Oppo introduces “Pantanal,” a Cross-Platform Smart Ecosystem

Users are connected via a seamless platform-to-platform connection. The fact that the iOS, macOS, and iPadOS operating systems are all ideally linked inside Apple’s ecosystem accounts for the company’s devoted fan base.

Users of the Apple ecosystem may efficiently and profitably share files and media across their iPhones, iPads, and Macbooks simultaneously and in their locations.

Therefore, it is not surprising that Android makers strive to imitate the experience to provide Android consumers with similarly smooth integration.

For example, Huawei has successfully developed their own ecosystem with their smartphones, tablets, Huawei Matebook laptops, and smart TVs using HarmonyOS, which they built themselves.

Oppo, the largest brand in the BBK consumer electronics company, will be entering the intelligent ecosystem competition in 2022.

Oppo today previewed the debut of “Pantanal,” a new cross-platform smart device ecosystem that would feature smartphones, tablets, wearables, and other connected devices under one smart ecosystem. The announcement was made on the company’s official Weibo social media account.

The teaser indicates that Oppo will launch “Pantanal” during ODC 2022 (Oppo Developers Conference 2022), which will take place in China on Tuesday, August 30.

The Pantanal, to which the term “Pantanal” alludes, is a region in South America that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Pantanal is the world’s most extensive tropical wetland and one of the most pristine, covering more than 42 million acres. To put the Pantanal’s enormity in perspective, consider that it would be more significant than at least nine nations, including England, Austria, Hungary, Greece, and Ireland, if it were placed over Europe.

Millions of people live there and in towns in the lower Rio de la Plata Basin, thanks to its sprawling presence in three South American nations: Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay. This enormous marsh also has the highest density of crocodiles in the world, with an estimated 10 million caimans.

The Pantanal smart cross-platform ecosystem, Oppo’s Marisilicon X imaging silicon, and another unnamed release that Oppo is storing for the end of the year are three of the company’s three most significant releases this year, according to sources in China.