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Old 09-29-2020, 04:16 AM   #1
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Default Oppo to enter TV market

Oppo to enter TV market

China's Oppo will enter the TV market in October 2020 with the launch of Smart TVs. The company announced the news during its developer conference.

Oppo has abandoned the Blu-ray disc player market but you may soon be able to pick up a TV assembled by the Chinese consumer electronics brand.

At its annual developer conference ODC 2020 and in a blog post, the company's CEO, Yi Wei, announced that it will launch the 'Oppo Smart TV' in October 2020, and that it is a "key step" towards expanding its IoT ecosystem.

No further details were provided but listings suggest that the company is planning to launch at least two models in 55 and 65 inches. Oppo has not said which regions it is planning to target first.

It is not surprising to see Oppo enter the segment as the Chinese market for Smart TVs is booming. Oppo is part of BBK Group who also owns OnePlus that launched its first Android TV intended for the global market in 2019.

Likewise, Chinese brands like TCL, Hisense, and Xiaomi are selling TVs in international markets. The wave of new TV brands challenges status quo in a TV market that has been dominated by South Korean companies for almost a decade – and Japanese companies before that.
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And I bought my first 4K set just this month! I would’ve waited in these, had I known.
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Old 09-29-2020, 09:43 PM   #3
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The more choices for Smart TVís the better. I personal prefer a projector over a flat panel. Also OPPO has never made Smart TVís before, so one will need to wait for a professional review to see what type of quality they will be.
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Old 09-29-2020, 11:00 PM   #4
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FlatPanelsHD misinformation.

Oppo Electronics and its spinoff Real Me are building SLED TV for India starting October. One Plus started Indian manufacturing with their QLED TV last year. Please note all of these are the BBK branches that make phones. Oppo Electronics uses a Green and White Oppo logo.

realme 55 inch 4k SLED smart tv is launching in India. It is the world's first SLED TV and officially confirmed by realme. Watch this video to know all about the realme's 55 inch SLED 4K Smart TV launching in India.

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