For a while now, OnePlus has been teasing that they were working on a smart TV. Given that OnePlus’ portfolio largely consists of smartphones, it was an indication that the company was looking to expand beyond just handsets. For those who are curious about the TV, you’ll be pleased to learn that the OnePlus TV has been officially announced.
OnePlus TV is one of the most anticipated products with the leaks and rumors making rounds. While we are just a day away from its official launch, in a tweet, the founder of OnePlus teased how the TV will look in its full glory (as shown in the image above).Even though the picture looks great – there is one important thing to notice here though. The user interface of the […]
If you love what OnePlus has done with the OnePlus 7 and would love to see what the company will be doing with its successor, you’ll be pleased to learn that following the rumors, it has been confirmed that the OnePlus 7T will be launched on the 26th of September and the 10th of October.
According to recent reports, OnePlus is said to be planning on releasing the Android 10 update to its smartphones on the same day as Google, which apparently will be today. Whether or not that will happen remains to be seen, but in the meantime, OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro owners who are interested in the update can check out the developer preview.
OnePlus is working on a smart TV of their, that much we know. However, details about the TV are scarce, save for its size in which the company had previously revealed that it will be a 55-inch TV with a 4K QLED display. However, thanks to a listing on Amazon, it seems that more details about the TV have been revealed.
If there is one thing Apple does right, it would be in software updates. While the company would no doubt prefer customers to continuously update their devices, they have done a good job of ensuring that even devices 5-6 years old keep receiving major updates. Now as some of you know, OnePlus plans to launch their own smart TV.
These days, more of our TVs are getting “smarter”. However, the problem is that everyone seems to want to use their own proprietary software, which each TV makers has included their own software. This has resulted in a bit of fragmentation where some TV software is better and more feature-rich than others.
For the past few years, OnePlus has typically released two smartphones on an annual basis. One in the earlier part of the year, and the other in the second half of the year. The OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro have already been released, but in case either model wasn’t to your liking, you might be interested to learn that OnePlus will be launching the OnePlus 7T soon.
Last year OnePlus had confirmed that they are working on a smart TV. Not much is known about the TV, but according to a report from MySmartPrice, they have found out that the upcoming OnePlus smart TV is expected to come with its own Bluetooth remote controller, at least according to a sighting on the Bluetooth SIG website.
All new smartphones tend to go through a period in which they experience some bugs and kinks that are usually ironed out in future patches. This is why it did not come as a surprise to learn that OnePlus 7 Pro owners were running into issues with the handset, although in this case, this issue seems to be pretty severe.
OnePlus is a company known for their smartphones, but last year, the company confirmed that they would be making a smart TV. Details of the device were scarce back then, but until today, we haven’t really heard much on that front, leaving some to wonder if the device will be coming at all.
One of the selling points of the OnePlus 7 Pro is its 90Hz display (even though it might not always run at 90Hz). However, early into its release, quite a number of users discovered that there was an issue with the display of their device where it seems to be affected by a “ghost touch”.
One of the key highlights of the OnePlus 7 Pro is that the phone comes with a 90Hz display. This makes the phone stand out from the majority of the competition as it does offer up a faster refresh rate, a feature that OnePlus was quick to capitalize on. However, as it turns out, the phone’s 90Hz display refresh rate might not be 90Hz all the time.
When we touch the screens of our smartphones, we expect it to register our touch and thats it. However, it seems that some OnePlus 7 Pro owners are reporting that their devices are experiencing a “ghost touch”, where it seems that their phones are reacting to being touched even if the user has not touched the device.