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It's official, #OnePlus is 'integrating' with #Oppo while operating separately 🤯— roobina mongia (@roobinam) June 16, 2021
Seems like a sub-brand situation like Poco/Xiaomi.
The designs have been similar enough for a while, but I hope Oppo can teach OnePlus how to make better cameras 😅 https://t.co/7sFWqzSCxO
Interesting move, am not surprised though. Maybe its time to say bye bye to Oxygen OS 🤔— Jt Jones (@jonesyoutubejt) June 16, 2021
I beleive even if they shift to colorOS like they did in china, majority of @oneplus target audience won’t care.and of late oneplus seems to target a wider Audience https://t.co/5f5H5mcUbf
BBK Electronics Group has delivered multiple phone brands inc. @OnePlus, @Oppo, Vivo, Realme & iQOO. Given competitive intensity in smartphone market, having those divisions work more closely makes a lot of sense. I've suspected it for some time TBH. https://t.co/zBqOR23Drp pic.twitter.com/l301ozsKBA— Ben Wood (@benwood) June 17, 2021
There you go - this is "now official!— Neil Shah (@neiltwitz) June 16, 2021
✌️@oneplus + @oppo = @OPPO + @oneplus
💰Will make @oneplus more profitable & enjoy a bigger marketing budget as a business unit.
📈Officially scale everything from product planning to procurement to payroll.https://t.co/qsBcM7FUqt
Both @oppo & @oneplus were already sharing resources. Makes sense as the future of devices will be more about the integration of hardware along with software and services and differentiating design language in hardware is getting harder 1/2https://t.co/yykLQRhjT0— Tarun Pathak (@Tarunpathak) June 16, 2021
OnePlus is integrating into OPPO!— Abhishek Baxi (@baxiabhishek) June 16, 2021
It's also funny since OnePlus denied being born out of OPPO (and BBK) for quite some time.
Essentially, OnePlus left the home with the enthusiasm of the youth, never settled, and is now back to live with its parents.https://t.co/JueyOPipD5
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