Published: Wed, August 14, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

‘OnePlus TV’ name and logo officially confirmed

‘OnePlus TV’ name and logo officially confirmed

The company also wrote a detailed blog post to explain the name, new design and also what to expect from the new device.

Chinese technology giant OnePlus is all set to launch the highly-anticipated OnePlus TV.After gathering ideas from the company's fanbase for over a year, OnePlus has finally settled on the OnePlus TV moniker for its first smart TV. Soon after it was announced, the company initiated a contest to find a relevant name for its first smart TV. The company is calling it the 'first step to explore the endless possibilities in a broader spectrum'. The logo for OnePlus TV was also unveiled in the same thread. OnePlus TV is expected to revamp the experience of TVs in our homes and OnePlus might be doing it with the software. And looking closer, you can tell that the we've used the same thickness for both logo and the letters to ensure an aesthetics of "symmetry" and "unity".

Ahead of the official launch, OnePlus TV has made numerous unofficial appearances on the web. Furthermore, a report earlier this week claimed that the new range of OnePlus TVs could be launched anywhere between September 25 and September 30.

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The Chinese company teased about the television a year ago in September.

"Yes, we are going to call our very first smart TV product 'OnePlus TV' - simple yet to-the-point - as we believe there's no other name that can best represent our value, vision and pride than naming it with our own brand", OnePlus said in a forum post. However, a recent leak showed the the OnePlus TV will come with a Bluetooth remote.

Out of all the Bluetooth SIG listed OnePlus TV sizes, only the 75-inch version is said to be US-bound.

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