It was announced this week that OnePlus, the smartphone brand famous for its Never Settle approach, would be further merging with its sister-brand Oppo.
This feels like a huge move and one that has been on the cards for a while as OnePlus recently started using Oppo’s ColorOS software, rather than its own OxygenOS, on new phones in China.
In a post on the OnePlus Forums, CEO Pete Lau said this was a “turning point for the future of OnePlus” and that “this change will be positive for our community and our users.
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