OnePlus integrates further with Oppo, if that’s even possible

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The whole camera system on the OnePlus 9 Pro is solid, but has room to improve
The OnePlus 9 Pro. | Photo by Becca Farsace / The Verge

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has announced a “new journey” for the company including a plan to “further integrate our organization with Oppo.” Lau made the announcement by way of a post on OnePlus’ forums, saying “we’re at a turning point for the future of OnePlus” and “we must adapt as a team and a brand.”

It sounds like a dramatic move for OnePlus, the company Lau started with Carl Pei after ostensibly leaving Oppo in 2013. OnePlus made its name with rebellious marketing and hype-driven online retail strategies, portraying itself as a smarter alternative to bigger smartphone brands.

But it remained a private company with ownership tied up in Oppo and the shadowy BBK Electronics empire, and it...

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