OnePlus and OPPO are merging their R&D teams, and bringing the two companies closer together as OnePlus co-founder and CEO confirms that the phone-makers will now “further integrate.” OnePlus will continue to operate as a separate brand, Lau insists, though it’s expected that the new organizational setup will be a shortcut to more cost-effective development.
“As many of you know, last year I took on some additional responsibilities to oversee product strategy for both OnePlus and OPPO,” Lau wrote on the official OnePlus forum.
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