Capitalising on what they have learnt manufacturing these phones OnePlus are looking to expand into the consumer television market. The company also makes some pretty stellar accessories such as backpacks, headphones, and more.
OnePlus who is known for its smartphones will foray into the TV market with the goal to create the Smart TV of the future.
Aiming to bring the level of technology that we're used to seeing in our smartphones to our home TV systems, OnePlus are seeing to take this market very seriously.
CEO Pete Lau took to the official OnePlus forums to announce the entertainment device, stating that the company is "building a new product of OnePlus' premium flagship design, image quality and audio experience to more seamlessly connect the home". OnePlus will pick their top 20 favourite suggestions globally and you could be in with a chance of winning one of the first TVs off the production line and a trip to the TV's launch event.
"For most of us, there are four major environments we experience each day: the home, the workplace, the commute, and being on-the-move".
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We call it: OnePlus TV.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau will lead this new division, where they'll attempt to balance "high-quality hardware with the latest in technology, developing a seamless user experience, and crafting hardware that is minimalistic and timeliness in design".
Mr Lau told Business Insider that he hopes its first television will be released in 2019, using smart features and artificial intelligence in a bid to stand out from traditional televisions. So, what do you think about the OnePlus TV?
Currently, there's no word on whether OnePlus will roll out its smart TV portfolio in India or not. He also revealed that the device is now in an early development stage, but if everything goes well, it should hit the market by the end of 2019. Presumably, this hints at the strategy of offering something similar to the competition at a lower price.