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OnePlus TVs will now cost up to ₹ 7000; Companies including Xiaomi, Realmy, TCL also implemented price hike from

 OnePlus TVs will now cost up to ₹ 7000; Companies including Xiaomi, Realmy, TCL also implemented price hike from

 July 1

OnePlus TVs will now cost up to ₹ 7000; Companies including Xiaomi, Realmy, TCL also implemented price hike from


    OnePlus' cheapest 12-inch TV rises ₹ 12,999 to ₹ 18,999

    The company raised the price of the G series 50-inch model by 7000


Inflation is hitting people from all over. Prices of almost all items including petrol, diesel, four wheelers, food items have gone up. Even buying a TV can now prove costly. Buying a OnePlus TV can cost up to Rs 7,000. The most expensive TV is the U1S of the U series. The 50-inch model was launched last month at Rs 39,999, but is now priced at Rs 46,999.


Which TV is more expensive?


    OnePlus's cheapest TV 32-inch model had a launch price of Rs 12,999, but will now be priced at Rs 18,999. Its price has increased by about 50% since launch.

    The company launched the 43-inch model at Rs 22,999. Then the price went up to Rs 26,999 and now its latest price is Rs 29,499.

    Launched by the company at Rs 23,999, the 40-inch TV has now been priced at Rs 2,500. The TV will now cost Rs 26,499.

    OnePlus launched the G Series 50-inch TV at Rs 39,999, the 55-inch TV at Rs 47,999 and the 65-inch TV at Rs 62,999, but now it is priced at Rs 46,999, Rs 52,999 and Rs 68,999 respectively. In other words, the 50-inch model is priced at Rs 7,000, the 65-inch model at Rs 6,000 and the 55-inch model at Rs 5,000.

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Xiaomi's TVs also became expensive

Chinese brand Xiaomi has also increased the prices of smartphones, smart TVs and other products at the end of June. Since July 1, Xiaomi's Redmi TV has become 3 to 6% more expensive. TV prices in India have risen by about 10% in all segments and brands. Realmy has increased prices by 15%, TCL India by 7 to 8%.

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