Inflation has surrounded the people all round. The prices of petrol-diesel, four-wheeler, two-wheeler, food items are increasing continuously. Meanwhile, OnePlus has made its TVs costlier by up to Rs 7000. The most expensive U series U1S TV has become expensive. Its 50-inch model was launched last month for Rs 39,999, but now its new price has gone up to Rs 46,999.
Which TV cost how much?
- The cheapest 32-inch model of OnePlus was launched at Rs 12,999, but earlier its price increased to Rs 16,499 and now its new price has gone up to Rs 18,999. That is, since its launch, it has become expensive by almost 50%.
- Talking about the 43-inch model, the company launched it at 22,999. Later its price increased to Rs 26,999 and now its latest price has been increased to Rs 29,499.
- Similarly, the 40-inch screen model was launched by the company for Rs 23,999, but now its price has been increased by Rs 2500. That is, its new price has been Rs 26,499.
- OnePlus launched the G series 50-inch TV at Rs 39,999, 55-inch TV at Rs 47,999 and 65-inch TV at Rs 62,999. But now these new prices have gone up to Rs 46,999, Rs 52,999 and Rs 68,999 respectively. That is, the 50-inch model has become costlier by Rs 7000, 65-inch model by Rs 6000 and 55-inch model by Rs 5000.
Xiaomi’s TVs also became expensive
At the end of June, Xiaomi also increased the prices of smart TVs and other products along with its smartphones. From July 1, Redmi TVs have also become expensive by 3-6 percent along with Xiaomi. TV prices in India have increased by about 10 percent or more across all segments and brands. Realme has increased prices by 15%, TCL India by 7-8%.
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