Oneplus open offline stores in India for TVs and mobile phones. The global brands launches latest tvs and other electronics gadgets in India simultaneously with other countries through dealerships and its own brand shops. Oneplus should focus on the strategic business planning to do so in India.
Mi TV does the job perfectly.
And for those who say their parts are cheap, perhaps should get your facts right and perhaps do an introspection.
Mi TV's have panels from the best in class manufacturers being LG and Samsung.
Size does matter in India - 55" 4K options have reached affordable levels (~ INR 35K).
Bringing 65"- 75" affordable options can do the trick. So can OLED, and advanced content and performance.
Agam, 21 Aug 2019But their parts are cheap of qualityyou are thinking of Xiaomi.
Satya, 21 Aug 2019Hearty welcome.. more choice is always better for customers..Bring it on !!Not always
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2019Mi is already dominating the market. But their parts are cheap of quality
Hearty welcome.. more choice is always better for customers..Bring it on !!
Would be only excited to see oled
LEd LCD offerings are plenty in the market
we miss an affordable good oled
GAMIRSFM, 20 Aug 2019It is going to have a 90Hz display?TV's have different technology, they usually have 480hz but its not the same thing
Hello Life, 20 Aug 2019wow chinese brands are getting greedier every coming dayWhat do you mean with greedier? Almost all biggest world's countries invested in China and made them so powerful that Chinese have almost all the best factories in the world in their country. Plus cheap labour...
I would say they are using situation very good.
NotAnOpinion, 20 Aug 2019Oodles of 4K manufacturers in this market, I don't see how OnePlus, Xiaomi, etc. are going to ... moreYou are right, they need something to stand out, and not join one on one with them in a saturated market.
Oodles of 4K manufacturers in this market, I don't see how OnePlus, Xiaomi, etc. are going to win consumers over. They should be coming out the gate with 8K, AR/VR, Dolby Vision, etc. support.