Smartphone maker Oppo on Thursday said it will allocate $143 million in 2020 for supporting developers across the globe to boost its operating ecosystem.
At the OPPO Developer Conference (ODC) in Beijing, the company said: “developer support programme Gravity Plan 2.0, for which OPPO will allocate RMB 1 billion (about $143 million) in 2020, will majorly focus on Asian markets including India.”
“Oppo understands India as their key market and aims to reach out to the large talent pool of innovators, developers and partners,” the company said.
The development comes a day after Chinese telecom gear maker Huawei and its sub-brand Honor approached developers in India to boost its own mobile application suite Huawei Mobile Services on the lines of Google Mobile Service.
The company said that more than 120,000 developers have already joined the OPPO’s platform till date.

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