OnePlus will integrate with OPPO even further, announces OnePlus CEO
As most of you might know, OnePlus is an OPPO subsidiary. While both the brands have operated independently for a long time, OnePlus integrated a number of its teams with OPPO last year. This action, according to the management, was taken to improve the efficiency of the two organizations. Looking at the positive outcome of this decision, the two companies have now decided to integrate OnePlus with OPPO even further.
OnePlus will integrate with OPPO even further
Today, OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau, has announced on the OnePlus Forum that OnePlus will be integrating with OPPO even further. According to him, OnePlus will have more resources at hand to create better products and offer faster software updates with the brand’s further integration with OPPO. Pete says that the integration of OnePlus with OPPO will also make them more efficient at their work.
According to Pete, OnePlus will continue to operate as an independent brand. He adds “We will continue launching OnePlus products, holding events (hopefully in person soon), and engaging directly with you for feedback through the same OnePlus channels as before.” Pete has also confirmed that Oxygen OS is here to stay for now. And that its integration with OPPO will not affect Oxygen OS.
Pete hasn’t explained the strategy in detail. However, going by his post, it looks like OnePlus and OPPO will share technologies and develop new products together. Recently, we learned that the upcoming OnePlus Nord 2 will be a rebranded variant of the OPPO Reno 6/Realme X9. So, it looks like the two companies have already started working on products together. If what we are speculating is true, we could soon see OnePlus and OPPO launching each other’s phones under their brand names.