OnePlus will continue to sell its upcoming smartphones running OxygenOS and operate independently, according to a new report.
Pete Lau, CEO of OnePlus and Senior Vice President of Oppo, has announced that OnePlus and its parent company Oppo will combine more resources.Following the successful fusion of their respective R&D departments last year, the decision was reached.Users of OnePlus have been speculating about the future of OxygenOS and whether OnePlus’s upcoming smartphones will run ColorOS, just like they do in China.
since this new announcement.
SmartDekho reported that OnePlus will continue to sell its upcoming smartphones running OxygenOS and operate as an independent brand.
As a result, OxygenOS users will continue to enjoy the same Android 12 experience.On the other hand, it’s possible that both businesses will share some features for their respective Android skins.We will have to wait until later this year to find out which elements all the upcoming skins will share. “In terms of the OnePlus brand, we will continue to operate independently, concentrating on providing you with the best products and experience possible, just as we have always done.We will continue to launch OnePlus products, hold events—hopefully soon in person—and solicit your feedback directly through the previous OnePlus channels.In a blog post that was posted to the official forum, OnePlus stated, “OnePlus’ commitment to you remains unchanged.”
OnePlus phones in China used to run HydrogenOS, a fork of OxygenOS that didn’t use Google’s Mobile Services (GMS).The company has now switched to ColorOS over the China-specific skin.Aside from that, the Android 12 beta for OnePlus devices featured OxygenOS rather than ColorOS.