Vivo's first chip will be an imaging chip called V1
Vivo's first chip will be a professional imaging chip called V1, which has already been mass-produced and will be installed in Vivo's new flagship X70 series.
Vivo hiring chip engineer with annual salary of up to $280,000
The position requires more than 10 years of experience in ISP image processing algorithms and design-related work, with key responsibilities including team formation and technical planning.
Vivo opens smart manufacturing centers in Pakistan and Turkey
Vivo recently announced the opening of smart manufacturing centers in Pakistan and Turkey to increase its global reach.
OPPO, Vivo reportedly to launch their own chips soon
In addition to ISP chips, OPPO and Vivo are also pushing ahead with plans to develop SOCs that could replace some Qualcomm and MediaTek chips in the future.
Vivo, courier firm partner to get consumers new phones as fast as 15 minutes after placing orders
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo and courier company Dada Group have entered into a strategic partnership to get its products into the hands of consumers faster.
Vivo reportedly to launch first in-house developed chip soon
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is set to launch its first in-house developed chip, internally codenamed "Yueying," reported Monday.
Vivo reportedly to enter tablet market, first product expected in Q4
The main manufacturers in the Android tablet space in China are currently Xiaomi and Huawei. Now, Vivo is allegedly joining the party.
Fearing driver chip shortage, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo reportedly snapping up Samsung OLED displays ahead of schedule
In terms of orders, Xiaomi is very aggressive in sourcing a lot of flexible OLEDs from Samsung Display, meaning the company will hit the mid-to-high-end market in 2022, the report said.
OPPO, Vivo said to be working on foldable phones with in-fold design
Development of both phones is progressing quickly, but the latter launched a closer-to-production prototype in January and could be available sooner than the former.
OPPO ranks No. 1 in China's smartphone market for first time in January
This was mainly due to the sanctioned Huawei phones and the release of the OPPO Reno5 series of phones.