Chinese smartphone manufactured OPPO reportedly working on Short-Video Platform like TikTok in China. The Chinese media reported that this could be available later this year in globally including China. It could be pre-installed in all BKK owned OPPO, Realme, Vivo , OnePlus , Nord and Narzo smartphone brands.
We recall it Xiaomi has own short video platform that banned from India named Zii- Short Video Application are still installing through the Google Play Store in the background. Company just did some customization in the MIUI default , it hidden in notification when you tap on it , it wouldn’t show to normal Redmi / Xiaomi user,
If you dig into notification feeds search, this will be found in the search inside Google Play Store while other banned apps are removed by pre-installed in MIUI.
The OPPO is working on Short-Video Platform basically it’s own app as told of the company in South China Morning post. We ‘r re about to launch our short video service in the second half of this year, Jimmy Yi, President of OPPO Asia-Pacific was quoted as saying in a recent interview.
In OPPO indeed roll out out bloatware short- video app and this could be a major user privacy risk to have build-in short video app on its devices. Let us wait for officially roll out that how it could be handle data in India.
TikTik and 246 other Chinese apps were banned by India in June and this could be later on. We have to wait for roll-out. PUBG mobile banned in India on 3rd September in India.