OnePlus is known for its smartphones, but now the company is setting up to enter the smart TV market. Reports suggest that the new smartTV will be called OnePlus TV. Pete Lau, the founder and CEO of OnePlus, went on and made an announcement that he would be leading the new television division along with the already enduring smartphone division. The television division of the company will be backed by artificial intelligence and the company plans on calling it "intelligent connectivity".
OnePlus will be the second Chinese smartphone company after Xiaomi that will be entering the television market. With this OnePlus will be taking on other smartphone makers who have ruled the television market, like LG, Sony and Samsung.
According to the company, OnePlus plans on using its expertise in terms of hardware, software and design that has been used over the years, to make the new OnePlus TV.
There are no details about the screen size and operating system that will be used in the smart TV model, but the presence of artificial intelligence (AI) is for sure.
OnePlus is internally calling the model OnePlus TV, but the OnePlus executive has asked for community's help to give an official name to the first TV product, for which the registration of proposed names is open till 16th October, from which 10 best entries will be selected on 31st October.