Oppo has teased its new cross-platform smart ecosystem for Oppo devices—Pantanal—via a post on Weibo. The platform has been developed by the company in-house and will work across all Oppo products. It appears that the smartphone maker aims to create its own ecosystem with the new platform.
According to a report by ITHome, the Pantanal platform will be launched at the OPPO Developer Conference on August 30, 2022. This ecosystem will be based on ColorOS. It will come as one of the three major releases for Oppo in 2022, alongside a device featuring the MariSilicon X processor and an unannounced product.
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Liu Zuohu, the chief product officer of OPPO and founder of OnePlus had stated that the company aims to offer a smoother experience between the various smart devices running different operating systems with a “fully open integration ecology.”
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Geographically, the Pantanal is a region that occupies a region within Brazil and also stretches into portions of Bolivia and Paraguay. It is a massive tropical wetland area and is known as the world’s largest flooded grasslands. Perhaps Oppo is inspired by how the Pantanal encompasses multiple states, similar to how the company aims the platform at multiple products.
Oppo has already been making strides in becoming self-reliant, with its in-house MariSilicon X NPU. Additionally, the company is said to be developing an application processor (AP) as well. The upcoming chip will likely be announced sometime next year in 2023 and will reportedly enter mass production within the same year. The smartphone maker is also aiming to to build upon the AP to developed a full-fledged SoC with a modem by 2024.
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