Chinese smartphone Oppo to set up its first India R&D center in Hyderabad

Telangana government continues to attract investments into the state. The latest firm to walk into Telangana is OPPO, a Chinese smartphone company which is planning to set up its first India research and development (R&D) center in Hyderabad.

In line with its objectives, the company has hired Tasleem Arif as its R&D Head in India, OPPO said in a statement.

“We are focused towards offering unique experiences to our consumers in India through our innovations and technological capabilities. The opening of our first R&D Centre in Hyderabad is a step in that direction and strengthens our commitment to the Indian consumers,” said Charles Wong, OPPO India President.

As the Vice President and Head R&D, OPPO India, Arif will be leading the team which will focus on software localization for Indian consumers as well as device quality.

The Hyderabad R&D Centre will be OPPO’s seventh facility globally with the other six being located in China, Japan, and the US.

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