A alleged new model of the OnePlus TV and a new OnePlus remote were spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website. The OnePlus TV is listed with model number 55UA0A00, while the remote is listed with model number RC-003A. This suggests that OnePlus is already working on a new OnePlus TV model, just months after unveiling
Mi TV 4 55-inch users in India are now receiving the PatchWall 3.0 update. This new update brings improved animations and deeper integration with the updated Disney+ Hotstar app. The new update rolls out with over 16 content partners including ALT Balaji, Zee5, Lattu Kids, DocuBay, JioCinema, and more. PatchWall 3.0 also brings UI enhancements,
Realme TV specifications and features have been revealed with a new teaser from the company. After multiple leaks and teasers, Realme has finally confirmed the launch of its first television on May 25. The Realme TV is the company’s first television globally, and will be launched in India first. A new teaser posted by Realme
Realme X3 Super Zoom, Realme X3, and Realme TV have been listed on the company’s support page in India. The new development suggests that Realme might soon launch all these three devices in the country. Last week, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth teased the launch of the Realme X3 Super Zoom by showing off its
Xiaomi entered the television segment in India in early 2018 with the Mi TV 4 55, and has made a big impact on the industry since then. Its online-focused sales model and competitive pricing have made it among the top television brands in India, and the range now has options starting at under Rs. 15,000.
Samsung Frame TV 2020 lineup is set to launch in India next week. While the official launch is taking place in the coming days, Flipkart has teased the new Samsung Frame TV models through a dedicated microsite. The new Frame TV lineup will come preloaded with Samsung Art Store and include Apple AirPlay 2 support.
Realme TV just got spotted in an image online that also gives away its screen size. We’ve been hearing of Chinese smartphone maker Realme getting into the business of televisions for some time now, and the product launch is imminent now as per a new report. Images of the Realme TV in its packaging in
Realme has announced it will host an event on May 25 in China where it plans to unveil eight new products. That’s right, eight new products! Some of these products have been teased in the poster for the event shared on Weibo. They include true wireless (TWS) earbuds, what seems to be a power bank,
Sony has a decent selection of soundbars, right from budget to high-end and now, it’s added a new mid-range model to its lineup. The Sony HT-G700 is available in the US now for $600 (roughly Rs. 45,300) and boasts of a wireless subwoofer, Dolby Atmos and the ability to upscale stereo audio to 7.1.2 channel
Mi 10 is now being teased to go on sale in India through Amazon. The online marketplace has brought a dedicated microsite to confirm the availability of the new Xiaomi flagship. The new development comes just a day ahead of the official launch planned by the Chinese company that will take place through a livestream.
Xiaomi Mi Box 4K streaming device on Friday made its debut in India, as a part of the company’s online launch event. The Mi Box 4K is a standalone Android TV 9 Pie-powered device that plugs into your existing television through the HDMI port. The device is Wi-Fi enabled for connectivity, and gives users access to
After entering the television space in 2018 and quickly establishing itself as a key player, Xiaomi has now extended its television ecosystem a bit further with the launch of its first streaming device, the Mi Box 4K. Priced at Rs. 3,499, the Mi Box 4K is a standalone streaming device that can be connected to
A Google Chromecast refresh has been anticipated for a couple of months now. It was reported that Google is planning on launching a second generation Chromecast and now a new report has more details about the dongle. According to the report, Google’s next generation Chromecast will run full-fledged Android TV. This means theoretically, Chromecast (not
Xiaomi has teased the launch of a new Internet of Things (IoT) product alongside the bringing the Mi 10 to India on Friday, May 8. The new product by the Chinese company is touted to turn any regular TV into a smart TV. If we look at Xiaomi’s portfolio in the global markets, the upcoming
Video streaming has taken off in a huge way in India ever since Netflix and Amazon Prime Video launched here in 2016, following India’s own streaming service, Hotstar which started off a year earlier in 2015. There are also numerous other premium and free services in the country with content in various regional languages as
Samsung has opened orders for various household electronics and announced cashbacks and no-cost EMI option on its Smart TV range, and digital appliance portfolio to encourage people to start shopping again as the COVID-19 lockdown tapers off. The company says that it has started taking pre-bookings on Samsung Shop online, and deliveries will begin as
What exactly is a smart television? Like a smartphone, it’s a television that can connect to the Internet to fetch information and content. While a smartphone is primarily a communication device, a smart TV serves different purposes; you can use it to access streaming services, watch short videos, or listen to music through your home
Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV on Friday made its debut in China alongside the Nova 7 5G-series smartphones. The television features a three-sided bezel-less design with a 4K LCD screen. It is powered by quad-core Honghu Smart SoC, paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB of integral storage. The television has eight speakers onboard and comes
The ongoing pandemic has certainly put a damper on Realme’s upcoming product launches but it seems as though we’re in for some big announcements, post lockdown. We know for a fact that Realme’s upcoming smart TV will debut in India first and we’ve been hearing rumours about the different size variants it would come in.
The government on Sunday prohibited the sale of non-essential items through e-commerce platforms during the ongoing lockdown, four days after allowing such companies to sell mobile phones, televisions, laptops, refrigerators, and ready-made garments. Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla issued an order excluding the non-essential items from sale by the e-commerce companies from the consolidated revised
Realme forayed into the fitness band segment earlier this year, and now it is looking to mark its footprint in the home entertainment space. Two new Realme LED TV variants were spotted on Bluetooth SIG hinting at a launch in the future. This comes after the Realme Smart TV remote control received Bluetooth certification a
Google Assistant has officially added support for TVs, set-top boxes, and media remotes, allowing device manufacturers to easily integrate the Google Assistant in their products. The virtual assistant was already available for Android TVs, smart TV boxes, Logitech Harmony remote systems, Roku smart TV box, and more, however, this is the first time that Google
Chinese smartphone and accessories maker Realme – formerly a sub-brand of Oppo – was expected to launch its first smart TV earlier this year, at MWC 2020. However, the cancellation of the trade show due to concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus meant that Realme had to push back its launch timeline. It
Chinese smartphone brand Realme has worked quickly and smartly to establish itself as a key player in the Indian smartphone market in a little less than two years since its launch. The company has also expanded to offer audio products and accessories apart from smartphones. The next step for the company is the smart television
There was a time when modern features and specifications in televisions only came with high-end TVs from leading multinational brands such as Sony, Samsung, LG, and Panasonic. Things have since changed, and big-screen televisions with key features aren’t quite as expensive anymore. Sure, you’re still likely to see significantly better performance with premium options, but
Chinese electronics giant Huawei has been teasing its latest television launch for some time now, and has finally delivered on its promise. The company, popular for its smartphones and accessories, has now launched the Huawei Smart Screen X65, a 65-inch OLED smart TV. The television has been launched in the company’s home market of China,
Indian television brand Vu only recently launched its Cinema TV range in India, which we praised for the sheer value on offer. That television series features support for the Dolby Vision HDR format, and runs on the Android TV platform, at prices starting well under Rs. 30,000. While we’d have expected Vu to sit back
Chinese tech giant Huawei, like many other manufacturers in the smartphone segment, is looking beyond its core consumer products to smart televisions as the next big thing. The company is set to reveal its latest smart TV in its home market of China on April 8, alongside the P40 series of smartphones. A new report
Xiaomi India on Monday announced the release of PatchWall 3.0, the latest version of company’s Mi TV software. According to the company, the new PatchWall update features a “deeper integration” with the newly launched Disney+ Hotstar and addition of new content partners such as Mi List, along with UI enhancements. Other key features of PatchWall
Xiaomi is expanding its smart TV portfolio and has introduced a new 75-inch Mi Full-Screen TV Pro and a new Mi TV 4A 60-inch model. Xiaomi brought 45-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch of the Full Screen TV Pro series last year in September, and now a new 75-inch is being added to the mix. Similarly, the