OnePlus license in Europe: the headquarters is now in Helsinki
Last year we started from Italy and Spain, now the so-called "restructuring" of OnePlus has also affected the United Kingdom, France and Germany, where the teams work would have already been reduced about 80%. Almost a week since the launch of the new line-up comes as well the cold shower for 20 of its european employees, as confirmed in the last few hours in a post from the same Album Lampen, head of strategy for OnePlus in Europe.
The reasons for this are not clear; officially it speaks of "changes to the current organizational structure within Europe for best to rationalise our operations, while continuing to meet the needs of our growing community". Probably OnePlus is focusing only on the countries that respond best to new products - such as OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro - given a starting price that it has become over the years more and more important.
Evidently, the honeymoon is over also in the United Kingdom, where the new generation of their smartphone is available through a single telephone operator (Three UK), although it remains to be purchased through the official web-site, and the usual online channels. The first uk operator BT (which is part of EE) appears to have stopped the collaborations after you put it on the list, the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G last year and with O2 (according to customers) do you see a smartphone on the list, from the 6T. According to analyst Ben Wood of CCS Insight told by Engadget, OnePlus is reportedly paying the difficulty of sustaining stable relationships and long-term with european operators, by jumping rather from one to another in the course of different generations. The mid-range Huawei for excellence? Huawei P Smart Z, buy it at the best price from Mobzilla 145 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING