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Oppo Smart TV Will Feature 4K Resolution with 120Hz Refresh Rate, Tipped to Have Quantum Dot Display

Oppo smart TV will be launched next month, and the company has shown off the design as well as teased the resolution and refresh rate. According to a video shared by Oppo on Chinese micro-blogging website Weibo, the upcoming TV will feature 4K resolution with support for 120Hz refresh rate. The video also gives a first look at the Oppo smart TV with its bezel less design and pop-up camera module. Additionally, a known tipster has provided some of the specifications for the TV.

took to Weibo to share ashowing footage from 8KRaw running at 4K 120fps on the Oppo smart TV. The video also shows the design of the Oppo smart TV with its narrow bezels, central stand, and a camera on top. This camera module isto have a pop-up design, as per known tipster Digital Chat Station (translated).

The tipster shared on Twitter that the Oppo smart TV will have a lifting camera solution and come in 55-inch and 65-inch screen sizes. It will have a quantum dot display with 4K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. The tipster adds that the company has seemingly worked with a top Danish audio brand to tune the sound. This could be Bang & Olufsen as Oppo has worked with the company before. Lastly, the tipster claims that the Oppo smart TV, or at least one variant of it, will be quite affordable.

There have beenof Oppo working on a smart TV since December last year and finally in June this year, the company confirmed that a TV is part of its lineup. Last week, itduring Oppo Developer Conference (ODC) 2020 that the TV will be launched in October, however, an exact date has not been shared.

Earlier this month, 55-inch and 65-inch models of the Oppo smart TV were spotted on 3C certification website with 10 models for each screen size. Presumably these were the different models for different regions. Its remote was also spotted on Bluetooth SIG website with model number RC-001D.


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