Oi vs Ola

They say “Oi” in Brazil rather than “Ola”.

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Both are correct.
But it’s more common to hear "Oi"
P.S.: I’m a brazilian


Yes, both are correct. “Oi” literally means “hi” and “Olá” literally means “hello”. So as you can see, the words are different but the meaning is the same, just like in English (it doesn’t really matter wheter you say “hello” or “hi”, right?)