China's OnePlus, Oppo integrate parts of research and development

OnePlus and Oppo are integrating parts of their research and development within OPLUS to "maximise resources", a move that could see the smartphone brands work more closely in the future. While the companies did not disclose details around the integration, the development is expected to include the R&D teams of Oppo and OnePlus in India as well. "To better maximise resources and further position OnePlus for growth, we are in the process of further integrating some R&D capabilities within OPLUS, our long-term investor. OnePlus will continue operating independently and working to deliver the best possible user experience for existing and future OnePlus users," OnePlus said in an e-mailed statement. In a similarly worded statement, Oppo said, "in order to enhance customer experience and strengthen service network, OPPO is in the process of further strengthening some R&D teams within our long-term investor OPLUS to better maximise resources". Oppo will continue operating ...

China's OnePlus, Oppo integrate parts of research and development
OnePlus and Oppo are integrating parts of their research and development within OPLUS to "maximise resources", a move that could see the smartphone brands work more closely in the future. While the companies did not disclose details around the integration, the development is expected to include the R&D teams of Oppo and OnePlus in India as well. "To better maximise resources and further position OnePlus for growth, we are in the process of further integrating some R&D capabilities within OPLUS, our long-term investor. OnePlus will continue operating independently and working to deliver the best possible user experience for existing and future OnePlus users," OnePlus said in an e-mailed statement. In a similarly worded statement, Oppo said, "in order to enhance customer experience and strengthen service network, OPPO is in the process of further strengthening some R&D teams within our long-term investor OPLUS to better maximise resources". Oppo will continue operating ...