Oppo Planning to Set Up Its First India R&D Centre in Hyderabad
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO on Monday declared its First R&D center in Hyderabad. Tasleem Arif is the R&D Head for the project.
According to Charles Wong, President of OPPO, the firm aspires to provide the best user experience to the customers. They intend to use the best combination of technical capability & innovation. The opening of the first R&D Centre in Hyderabad is a step in that direction. Also, it will strengthen their commitment to the Indian consumers.
The Head R&D and Vice President, Oppo India, Arif will be leading the team. The team will focus on software localisation for Indian Consumers as well as device quality.
Prior to joining OPPO, Arif was working at Samsung as Indian Hardware-Software Product Planning and Head – Samsung Make for India Innovations(R&D). He has been performing the role in mobile software and design from almost 15 years.
“We are excited to have Tasleem on board. We believe that with his expertise we will be able to build a strong R&D team and make this centre second largest after China,” Wong said.
The Hyderabad R&D Centre will be OPPO’s seventh facility globally with six others located in Chine, Japan and the US.