- Oppo plans to implement three key strategies for the era of intelligent connectivity
- It will build a multi-portal ecosystem of intelligent devices with smartphones as the key gateway
According to a report by ET, Oppo has informed that it will invest $7 billion in developing core technologies in hardware, software and system along with 5G/6G, AI, AR, big data and other frontier technologies over the next three years.
Tony Chen, Founder and CEO, Oppo stated that as the adoption of 5G and AI ramp up, intelligent connectivity is increasingly within reach. They believe the concept of connection is just the foundation, whereas the integration and convergence of things will be the future.
He further added that the concept of intelligent connectivity consists of four key parts, including the convergence of technology and service, the convergence of organization, the convergence of culture and the convergence of technology, arts, and humanities.
He added that Oppo has been more than just a phone maker from the outset. In fact, smartphones have simply been a gateway for Oppo to deliver a diverse portfolio of technological services. For Oppo and even the entire industry, there won’t be any company solely focusing on smartphones.
In addition to the $7 billion investment plan
The company also informed that in addition to the $7 billion investment plan, Oppo plans to implement three key strategies for the era of intelligent connectivity. It will build a multi-portal ecosystem of intelligent devices with smartphones as the key gateway, and it will continue to rethink user service and optimize its content and service offerings.
Levin Liu, Oppo VP and Head of Oppo Research Institute also informed that Oppo will head towards Tech Innovation 2.0. which will be driven by ‘frontier technology’ and value for user. As the importance of convergence between technologies and services becomes essential, Oppo is building an integrated technology model covering five spheres, namely: equipment, data, computing, services and scenarios.