New Patent Application Indicates Oppo M1 Mid-Tier Chipset In Works


Oppo -- the smartphone brand manufactured by BBK Electronics is known for its mid-range and high-end smartphones with camera hardware innovations. Oppo was one of the first smartphone companies to launch a phone with a pop-up camera setup (Oppo Find X). According to the latest patent file application on EUIPO, the company might soon launch its own mobile processor called Oppo M1.

New Patent Application Indicates Oppo M1 Mid-Tier Chipset In Works


Until now, most of the Oppo smartphones were either powered by a Qualcomm or MediaTek chipset and this is likely to change in the coming days. There are only a few smartphone brands (Samsung, Huawei, and Apple) that design their own chipset and Oppo is likely to join that league.

Besides the name Oppo M1, the patent application does not reveal much about the features or the specifications of the process. According to a report from LetsGoDigital, Oppo is likely to showcase its first silicon at the upcoming MWC 2020. Or, the company might showcase this chipset at Semicon China 2020.

From the past couple of years, Oppo has heavily invested in R&D and the Oppo M1 could be the result of the same. This could be a mid-tier chipset (M = mid-tier, possibly). The Oppo M1 could also be a chipset made for smart accessories like smartwatches or wireless headphones similar to the recently launched Kirin A1 with support for Bluetooth 5.1.

New Patent Application Indicates Oppo M1 Mid-Tier Chipset In Works


Along with the Oppo M1 chipset the brand is likely to launch a set of mid-tier 5G smartphones at MWC 2020. These smartphones will be powered by either MediaTek or Qualcomm chipset based on SA or NSA technology.

The upcoming flagship phone from Oppo is likely to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC with an integrated 5G modem for efficient 5G networking capability.

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