While specifications remain a mystery, a report suggests that the OnePlus TV would come with Jio streaming apps when launched in India. And, you guessed it, it's called the OnePlus TV. wait, what did you expect? While nothing much has been officially announced since then, OnePlus has finally unveiled the name of its first TV and it will be called the "OnePlus TV". After the company asked its users to come up with a name for its next consumer electronic good, i.e., the TV, last year, it now confirms the name - the OnePlus TV.
OnePlus said in its latest forum post that the OnePlus TV was created with its "Never Settle" spirit and "burdenless" design philosophy.
The company claims it was inspired by classical art forms like the ancient Hindu mandala symbol as well as the Heraion of Argos ancient Greek temple.
"The gap between the '+' and the logo edge is twice as the one between the '+' and the letter "T", which is also twice as the one between "T" and "V", added OnePlus' official blog. This new announcement from OnePlus assures its TV project is legit, which is a rejoice to OnePlus fans. As per the certification listing, OnePlus will unveil televisions in 43-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch sizes.
OnePlus last year took registrations from its community for choosing the name of its first TV last year.
In a forum post, a OnePlus representative also detailed the logo creation process and how the company chose to stick with the familiar company logo and the addition of a TV.
OnePlus said it will keep its promise to award the winners of the "OnePlus TV: You Name It" contest and give an even bigger prize to the person who first named its new product the OnePlus TV.
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