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OnePlus CEO Shared Image Of OnePlus TV Remote

We know that OnePlus TV is on card by the company and it will be launching very soon, mostly September only. India will be the first country to experience this TV, following by China and then other regions as well. There are many leaks over the internet about the TV, and some official information based on the teasers. But as of now we don’t know anything about the remote of these TVs. But today, we have a photo of the same.

 

OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau tweeted a picture of OnePlus TV’s remote on his Twitter handle today. He added a caption “Take a Take a closer look. The power is in your hand!”. As you can see from the image below, you will notice that the remote has a very clean and high-tech type design in silver greyish colour. The buttons are very less here. A touch sensitive scrolling button is on top, with a separate button within. Below that there are some other buttons like a button with OnePlus logo, Google Assistance logo (voice commands will be there, nice), and few other buttons.

The bottom half is total clean to hold the remote comfortably. Volume rocker is present on the right side, similar to smartphones. And this seems to he a very comfortable place as we all are habitual using smartphones now. Lastly, at the bottom there’s a Type-C port as well. So the remote can be charged with any Type-C cable (maybe there will be fast charging like Bullet Wireless earphones).

 

So that’s all the information we have as of now. As we are getting closer to the launch and as we are seeing more and more information of OnePlus TV, excitement is raising constantly. Hope that OnePlus will launch these TVs with reasonable price. What are your thoughts about this remote? Let us know in the comment section below. Also stay tuned with us for more information.

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