Cheetosdust, Apr 15, 2019 : Hello community, hope you are having a great Monday. Recently I saw an interview with Pete Lau, OnePlus CEO and climber of mysterious stairs, where he mentioned a OnePlus ecosystem. Lau talked about how the company is not interested in developing a foldable device right now, and he pivoted the conversation to a “OnePlus ecosystem”. Granted, he was talking about the upcoming OnePlus TV being the center and the start of said ecosystem, mentioning that: “It will be a TV that can communicate with the phone without any barrier forming a single true ecosystem. To make the TV really smart you needed a company that knows a smartphone by heart. I prefer the term ‘smart displays’ rather than TV. Today, for example, when you come back home you have to look for the remote control to turn on the television and this is already a really dated system. I imagine a screen that is always ready and anticipates various needs. Artificial intelligence from this point of view can do amazing things and is maturing very quickly. AI can learn from habits and provide what is needed when needed. We’re working on it, but it’s too early to talk about dates”. The site, however, also writes that “Lau confirmed that this ‘smart display’ will act as a hub for other OnePlus smart devices, citing the dated TV remote as one area that would potentially see innovation in the future ecosystem”. These are the facts - oh and that OnePlus is not interested in developing a car because “that is a very complex world”. Now, if you are here reading this, you probably have or had a OnePlus device. Let’s take that “a hub for other OnePlus smart devices” quote and imagine that in ten years, OnePlus really does have an ecosystem of products talking to each other. I would love to read what do you think of that. Do you see yourself buying into that and updating your devices one by one until you are surrounded by OnePlus devices or do you hate that idea because it’s hard to get out - like Apple customers usually say? Not only that, but do you think OnePlus is able to seamlessly integrate them as Apple does with their devices? Easy to use, always working, be ready for you when you get home, etc. And finally, I would love to know what products do you see OnePlus developing as part of that ecosystem. We have a phone, the Wireless Bullets and a television. What do you want to see with a OnePlus logo and how do you think that will improve your daily life? Source: Repubblica via 9to5google.com.