After almost a year of silence, OnePlus finally spoke up about its upcoming TV. The OnePlus TV will feature smart capabilities coupled with the company's "burden-less" design philosophy to offer users a smooth and connected experience.
Ahead of the official launch, OnePlus TV has made numerous unofficial appearances on the web.
We were inspired by classic geometric progression, which can be seen from so many classic art forms, such the ancient Hindu symbol, the mandala, and the famous ancient Greek temple, Heraion of Argos.
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For the logo design, OnePlus didn't make any major changes from what we have seen in the branding of its smartphones. Furthermore, a report earlier this week claimed that the new range of OnePlus TVs could be launched anywhere between September 25 and September 30. Currently, it is unknown at what stage is the testing development at, but if near completion, there is a possibility that Jio apps would come pre-installed with the OnePlus TV. The new OnePlus TV logo is also said to be denoting aesthetics of symmetry and unity, for which the company has utilized the same thickness for both logo and letters. These are likely to launch in countries like China, India, and the U.S. first. The blog notes "a big prize for the first one who named it OnePlus TV".
It's been a year since OnePlus teased the existence of its very own TV to be headed to market, and in that time it's ran a competition to help decide the name of the soon-to-be-revealed set. As per the certification listing, OnePlus will unveil televisions in 43-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch sizes. Last year, it had started the "OnePlus TV: You Name It" contest that asked its fans to name the upcoming TV.