OnePlus has been dropping hints that it is working on a smart TV since this past year. We’d nothing concrete onto the TV, up until it was listed on Bluetooth SIG, revealing that it will arrive in a huge assortment of sizes (out of 43 all the way up to 75 inches) and have an LED panel. Little else has been understood, beside this, but just recently, a residential area representative chose into the OnePlus forums and actually affirmed what the TV is going to be predicted, sharing alongside a (allegedly ) final logo to the gadget. And, you guessed it, it’s known as the OnePlus TV… wait, what exactly did you expect? Oahu is the very plausible naming scheme, and the company thought as much:”Yes, we’re going to telephone our very first smart TV product”OnePlus TV” — simple yet tothepoint — since we all believe there isn’t any other name that can best reflect our worth, pride and vision than naming it using your own brand. “The forum thread also reveals the official logo for the OnePlus TV (pictured above), which is made up of the OnePlus logo with the letters TV next to it. Again, what else did you expect?Out of all the Bluetooth SIG listed OnePlus TV sizes, only the 75-inch variation is said to be US-bound. Smaller OnePlus TVs is going to be launched in other regions of the world, with the 43-inch version, which is the smallest of the bunch, having an India-exclusive. Additional 55-inch and 65-inch OnePlus TV models appear on Bluetooth SIG as well, though it’s unclear where they will soon be published. Although OnePlus filed 40 version amounts for certificates on Bluetooth SIG, maybe not all them are different OnePlus TVs. These version numbers are indicators about the size and region where they will soon be launched.

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