OnePlus Announces Smart TV Name and Logo

Posted on August 14, 2019 by Paul Thurrott in Android, Mobile, Music + Videos, Smart Home with 4 Comments

After a year-long naming competition, OnePlus revealed this week that its fans have absolutely no imagination at all. As a result, it will brand its upcoming line of Smart TVs as OnePlus TV.

“Please welcome the OnePlus TV!” the firm announced in a forum post. “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.”

Fair enough.

I won’t bore you with the details of the OnePlus TV logo, but OnePlus says it was “born out of the “Never Settle” spirit and “burdenless” design philosophy.”

Here’s what we know about this coming lineup of TVs. There will be multiple models and screen sizes. And it will launch later this year.

And … that’s literally all we know.

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4 responses to “OnePlus Announces Smart TV Name and Logo”

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    jchampeau

    I can't wait to see what new and innovative features they put in their TVs! ....said no one, at least in the last 3-5 years.

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    JCerna

    Well I for one am excited, obviously it's an android tv, one that will hopefully be top specs and cheaper than competitors. I need a 4k TV so let's see it.

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    darkgrayknight

    Can we just get a OnePlus large Monitor? The whole smart TV thing is nearly useless considering the many devices of varying costs that are better updated than TVs ever could be.


    What I'd really like a set of Surface Monitors that are the Surface Studio 2 displays with USB-C, display port, hdmi, thunderbolt connections.

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    peterh_oz

    Give me a small, usable, replacable PC attached to my TV any day over a deviice that requires apps. Ever since the Apple tv 2, the first of the puck versions, stoppped even working with youtube because they wouldn't upgrade their app, I have sworn off an app only device. Seriously, a video streaming device that doesn't work with the world's biggest video site? WTF?

    Nah gimme a browser that can run EVERY site. And smart TVs don't run every site within their "browser" either. No thanks!

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