Oppo and OnePlus have debunked rumours that the Chinese smartphone makers are planning to leave the European market. It is a response to the recent tweet by AllAboutSamsung journalist Max Jambor, indicating that the brands would withdraw from Germany, France, the Netherlands and the UK, among others.
Dries Cludts, PR manager of Oppo Benelux, shared the following statement:
“Oppo and OnePlus are committed to all existing European markets. We got off to a good start in 2023 with the successful launches of several products in Europe and have a lineup of upcoming products for the rest of the year. As always, Oppo and OnePlus will continue to provide more innovative products and the best service for users in the future.”
The manufacturer does not speak out about the German market, where since the summer of last year, due to a patent dispute with Nokia, there has been a ban on smartphone sales from Oppo and OnePlus. In any case, customers with a device would continue to receive support and updates.