OnePlus’s new budget smart TV is getting 2 thousand rupees cheaper, strong sound and 60hz display

OnePlus’s new smart TV OnePlus TV 40Y1 can be purchased from e-commerce site Flipkart today (26 May 2021) at 12 noon. The company has priced its TV 40Y1 at Rs 23,999, but right now you can buy this TV cheaply. Under the launch offer, OnePlus TV 40Y1 Smart TV can be brought home at a discount of Rs 2,000, after which it becomes Rs 21,999.

Apart from this, Smart TV can also be purchased from Flipkart Axis Bank Credit Card on 5% unlimited cashback offer. Not only this, 10% discount is also being given on the Bank of Baroda card. Also, smart TVs can also be purchased at an EMI of Rs 1,834 per month.

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The screen refresh rate is 60 Hz. This TV runs on Android TV 9 based Oxygen Play OS. This TV comes with a bezel-less design. This TV has features like bezel-less design, multiple ports, noise cancellation. Let’s know the details of the full specifications of this new TV. OnePlus TV 40Y1 has a 40-inch full HD LED screen, which has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

The TV has a plastic build. This smart TV can either be placed on the table or mounted on the wall. However, only the table-keeping stand comes in the box.

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Will get 8GB storage

The TV has a 64-bit powerful processor. This OnePlus TV comes with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB storage. This TV of OnePlus has two 20W speakers, which is equipped with Dolby Audio. The TV has 2 HDMI, 2 USB ports for connectivity.

Apps like Netflix, YouTube, Disney + Hotstar, Prime Video come pre-installed in this TV. Users can also download other Android apps from the Play Store. This TV has an in-built Chromecast. This TV supports Google Assistant and Alexa.

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