Oppo said on Tuesday that it has set up its 5G Innovation Lab in India.
Smartphone maker Oppo said on Tuesday that it has set up its 5G innovation lab in India. It is also the company’s first 5G lab outside China. The company plans to set up three more functional labs related to camera, power and performance for innovation work at its Hyderabad Research and Development Center.
Tasleem Arif, Vice President and Head for Research and Development, Oppo India, said in a statement that it is the first foreign 5G lab of Oppo. With this lab setup, where they are working towards developing core technology for the 5G era and strengthening the entire ecosystem. With this, his goal is to support India in its 5G journey.
The company said to make India an innovation hub
The technology developed in the lab will leave a global mark, with which their vision of making India an innovation hub will also be fulfilled. Oppo said that the company’s new lab will focus on creating the latest and most advanced technology for the world. Indian teams will also lead innovation for other countries including Middle East, Africa, South Asia, Japan and Europe.
As of September 2020, OPPO has submitted a proposal related to 5G standard to 3GPP. In which more than 1 thousand families of 5G standard patents have been declared for the European Standards Standards Institute, a technical standards body based in France.
Company is paying special attention in India
Explain that in view of the rapid change in technology in India, Oppo is focusing on next generation innovation like 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) here. In December last year, Taslim Arif, vice-president (research and development) of Oppo India, said that as far as 5G is concerned, India is a notable market. The country’s new National Digital Communication Policy (NDCP) has given a positive outlook for the industry and the country. It proposes the creation of a digital framework to support the next generation of digital services.