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TechnologyOnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV

14:35  14 august  2019
14:35  14 august  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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OnePlus sought ideas for the name of its smart TV from fans shortly after revealing its plans enter that market last September, and it just announced its decision in its forum: OnePlus TV. Along with this simple "yet to-the-point" name, the Chinese company opted for a straightforward logo, by adding "TV" to its standard symbol.

OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. OnePlus was 'inspired by classic geometric progression" for its TV logo. OnePlus OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV© CNET

OnePlus was 'inspired by classic geometric progression" for its TV logo.

"We believe there's no other name that can best represent our value, vision and pride than naming it with our own brand," a spokesperson wrote.

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What you need to know OnePlus has revealed the logo for its upcoming TV , which will be called the OnePlus TV . In a blog post, OnePlus went into detail on how it came up with the logo. The OnePlus TV is rumored to be available in four screen sizes — 43-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch

Although OnePlus isn’t launching any new products at CES 2019, the company still has a presence at the trade show. Eric Zarshenas is OnePlus ’ communications manager for the North Most OnePlus projects are shrouded in mystery and the company often declines to comment on its upcoming plans.

OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc.
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The post didn't hint at a OnePlus TV's release date, but The Next Web reported it'll launch in September. OnePlus didn't immediately respond to a request for further comment.

Earlier this month, MySmartPrice highlighted a Bluetooth SIG listing that refers to OnePlus' offering as a "unique Android TV" that uses LED displays rather than OLED, along with hints that they'll range in size from 43 to 75 inches.

First published at 3:02 a.m. PT.

Updated at 3:20 a.m. PT: Adds more detail.

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OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV
OnePlus goes with obvious 'OnePlus TV' moniker for its upcoming TV

The next OnePlus product to hit stores might not be a smartphone.
OnePlus has been launching two flagship phones a year for quite a while now, but 2019 marks a turning point in the company’s brief history. For starters, we’ve witnessed OnePlus unveiling not one but three OnePlus 7 phones in the first half of the year, including the OnePlus 7, 7 Pro, and 7 Pro 5G. The company was also one of the few smartphone vendors that launched to launch a 5G device. Going forward, OnePlus is expected to announce a OnePlus 7T series in October, but that might not be the first new One Plus device hitting stores this fall.

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