After being developed for approximately two years, the smartphone manufacturer Vivo has inaugurated the presence of its first image processing chip (ISP), named Vivo V1. This custom imaging chip is designed to enhance the photography capabilities of Vivo phones.
Vivo’s executive VP and COO in China, Hu Baishan, said that the V1 development took 24 months, and more than 300 employees of the R&D center for innovative image processing technologies were involved in the process.
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