Ahead of the launch, the company has confirmed that the OnePlus 6T will come with Oppo F9 Pro and Vivo V11 Pro like in-display fingerprint sensor. It will bring an in-display fingerprint scanner, but it will also remove the 3.5mm headphone jack. The company on Monday announced that it had taken first steps to launch its first smart TV, called OnePlus TV.
At present, it's unknown whether the manufacturer plans to release the OnePlus TV outside of its native China, though it's probably safe to assume that it'll be sold in same territories where the company now sells its phones. The forum post did not reveal more details about the OnePlus TV.
Is this image of a OnePlus 6 trying to tell us something? OnePlus seems to be focusing on "intelligent connectivity" with the OnePlus TV that is likely to be backed by 5G. Interested ones can enter into the contest and give names, following the rules mentioned by OnePlus.
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OnePlus, the Chinese-based company most known for making phones, is branching out. However, as of now, there's no clarity on that. The company will use different connectivity features to seamlessly connect and manage the OnePlus TV.
For now, there's no launch date for OnePlus TV, but Lau says that it will be unveiled sometime next year. Have ideas for a name? Let us know in the comments.
The company is yet to start making its TV and are now asking for suggestions from the consumers.
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"Something that seems as simple as displaying the photos from your mobile phone to a television is still hard to achieve", says Pete Lau. With the development of AI technology, our imagination is endless - and we are looking forward to the future. The forum post added that the product will have "premium flagship design" along with premium "image quality and audio experience". Perhaps the most interesting nugget of info is that as with its phones, OnePlus promises to be 'constantly listening, welcoming feedback and suggestions for what should be included in its new Smart TV.' So our advice is: get your ultimate TV-features wish-list on an email and send it to Pete Lau today! Lau said that the company has taken its first steps in developing its very first Smart TV, which is now called OnePlus TV. However, post-release software updates will help the company to "fully realize its vision".
To anyone who's not familiar with OnePlus devices, the company has made its name by building high-end devices - with premium design, materials, build quality, specs, and software - for a price that won't decimate your bank account.
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