OPPO breaks ground on new Chang’an R&D center

To boost Research and Development capabilities, OPPO is establishing a new center in China’s Chang’an Town, Dongguan, Guangdong Province. The new facilities, together with the company’s existing R&D centers, will form a robust research engine that will  power OPPO’s continued innovations.

The new center, said to cost over P75 billion, is expected to house 5,000 R&D personnel after completion.

As a global R&D engine for the company, the new Chang’an center will design and test a vast range of smart devices. Among these are smartphones and IoT products. The center will also support OPPO’s mission of providing cutting-edge smart devices and services for the era of intelligent connectivity.

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An architectural rendering of the new center shows that it will cover roughly 82,000 square meters and will consist of 10 all-glass towers. The buildings will consist of offices, a talent development center, an R&D center, a mobile internet research center, and a testing center. In addition, the landmark office tower, upon completion, will represent a spectacular fixture of Dongguan’s skyline.

The center is designed by top global architecture firm Kohn Penderson Fox Associates in partnership with dozens of professional consultants.

Read more: OPPO invests $1.43 billion on R&D in 2019


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