OnePlus made its debut in India in July last year. OnePlus TV Y Series models of 32 inches and 43 inches model was introduced. 40 inches Size OnePlus Y1 also in May this year launch it was done. Starting with the cheapest, the 32-inch model was launched at Rs 12,999. But its price was earlier increased to Rs 16,499 and now its price has been increased to Rs 18,999 which is 15 percent more than the previous increase and almost 50 percent more than the launch price. The 43-inch model was launched at Rs 22,999. But its price was increased to 26,999 and now its price has been increased to Rs 29,499. Similarly, the recently launched 40-inch TV model was brought at a price of Rs 23,999. Now its price has been reduced to Rs 26,499. There have been some small increases in these TV prices.
OnePlus TV U1S The latest series comprises three models – 50 inches, 55 inches And 65 inches model. These were launched last month for Rs 39,999, Rs 47,999 and Rs 62,999 respectively. Now these three models are listed for Rs 46,999, Rs 52,999 and Rs 68,999 respectively. The biggest change has been made in lot prices with a price hike of Rs 7,000 for the 50-inch model. is. The 65-inch model has received an increase of Rs. 6,000 and the 55-inch model has received an increase of Rs. 5,000. Gadgets 360 has contacted OnePlus for clarification on the price hike for its TVs.
OnePlus is not the only manufacturer to hike the prices of its TVs in the last few months. In late June, a Xiaomi spokesperson told Gadgets 360 that the company has seen supply chain downturns over the past year, resulting in a “constant upward movement in the value of components used in smartphones, smart TVs and other electronics”. ” happened. Then from July 1, the prices of Xiaomi and Redmi TVs increased by 3-6 percent.
In February, Gadgets 360 reviewed market data and found that TV prices in India increased by about 10 percent or more across segments and brands. Realme increased the prices by up to 15 percent, while TCL India increased the prices of its TVs by seven to eight percent.