OnePlus Wants Your Inputs For the Next OnePlus TV Design

OnePlus has shared a teaser on social media channels that reads reads 'Unleash Your Intelligence and Imagination'.


OnePlus forayed into the smart TV segment with OnePlus TV Q1 and Q1 Pro back in 2019. The company recently launched a couple of budget-models under the Y series. Now, it looks like the company might soon expand its range of smart TVs in the country. The company took it to social media channels to share a teaser that reads ‘Unleash Your Intelligence and Imagination’. The teaser shared on the social media reads,

It's time to put on your creative hats.

We are always striving to bring products that solve your problems.
And what better way to do it than making you a part of the design process.

Stay tuned.

OnePlus has not shared anything else in the social media post. But as the post indicates, the company is looking for suggestions from the users for its upcoming product in the smart TV segment. The company might refresh the QLED TV lineup in the coming months as it’s been almost 17-18 months now since the OnePlus TV Q1 series was announced.

Lately, various brands such as TCL, and Xiaomi have entered QLED TV segment with more affordable offerings compared to the OnePlus TV Q1 series. With the upgraded models, OnePlus might try to bring a similar price to performance ratio to the table. Unfortunately, as of now nothing much is known about the upcoming OnePlus TV model. Rest assured, if and whenever any details about the upcoming OnePlus TV/s surface on the web, we will be sure to update our readers.

The company recently debuted into the smart wearable space with the OnePlus Band in India. OnePlus Band directly competes with the Mi Band 5 as it carries a price tag of Rs. 2,499. The OnePlus Band packs a 1.1-inch AMOLED display and offers up to 14 days of battery life. Also, it packs a SpO2 monitor, a heart-rate sensor and comes with 13 dedicated exercise modes. What are your expectations from the upcoming OnePlus TV? Do you own an OnePlus smart TV? If yes, what improvements do you wish to see? Do let us know in the comments below.