- Oppo’s chip will be called Oppo M1
- Oppo has hired engineers from Speadtrum as well as MediaTek to work on the M1 chip
According to a report by ET, Chinese handset maker Oppo is now working to release its proprietary mobile chipset. The processor will be reportedly used to drive future Oppo models.
According to a trademark filed in EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office), Oppo’s chip will be called Oppo M1. People familiar with the matter say that Oppo has hired engineers from Speadtrum as well as MediaTek to work on the M1 chip, GSMArena reported.
Keysight Technologies, Inc., a technology company that helps enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced that the company has established a joint 5G test laboratory in Shenzhen, China with Oppo. The new lab uses Keysight’s 5G platform to help verify the performance of new 5G new radio (NR) designs, a key activity that will help the Chinese-based smartphone manufacturer expand its global market presence.
Recently, Samsung Electronics also announced that its 5G communication solutions are in mass production. The 5G multi-mode chipsets include the previously-introduced Exynos Modem 5100 as well as a new single-chip radio frequency transceiver, the Exynos RF 5500, and the supply modulator solution, the Exynos SM 5800, all supporting 5G New Radio (5G-NR) sub-6-gigahertz (GHz) spectrum and legacy radio access technologies.
Earlier this year, LG also developed its own artificial intelligence chip (AI Chip) with a proprietary LG Neural Engine. LG said that the chip helps better mimic the neural network of the human brain to greatly improve the processing of deep learning algorithms.