It's official: OnePlus' first TV will simply be called the OnePlus TV. The company has revealed the logo for the upcoming TV in a new blog post, with an official launch rumored for sometime next month.
Google was one of several American companies that had to cut ties with Huawei to comply with the U.S. government ban, and the company is now petitioning lawmakers in Washington to exempt it from the ban.
LG is kicking off pre-orders of its first 8K OLED TV, the 88Z9. The TV is up for pre-order in South Korea, and is slated to make its way to North America and Europe in Q3. Before you get too excited, know that it costs $42,000 in Korea.
Most mixed reality glasses are bulky and expensive, and a Chinese startup is looking to fix that with its first product, the Nreal Light. The glasses look like ordinary sunglasses, and will retail for just $499 later this year.
After making its debut last month, the OPPO Reno has launched in India. Both the 10x Zoom Edition and the standard verison are set to go on sale in the country shortly, with availability set to kick off from June 7.
OnePlus 7 Pro is launching in just over two weeks, and we have an early look at what its camera will be capable of. The device will feature a 48MP primary camera mated to a zoom lens that will offer 3x lossless zoom.