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OnePlus and Oppo R&D Depts Merged? via OnePlus 6T

  1. nadeemaflah
    Froyo Jan 24, 2021


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  2. Arjun_Choudhry
    Jelly Bean Jan 24, 2021

    Arjun_Choudhry , Jan 24, 2021 :
    Nope. This means they will develop newer technology together, which either or both may choose to use in their devices. For example, if Oppo develops IMX 789 with Sony, OnePlus will be able to use it, while most other manufacturers won't (similar to IMX 689). The latest advancements in 10 bit displays and image/video capture that are expected in the Find X3 series will most likely be available in the OnePlus 9 Pro as well.
    This will also lead to lesser differentiating features between the devices of the 2 companies. The OnePlus 9 Pro will basically be an Oppo Find X3 Pro with OOS 11, alert slider and a couple of small differences in the camera setup.
    This may also mean that OnePlus may be able to use the image processing algorithms by Oppo (an excellent thing). Either way, it's all speculation. Let's wait and watch.
     

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  3. nadeemaflah
    Froyo Jan 24, 2021

    nadeemaflah , via OnePlus 6T , Jan 24, 2021 :
    The Oneplus Band has already been called as a rebranded Oppo Band....seems like there wont be much great differences now
     

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  4. Arjun_Choudhry
    Jelly Bean Jan 24, 2021

    Arjun_Choudhry , Jan 24, 2021 :
    It's unlikely that your post will be true. Maybe, Oppo and OnePlus may not pitch their devices against each other, and sell only one of the devices in a region. It's unfair to compare wearables with smartphones, as most of the wearables in a given price range offer similar designs and features, while smartphones in a price range may vary significantly. Also, joining hands in R&D does not mean the products will be same. Maybe, Oppo may offer a feature first to see the customers' response to it, and then after improving it accordingly, OnePlus may offer it in a later generation, or may not offer it at all. Not every technology created by an R&D team reaches one or more end products. It is often scrapped, or used only in concept devices. Until more information is available, it's better not to make speculative statements.
     

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  5. nadeemaflah
    Froyo Jan 24, 2021

    nadeemaflah , via OnePlus 6T , Jan 24, 2021 :
    No no...what i meant was...when the Oneplus band was launched...many tech reviewers said that 'they look like a rebranded version of Oppo band'......Many people from the tech community had told that...I just said that here
     

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  6. Arjun_Choudhry
    Jelly Bean Jan 24, 2021

    Arjun_Choudhry , Jan 24, 2021 :
    True. It's just that most of the bands look really similar, and offer a similar feature set
     

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  7. malidan
    Nougat Jan 24, 2021

    malidan , Jan 24, 2021 :
    There is only one R&D department and it belongs to OPPO, nothing will chang6e as OP have been using OPPO tech from day one.
    The bla bla bal is just a rouge to get Pete back Into his old chair at OPPO.
     

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  8. nadeemaflah
    Froyo Jan 28, 2021

    nadeemaflah , via OnePlus 6T , Jan 28, 2021 :
    OnePlus is going in a very bad way....Its wont be long before people get bored of the brand...even community people may get bored..... BEING A ONEPLUS FAN FROM EARLY TIMES....THIS IS SAD
     

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