OnePlus opens it's first R&D facility in India in Hyderabad

  Yesterday, OnePlus has opened its first Research & Development (R&D) facility in India in Hyderabad. K. T. Rama Rao and Jayesh Ranjan IAS, Principal Secretary for IT and Industries inaugurated the OnePlus’ first R&D centre in India at the Vamsiram’s IT Park at the Wipro Circle in Nanakramguda.


  The company has plans to invest INR 1000 crore into its R&D facility over the next 3 years. The company said that this facility will not only play a critical role in the development of Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning in OnePlus products but will also drive innovations that are centric and relevant to the Indian community.

  The Company said that the new R&D centre will feature three labs — camera lab, communications and networking labs and automation labs that will focus heavily on camera development, 5G testing, software with focus on AI and performance testing. It will focus on 5 areas including Network, Global Carrier Customization, OxygenOS native apps, global product development, software innovation and finally, testing. The company also going to focus India-specific OxygenOS development.

  The company said that the new R&D centre will give opportunities to fresh talent with the company’s ongoing campus hiring program at a number of universities including the IIT Delhi and IIT Mumbai initiated last year.

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