Before the launch of OnePlus 8T, co-founder Carl Pei left the company, will bring a new venture!

Before the launch of OnePlus 8T, co-founder Carl Pei left the company, will bring a new venture!

Carl Pei, the co-founder of Chinese premium smartphone maker OnePlus, is leaving the company. According to the report, an internal document has leaked, making it clear that Carl Pei is no longer with OnePlus. 

OnePlus 8T is going to be launched tomorrow, ie on October 14, and just a day before this news has come, which is a little surprising.

It is worth noting that about 6 years ago, ie 2013 OnePlus was started as a startup. OnePlus was started by Pete Lau and Carl Pei together.

The CEO of OnePlus is currently Pete Lau and he is also the founder of this company.

An internal document of OnePlus has been leaked on Reddit, which has revealed that Carl Pei is no longer with the company.

Incharge of OnePlus Nord … 

Recently, the OnePlus Nord series has been launched and Carl Pei was in charge of this series, but now Emily Dai has been made head for the Nord, which also has the responsibility of OnePlus India.

Now it is not clear that Carl Pei has left OnePlus by himself, then he has been removed. However, even in the event of removal, the company can say that it was their own decision.

So far, no statement has come from either OnePlus nor Carl Pei.

According to a report, Carl Pei is now preparing to start a new venture leaving OnePlus. For this, they are talking to investors.

Let me tell you that Carl Pei’s Twitter and Linked In Bio has not changed yet. OnePlus Co Founder is still written on LinkedIn and #NewBeginnings @oneplus on Twitter.

OnePlus has seen a lot of changes in 7 years. From the beginning till now, the company focuses on the premium smartphone market and in India it also gives a tough competition to the iPhone.

OnePlus has been known for many years because of premium smartphone design, software and innovation. However, nothing like ground breaking has been seen in the company’s phone in the recent two years.


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