OLED and QLED by our friends at How-To Geek – it's a little old but explains the differences .
Today, Google simply certifies a OnePlus device codenamed "Oneplus_Dosa_IN".
I'm quite sure this is the OnePlus TV, thus confirming that #AndroidTV is working.
Dosa are famous pancakes (crispy, savory) from South India. pic.twitter.com/ZntviSnx8F
– Rumors for Android TV (@androidtv_rumor) August 22, 2019
We were also confident that OnePlus would work with Android TV just like the same Bluetooth has announced the description of the upcoming OnePlus product as a "unique android TV". Today's news that the Oneplus_Dosa_IN device is Google certified would also confirm this. Previous OnePlus hardware has been linked to food-related names including "bacon", "cheeseburger", "dumplings" and "enchilada". In this sense, Dosa will be ideally suited to the OnePlus device, which should land first in India, as the expired schedule and Twitter account of Amazon India suggest that it will happen with the new TV.
More specifications are disclosed by @androidtv_rumor . They appeared on the Google Play Developer Console and mentioned the still-unknown Mediatek MT5670 processor and the Mali G51 GPU. The resolution is said to be 1080p, but this is for ATV menus only. Compatible content should be played in 4K.
More about the "OnePlus_Dosa_IN" @OnePlus TV I talked about yesterday.
Uses Mediatek MT5670 (no information found yet) with good MP3-processor Mali-G51. And of course, #AndroidTV 9.
ATV only allows 1080p for TV menus, don't worry that TV is 4K for compatible content. pic.twitter.com/RuS8TgYBJF
– Rumors for Android TV (@androidtv_rumor) August 23, 2019