OPPO's first TV to have a pop-up camera as revealed in the teaser video

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Earlier, OPPO was rumoured to launch their very first TV around October this year and it will come in two sizes. As we're stepping into the said month, the brand has finally shared the first teaser of the TV today. The teaser video was shot in 8K RAW but it was mastered to 4K 120 fps as the TV will only feature 4K panel instead of an 8K one.

According to tipster Digital Chat Station, the TV that sports QLED will have the options of 55-inch and 65-inch. It is also mentioned that the device will support a 120Hz refresh rate (MEMC) and have its speakers tuned by a Danish brand. Surprisingly, the TV comes with a pop-up camera on the top just like how HUAWEI and HONOR have done before. Besides that, the bezels on the TV are also relatively thin with a slightly larger chin at the bottom, and it comes with a chrome finish stand too.

China's 3C certification has revealed that both the sizes of TV will have ten model numbers each. There are also different model numbers certified by Bluetooth SIG for the remote controls which are RC-001D and BRC-004A. The manufacturer of the TV has also been found on 3C certification and it's TPV Display Technology (Xiamen) Co. Ltd. It is a company known for brands like AOC, Envision, and TV business of Philips.

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