OnePlus TV Q collection and OnePlus TV 55U1 shall be getting their ‘OTA6′ replace subsequent month which, because the identify suggests, would be the sixth firmware replace for the TV fashions. OnePlus has shared via an official discussion board put up the changelog for the replace, together with particulars on a few fascinating options like MultiCast and a brand new ‘My Video’ web page. The OnePlus TV Q collection consists of the OnePlus TV Q1 and OnePlus TV Q1 Pro that had been launched again in September final 12 months, and the OnePlus TV 55U1 was launched again in July this 12 months.
As per the official OnePlus forum, the OTA6 replace will deliver new options to the OnePlus TV Q collection and OnePlus TV 55U1. Additionally, there are some options that shall be added to the OnePlus Connect app as nicely like User Metrics, Power-Off Timer, and Clean Background Apps. User Metrics will permit customers to verify issues like display screen time and information utilization.
Coming to the brand new options that shall be added to the three OnePlus TV fashions, MultiCast is a brand new approach of casting from a tool on to your TV. While MiraCast and Chromecast permit you to forged from one machine to your TV, MultiCast will permit you to forged up to 4 units on the OnePlus TV. This will be helpful in case of sheet comparisons, multi-player gaming, or different such conditions.
Another characteristic is the ‘My Videos’ web page that shall be added to OxygenPlay, the launcher on prime of Android TV. This web page will permit customers to see private watch historical past, watchlist, and reminders. It can even permit simply resuming a paused film or present.
The OTA6 replace for OnePlus TV Q collection and OnePlus TV 55U1 shall be made accessible in November. The firm has not shared a precise date for the discharge. Additionally, it’s engaged on the third system replace for the OnePlus TV Y Series as nicely.
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