new Delhi. Sumit Walia, vice president of product and marketing at Oppo India, has left the Chinese smartphone company. The company is preparing its new offer for the next unlock phase, meanwhile Walia has decided to leave the company. Walia joined the company in April last year. The company said in a statement, Sumit Walia has decided to take the next step in his professional career and break away from Oppo. We thank Sumit for his tireless service and leadership at Oppo India and wish him all the best for his future endeavors.
Prior to joining Oppo, Walia has also worked with Samsung. He has decided to leave the company amid the June launch of the flagship Oppo Find X-2 and Find X-2 Pro 5-G smartphones in the country. According to Counterpoint Research, under the leadership of Walia, the company has reported good performance for the A-31 and A-9 2020 in the offline segment, along with increased demand for its budget segment devices A-5 2020 and A-5S.
Due to his efficient leadership, Oppo reported an 83 percent increase in the first quarter of 2020. Before launching a nationwide shutdown due to Kovid-19, Walia stated that Oppo aims to manufacture 100 million mobiles in India by the end of 2020. Along with this, the company has also set big targets for the sale of the flagship device.
The smartphone brand's business in the country has been affected by the frequent disruptions that followed the nationwide shutdown and the industry expects the business to improve in the festive quarter.
This post was published on July 13, 2020 12:45 pm
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