OnePlus India announces donation of Rs. 1 crore to PM Relief Fund
OnePlus becomes the next Chinese smartphone company after Xiaomi and Oppo to pledge a donation to Prime Minister Cares relief fund in India to fight the coronavirus outbreak in the country. The brand donated a total amount of Rs. 1 crore just like its sister brand Oppo.
Ever since the cases of COVID-19 disease started rising in India, many companies, celebrities, and even common people have come forward to contribute to various relief funds such as PM, CM and others by NGOs.
As for Chinese companies, TikTok has donated the highest-ever known amount of Rs. 100 crores in the form of medical equipment to India, followed by Xiaomi with its Rs. 15 crore pledge. As for the BBK group, Vivo has not pledged any amount so far but has announced to donate surgical and N95 masks to doctors and medical workers. However, Oppo donated Rs. 1 crore last week and now OnePlus too does the same.
Additionally, OnePlus will also be providing medical safety gear to the government of Telangana state to protect thousands of doctors, nurses, and other paramedic staff, who are on the frontline serving the nation.
The aids provided by the above-mentioned Chinese companies are much appreciated as India is one of their important key markets. Almost all the Chinse tech brands have postponed their launches and sales of new devices in India, however, OnePlus with its ‘Never Settle’ attitude has announced to launch the OnePlus 8 series on April 14.
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