On Sunday, Chinese phone maker OnePlus announced its return to the Indonesian market on Twitter. The brand first entered the Indonesian market in January 2015 via an exclusive cooperation agreement with Lazada, the largest e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia. Later that year however, the Indonesian government introduced a ruling that stipulated that foreign 4G smartphone manufacturers must source 30% of their phone components locally, including hardware and software, a legal change that caused OnePlus to decide to withdraw from Indonesia in June 2016. The company has now returned to the market however, following the release of its latest flagship phone, the 11 series, which made its international debut on Feb. 16. [IThome, in Chinese]