The Chip industry has already facing bottlenecks, and all walks of life have been affected by a lack of cores. This has also allowed many countries and companies to raise the status of autonomous chips. Oppo is also working to overcome the SoC supply constraints.
It was reported earlier that OPPO, one of the giants in the Chinese mobile phone market, has begun to step up its internal mobile chip design and development work two years ago, but at the time it was reported that it would take years for independent research and development of chips to be effective.
According to a well-known Chinese Tipster on Weibo @数码闲聊站, the results of OPPO’s “Mariana” self-developed chip project are about to come out, but it is not currently an integrated SOC chip applied to the core.
“Project Mariana” is OPPO’s first self-developed chip plan publicly announced on February 16, 2020. Mariana is the deepest trench in the world and one of the harshest areas on the planet. OPPO uses this to describe this chip and symbolizes it, Self-developed chips are a very difficult thing in the eyes of the manufacturer.
OPPO officials also publicly stated that the core strategy of making self-developed chips is to make good products, and any R&D investment is to enhance product competitiveness and enhance user experience.
It is reported that OPPO’s chip team members come from major top chip manufacturers. They have rich experience in chip design, manufacturing and related industry chains. These industry veterans can help OPPO accelerate its own chip development initiative.
It is worth mentioning that Liu Chang, vice president of OPPO and dean of the research institute, also publicly admitted that “M1” chip for auxiliary computing of smartphones. OPPO applied to the European Union Intellectual Property Office for OPPO M1 a year ago. Trademark, is a completely self-developed processor.
Based on existing news, OPPO’s first self-developed chip maybe this “M1” chip, which is a milestone event for OPPO and the entire science and technology community, and it is worth looking forward to.
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