{Disarmed} After merging with OnePlus: Oppo dismisses 20 percent of the developers

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The close collaboration between Oppo and OnePlus earlier this year should help speed up software updates by building OxygenOS on top of ColorOS. Unfortunately, this merger also has an impact on Oppo employees.

Bloomberg reports that after the merger with OnePlus, Oppo cut its staff by 20 percent, particularly the teams responsible for the ColorOS software and the "device teams". Apparently, some of these decisions were made to remove redundant items.

The cuts affect key departments, including a team that adapts Android to the in-house ColorOS, and a department for the Internet of Things that develops a range of wearables like smartwatches and earbuds.

It remains unclear how this will affect the development of ColorOS within the company. Not that the merger of Oppo and OnePlus will backfire in the end, as important developers for the updates of ColorOs and OxygenOS are no longer on board.


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