The current mainstream smart TV configuration is far weaker than PAD and mobile phones. FHD smart TVs start with 512M memory, 4K smart TVs start with 1G memory, and smart TVs have to reserve memory for video decoding, and memory resources are very tight.

Therefore, most of the entry-level smart TVs with 512M memory on the market are still stuck in the Android K (4.4) version released in 2013, and the new version of the Android system cannot be upgraded.

Huawei Shanghai HiSilicon has recently launched two FHD smart TV chips. These two chips are Pin2Pin compatible, one chip has a built-in 512M memory, the other has a built-in 1G memory.

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It should be noted that the first chip broke the magic spell of 512M RAM that cannot run the high version of Android. Through HiSilicon memory optimization, it successfully runs Android P(9.0) version on 512M RAM. It is also the only 512M RAM in the global market. Android P(9.0) TV platform.

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At the same time, the HiSilicon FHD chip has been adapted to most mainstream applications worldwide, ensuring normal operation without compatibility issues.

In addition to supporting the Android P version, the HiSilicon chip platform is also equipped with a high-performance 4-core A53 CPU that can support [email protected] decoding, allowing consumers to enjoy higher-quality content on FHD products.

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The HiSilicon FHD chip platform has excellent image quality performance: the processing of noise and sharpness is more balanced, the sharpness is comprehensively improved, and the outline is sharp and naturally not rough. Integrated screen timing control (Timing controller, TCON for short) module, and completes pre-adaptation with mainstream screen factory products.

Both the HiSilicon FHD chip platform and HiSilicon’s 4K chip series products are based on the Android P platform and share the same set of codes, which effectively reduces the repetitive development work of TV manufacturers and can invest more energy in product optimization.

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