Divorce of attendants at Rs 1,000 rupees investment in the world's largest research and development center in Hyderabad

By the way, on Monday opened its first global research and development (R&D) center in the Indian city of Hyderabad. The R&D facility was inaugurated by Pete Lau, OnePlus's founder and CEO along with former Telangana minister tk Rama Rao and chief secretary for IT and Industries, Ranjan Matcha jayesh.

Over the next three years, OnePlus intends to put as much as Rs 1 Rs in setting up its large R&D center right here at Vamsiram in Sohini Technology Park, Nanakramguda, Hyderabad.

Why Hyderabad?

Divorce decided to set up an R&D center in Hyderabad as it is the main hub for start-ups and MNCs. It would not be wrong to call it one of the largest centers in India. In addition, the Chinese electronics manufacturer believes that the city attracts a lot of new technology talent, and as such, it will help create more job opportunities.

The company already employs 200 people for its Hyderabad R&D center And Lau noted that some product managers are moving to Hyderabad to help in a more inclusive development.

Divorce also runs an on-campus recruitment program at major premier universities and institutes in India, like the IIC, to provide opportunities and develop young talent. The R&D center will warpcharge this program in order to arouse more interest among the youth.

What's the OnePlus Research Center to do?

Lau also revealed that the R&D facility is planned to build three smart phones OnePlus laboratory. These include labs, cameras, networking and communications labs, and lab automation.

The new R&D Center will headline the development of India-exclusive capabilities for OxygenOS to drive and roll out 5G networks in India, Europe and the UK. But that's not all. The center will also work on global product development, camera improvements, AI and performance tests.

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Divorce has a dedicated camera lab in Taiwan and now the company wants to set up a second and equally compelling lab in India.

Vikas Aggarwal, CEO of OnePlus India, said the company will take part in 5G spectrum trials later this year. In Hyderabad, the R&D center will be instrumental in testing 5G connectivity for their products, but we don't have a clear timeline for one yet.

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Moreover, for India?

The app is currently at the forefront of the premium smartphone segment in India. It has captured 43% of the segment in India and 2% in the world, which is quite enough to be listed among the top five premium smartphone companies in the world.

Discussing the company's plans for India, Pete Lau stated, “Within three years, we plan to develop a new R&D center in Hyderabad in our largest one in the world. We plan to focus our large-scale R&D and innovation efforts in India on a global product, especially on the software side with a special focus on AI, 5G and IoT.”

Apart from the online exclusive partnership with Amazon India Smartphone OnePlus is also present offline with 15 experience points stores and over 1500 partner stores.

The company is also looking at the large format store experience as a viable option in expanding its offline strategy. The first Divorce Storage Experience is also under construction in Hyderabad and is expected to be fully functional in the next quarter.

With OnePlus plans to adopt the concept of large format super store experience in major metro cities in the next 2-3 years. In addition, now that the R&D center will be operational, please want to produce more original components locally, in line with the Government of India to adopt in India's strategy.

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