TV Talk Series: Week 1 – What kind of TV would you like?

  1. elanglois Lollipop Oct 7, 2018

    elanglois, Oct 7, 2018 :
    Buy a bluray

  2. Mahajanishaan Donut Oct 7, 2018

  3. deooo._ Cupcake Oct 7, 2018

    deooo._, Oct 7, 2018 :
    sound! the display doesn't matter much because nowadays the quality of displays have improved much more. Sound will be my first preference and also the UI

  4. F_Corina_Vandebeek_XoUT Eclair Oct 7, 2018

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  5. T1538898924854 Cupcake Oct 7, 2018

    T1538898924854, Oct 7, 2018 :
    I've seen many people have a common agenda in selecting a Television and I'll share you with it.
    1. The appearance should me premier
    2. It should be more smarter for it's price
    3. A very good UI
    4. Faster performance
    5. comparatively LOW PRICE.

  6. asbagde Cupcake Oct 7, 2018

    asbagde, Oct 7, 2018 :
    From my point of view, I would like to see excellent image quality and color representation. Most of my shortlisted new brands failed to meet the criteria. This prompted me to look for the well-established brands because of the excellent quality. I also considered other features like good UI, latest hdr10, decent video upscaler, etc. but that was secondary requirements. If the OnePlus TV is anything like the phones (good performance, latest tech, no extra gimmick increasing the cost, basic features excellently implemented and well-researched cost-cutting methods), It will make a lot of people consider the option. OnePlus gives you the brand name, nice customer service, software support like never seen before at an unbelievable price. If all of this was taken care of the, OnePlus two would be 1st to be shortlisted on many many lists.

  7. Pinakeen prajapati Cupcake Oct 7, 2018

  8. reef2009 Froyo Oct 7, 2018

    reef2009, Oct 7, 2018 :
    Why a TV?
    I dont think there will be a big revolution in TV world if OnePlus wil launch one.
    Why not launge a great Android TV box like Nvidia does?
    A module that could stream 4K plex e.g.
    And even better creatie good outputs for an existing soundbar or surround system.

  9. tamilselvanrs Cupcake Oct 7, 2018

  10. tamilmani_t Eclair Oct 7, 2018

    tamilmani_t, Oct 7, 2018 :
    Few features that come to my mind for a smart TV,

    Good LED screen resolution - 4K
    Quad core Processor
    Fluid OS - Preferably Android or any lightweight OS that has better support
    Good amount of ROM for TV app download
    Good Camera with IP Video call support
    Better DLNA support for multi device connectivity
    Good screen refresh rate - 150Hz or 200Hz
    Picture In Picture feature (within same input source)
    3 HDMI Ports , 2 USB Ports
    Bluetooth support for audio streaming
    Inbuilt sub-woofer
    5.1 channel audio output to external audio console
    Mobile to TV and TV to mobile Screen Mirroring
    Ethernet support for wired LAN
    Digital Audio output (optical)

  11. ButtKiss Eclair Oct 7, 2018

    ButtKiss, Oct 7, 2018 :
    Simple yet elegant with ambient lights
    Fast and Simple ui
    Screen Cast oriented
    Supports mouse and keyboard
    usb c 3.1 gen 2 compatible
    bluetooth to use it as a portable speaker. (may show track, artist id, progress bar...etc)

  12. Aadeshc Froyo Oct 7, 2018

  13. V1532181727068 Donut Oct 7, 2018

  14. Anildevarapu Eclair Oct 7, 2018

  15. elanglois Lollipop Oct 7, 2018

    elanglois, Oct 7, 2018 :
    Lagless screen mirror isn't going to work. And how is 1080p better than 4K??

    The solution to your game problem is to reverse it. Have the game run on the TV with the phone as a smart controller.

  16. Nordithen Gingerbread Oct 7, 2018

    Nordithen, Oct 7, 2018 :
    1080p60, mind. HFR > Higher resolution.

  17. elanglois Lollipop Oct 7, 2018

    elanglois, Oct 7, 2018 :
    What makes you think that 4K isn't at 60Hz??

  18. Nordithen Gingerbread Oct 7, 2018

    Nordithen, Oct 7, 2018 :


    Lagless screen mirror isn't going to work.​

    Let's leave it up to the engineers to decide what is and what isn't possible.


    What makes you think that 4K isn't at 60Hz??​

    As per the Digital Cinema System Specification, 4K = 4096x2160 at 24 FPS. ("Digital Cinema System Specification Version 1.2 with Errata as of 30 August 2012 Incorporated", §4.3.1, Accessed August 2018) 2K, on the other hand, = 2048x1080 at 24 or 48 FPS. Amateur content doesn't fall under the same standards, and while 60 FPS 4K content does exist, without professional quality imaging hardware it comes at the expense of other image quality factors. 1080p60 is far more common, though admittedly this will gradually change as technology improves.
    I don't think this is a particular useful or relevant debate, so these will be my last words on the topic unless I think I have something new and useful to contribute.
    Perhaps there could be two versions of the OnePlus TV, one FHD and one UHD.

  19. elanglois Lollipop Oct 7, 2018

    elanglois, Oct 7, 2018 :
    You are confusing cinema standards with other standards. Almost all cinema is recorded in 24fps (even 1080p), but most broadcast and bluray is all 60fps.

    I have a 4K TV and UHD BluRay. Every movie I have is 60fps

  20. Nordithen Gingerbread Oct 7, 2018

    Nordithen, Oct 7, 2018 :
    I do know the difference, but, like I said, I don't think either of us have anything more to say relevant to the thread's question.