I don't know why you are talking about chips.
They are orthogonal concepts and you can only very badly mimic lamdas with OO concepts and the opposite not at all ... Again: you clearly show that don't know much about the stuff you are talking about.
Show it, don't claim it. Can you present a use-case to demonstrate such? In other words, provide a practical (real world) example of something that lambda's noticeably improve upon compared to an OOP version of the same thing. (We'll try to ignore language-specific differences/limitations, but that's not always easy.)
Do you really [think] basically all new languages are introducing lamdas/closures like mad if they simply could 'improve' OO?
I do believe functional programming is in "fad mode" right now. Language designers are all me-too-ing.
Further, overhauling an OO model in existing languages without breaking existing apps may be harder than tacking on lambdas.