The brainchild of BBK Electronics OnePlus has announced that it will further integrate the team with its sister brand Oppo. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau calls it ‘A new journey for OnePlus’ OxygenOS. Prior to this move, back in January, both companies had revealed that they are merging both company hardware R&D wing.
This turn of events began when Pete Lau joined Oppo to envision the product strategy for both brands combined. At the moment we do not have a concrete idea of how it will affect the future of both brands. The forum post states that this integration of numerous teams in Oppo and OnePlus will better streamline the operations further helping to capitalise on additional resources.
The OnePlus CEO ensured that this merger will be positive for the OnePlus community as well. He said, ‘”OnePlus will have more resources at hand to create even better products for you”. The current vision of this partnership is to ensure the OnePlus phones software update scenario to be faster and more seamless, all the while keeping the OxygenOS updates bug-free.
However, there are some concerns regarding the future of the Oxygen OS as OnePlus users in China are getting OnePlus phones that run on ColorOS. It remains to be seen whether OnePlus will axe OxygenOS in favour of its sister brand’s Operating System on a global scale. Do you think it’s the death warrant to OxygenOS? Comment below and let us know.
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