Oppo chipset Smartphone performance is limited by batteries and thermals, thus specialized hardware, like Oppo’s MariSilicon X ISP and the new MariSilicon Y Bluetooth chip, performs best. These are obviously only partial solutions; a fully customized chipset is what is required for the best outcomes. According to Ice Universe’s claim, Oppo plans to release its own smartphone chipset in 2024, which suggests that’s how they’re thinking over at Oppo HQ.
Oppo smartphone use Oppo chipset in 2024
Thousands of employees have reportedly been engaged by Oppo to work on the project, but unfortunately, there is currently little other information available. It is highly likely that it will be an ARM-based processor, which means that it will use Cortex CPUs and Mali GPUs, with MariSilicon designs filling in for things like the ISP and some of the wireless connectivity.
It will be fascinating to see which company Oppo chooses to collaborate with on this project. Google chose Samsung because creating a complete chipset from scratch is a difficult task even when using pre-made components. But a ground-up design is not ruled out if Oppo’s team is truly that large.
Although we haven’t seen something as extensive as the Tensor chip, MediaTek introduced the Density 5G Open Resource Architecture last year and allowed smartphone manufacturers to customize its chipsets.
We heard a report just over a year ago that Oppo was considering creating a unique chipset based on TSMC’s 3nm node. The first smartphones using the new silicon, according to the article at the time, were supposed to debut in 2023; however, TSMC’s 3nm foundries faced some delays, which may have complicated those plans. For what it’s worth, the MariSilicon X chip is manufactured at TSMC’s 6nm foundries, indicating that the two businesses already collaborate.
A Cambrian explosion of custom chipsets may be on the horizon; according to reports, Samsung Electronics plans to develop its own processor in addition to the Exynos ones provided by Samsung System LSI, the sister company of Samsung Electronics. However, it doesn’t always work out. Xiaomi tried it in 2017 with the Surge S1, but it failed miserably.
OPPO independently developed the processor, which will be used in OPPO smartphones in 2024.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 30, 2022
OPPO has a chip development team of thousands of people, and will develop its own processor. and the industry is more optimistic about OPPO chips.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 30, 2022
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