OnePlus is now on standby, as the company is in the process of meeting pre-orders on the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro phones. According to a report from Engadget, citing a number of “knowledgeable sources”, it appears that OnePlus has reduced its workforce in the United Kingdom, France and Germany by up to 90 percent, leaving behind the key employees (less than three) to keep the business running in Concerned markets.
A OnePlus spokesperson issued a statement to the author of the original report stating that the layoffs were part of the company 'complete restructuring' across Europe to focus on its stronger markets. It remains unclear how many employees have been laid off, and how many employees the company plans to hire at the moment.
On this topic, OnePlus spokesperson stated: “Europe is a very important market for us, and it has been so since the beginning of OnePlus. We are doing some strategic restructuring in Europe, and in fact we are hiring in the region. ”
According to Engadget sources, other teams within Europe including Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands and Belgium were not affected. Some employees were also asked to move from the company’s headquarters in the British capital to the company’s new headquarters in the Finnish capital, Helsinki.
As we know , the OnePlus 8 Pro has been equipped with a Fluid AMOLED screen that has a size of 6.78 inches and accurately + QuadHD + note that this screen supports HDR10 +, while the OnePlus 8 phone was equipped with a screen that features 6.55 inches and accurately + FullHD and a refresh rate of 90Hz with the knowledge that This screen in turn supports HDR10 + standard.
Aside from the cameras, it has now become clear also that the OnePlus 8 phone has a battery capacity of 4300mAh while the OnePlus 8 Pro phone has a larger battery with a capacity of 4510mAh, and it holds IP68 certification, which means that it is resistant to water and dust.