In the eyes of the tragic smartphone market, everyone has caught up with the impact of the new crown epidemic and expanded into more areas, such as smart TVs.
OPPO's sub-brand Realme is quietly deploying smart TVs. The first product has passed the Indian BIS certification, showing the model number is JSC55LSQL, according to Twitter user @stufflistings.
At present, only the 43-inch panel is known. Others are temporarily unavailable, but I believe that the ultra-thin shape, ultra-narrow bezel, and intelligent functions will be standard.
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) April 5, 2020
Interestingly, 55 inches seems to have become the entry size for smart TVs, but 43 inches is far from obsolete, and considering that the first market for Realme TVs is in India, priority should be given to the popularity of nature, and the price/performance ratio will not be low.
At the end of September last year, OnePlus also chose to launch its own smart TV products in India, but it is positioned at the high end, equipped with a 55-inch 4K resolution QLED panel, and the price starts at about 7,000 yuan. Officials say it will land on the domestic market this year.
Realme, as a brand born in overseas markets, first of all launched TV products overseas, especially in the Indian market with great potential, and it is reasonable, and the low-end market is larger.