As we mentioned, Oppo and OnePlus decided to go together, as their merger brought the two companies closer. Undoubtedly, we know that the two companies are going to work together on hardware, but the question is what is going to happen with the software, as OxygenOS, which resides inside OnePlus, is one of its strong assets.
So as you can see, many of the fans were reasonably concerned about the fate of this successful operating system after the merger of the two companies. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau appeared quite reassuring, as after a relevant question asked on the OnePlus forum, he characteristically stated that OnePlus will continue to rely on the modified OxygenOS Operating System for devices sold outside China. It is worth noting that the OnePluss released in China had HydrogenOS inside, which was a skinned version of OxygenOS (without Google). Certainly, the merger will greatly affect the two companies, so it is interesting to see the direction of this partnership…
Source: Digital Life! by www.digitallife.gr.
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