Vivo Will Develop Its Own Smartphone Chipset

Vivo Will Develop Its Own Smartphone Chipset

OPTICXCESS — Vivo Will Develop Its Own Smartphone Chipset

Currently, smartphone vendors still rely on the supply of SoC or commonly called smartphone chipsets from third parties such as Qualcomm and MediaTek. However, Vivo will continue to innovate and release dependency on chipset supply.

Vivo Will Develop Its Own Smartphone Chipset

Digital Chat Station on Weibo revealed that Vivo will make its own chipset. There are two images that reveal that Vivo has submitted trademark applications for “Vivo Chip” and “Vivo SoC” until September 2019.

Vivo Will Develop Its Own Smartphone Chipset
Vivo Will Develop Its Own Smartphone Chipset

Unfortunately, there are no specific details regarding the Vivo plan, so it’s not yet known when the company will announce its first chipset.

However, it seems we are not too surprised when Vivo starts to develop its own chipset.

Until now, Samsung, Huawei, and Apple have their own chipsets that they use on smartphones or supply to other companies. This is done to reduce its dependence on foreign technology.

While Vivo smartphones are currently powered by processors from Qualcomm, MediaTek, and even Samsung.

It is possible that Vivo will still use these brands until it launches its own chipset, as quoted by Gizmochina.

There is also a possibility that the Vivo chipset is not designed to be embedded in its smartphone, but will be embedded in other smart devices planned for release in the future.

The plan is that the vivo chipset will be launched next year.

Previously, Vivo launched Vivo Y50 in early April.

The smartphone carries a 6.53-inch Ultra O Screen, with FHD + resolution and a screen to body ratio of 90.77%. vivo Y50 embeds Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 power saving SoC.

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Previously, Vivo launched Vivo Y50 in early April.

The smartphone carries a 6.53-inch Ultra O Screen, with FHD + resolution and a screen to body ratio of 90.77%. Vivo Y50 embeds Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 power-saving SoC.

Vivo Y50 carries 8 GB of main memory and 128 GB of storage media, with a large capacity battery of 5,000 mAh.

Vivo Y50 carries four rear cameras consisting of 13 MP Main Camera, 8 MP Super Wide-Angle Camera, 2 MP Super Macro Camera, and 2 MP Super Camera.

For video recording, Vivo Y50 is supported by Ultra Stable Video mode which can produce better videos; clear and stable.

In addition, the front and rear cameras are also equipped with a Super Night Camera feature that can identify backlighting thereby reducing noise and producing photos that remain bright even in low light conditions or at night

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