OnePlus is one of the most popular smartphone companies currently manufacturing high-end phones at a reasonable price tag. The Chinese smartphone company has completed more than five years in the phone industry. During this period, it has launched in total eight flagship-level smartphones and the most compatible and stable operating system called OxygenOS. The company's founder and CEO, Pete Lau, has now shared that his next venture will be smart televisions and that seems to come soon some time around next year. OnePlus Type C Bullets Headphones Launched in India; Confirms OnePlus 6T to Ditch 3.5mm Headphone Jack.
The company’s CEO posted his next step in the introduction of the OnePlus TV at OnePlus’s official forum last Friday, September 14. In the post, Pete Lau described the need for connectivity and how the future of technology depends on artificial intelligence and 5G network. “Over the next five years, developments in 5G and Artificial Intelligence will offer an even greater canvas to brainstorm how to improve life as we know it. In continuing our relentless exploration of improving the world around us, we would like to take the first step in building a connected human experience,” he stated in the post. OnePlus Crackables: Here’s What You Can Expect From the Event.
— OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN) September 17, 2018
He further said, “We want to bring the home environment to the next level of intelligent connectivity. To do this, we are building a new product of OnePlus’ premium flagship design, image quality and audio experience to more seamlessly connect the home. We call it: OnePlus TV.” Xiaomi Poco F1 vs OnePlus 6: Price, Specifications, Features and Variants & Comparison.
As far as specifications, prices and availability are concerned, the post did not reveal anything aiding the following leads, but it can be expected that OnePlus’s new Smart TV would be sharing its presence with the company’s next 5G enabled smartphone OnePlus 7. With the announcement of the OnePlus TV, it seems the smartphone manufacturer could give its rival company Xiaomi a tough fight in the coming years since Mi Smart TVs have already made a mark in the affordable 4K Smart TV segment.