Oppo is rumoured to be developing its own smartphone SoC and may make its debut in 2024.



According to rumours, Oppo is developing a proprietary smartphone CPU that might soon debut in the company's future devices. Oppo has up until now relied on chipsets from producers like Qualcomm and MediaTek, but the business is reportedly developing its own CPUs. According to a trustworthy source, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is developing a unique chipset that will power its handsets before the end of the year. Thousands of people are claimed to have been engaged by the company for the project. It has not, however, made any formal announcements on its plans to create a custom smartphone SoC.

Ice Universe, a tipster, recently tweeted that Oppo may be working independently on inventing a chip that might be utilised in smartphones as early as 2024. Prior to now, several significant smartphone makers have expressed interest in creating specialised CPUs, either independently or in collaboration with other chip manufacturers.

The source said that Oppo has also engaged a chip development team made up of thousands of committed experts for this purpose and that the chip may be utilised in Oppo phones as early as 2024.

Other smartphone companies have opted to collaborate with other chipmakers like Qualcomm or Samsung since creating a chipset from scratch is thought to be a very difficult procedure.

In the past, Google collaborated with South Korean multinational Samsung to create its own Tensor chipset, which was used in the Pixel 6 series. The organisations also collaborated on the second-generation Tensor G2 processor, which powers Google's most recent Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones.

In addition, it is said that Samsung has created a special application processor (AP) team and may be working on a unique Exynos chip for its Galaxy smartphones rather than using Samsung System LSI's Exynos processors.

According to a GSMArena article, MediaTek earlier introduced the Dimensity 5G Open Resource Architecture, which aimed to make its chipsets open for customization by smartphone makers.

It is crucial to remember that the firm has not yet made any public announcements about its ambitions to create its own chipset for cellphones, as was already indicated.

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