Chinese smartphone vendor OnePlus said it will step up its push to expand its presence in the global high-end smartphone market this year, after the company achieved the mark of selling more than 10 million units of premium smartphones globally in 2021.
The comment came as OnePlus products are already available in more than 50 countries and regions, and it entered the United States market in 2018 with the backing of US mobile operator T-Mobile.
Liu Zuohu, founder of OnePlus, said as a brand focusing on the high-end smartphone market, OnePlus will further its research and development push to come up with better products.
OnePlus recently unveiled its latest flagship smartphone OnePlus 10 Pro, which is priced from 4,699 yuan ($740) in China.
OnePlus has also announced a partnership with Swedish professional camera maker Hasselblad last year under which Hasselblad helps its smartphones develop better photo-taking capabilities.