Qualcomm brings 802-soc smart TVs not




Qualcomm has decided the 802-soc, which was announced last month and was intended for use in set-top boxes and TVs, not to put on the market. Qualcomm demand socs for smart TVs was smaller than the company had expected.

Qualcomm Logo (strak) Qualcomm announced the 802 last month at the CES Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Demand for processors’ specifically for smart TVs are designed ‘is’ smaller than that we had anticipated, ” wrote a spokesman for Qualcomm. The SOC would be released later this year, probably the plug been pulled from the soc before mass production began.

The 802 was capable of displaying 4K images and had four Krait processor cores, with a maximum clock speed of 1.8 GHz, and an Adreno 330 GPU. The Qualcomm 802 also possessed its own Android framework, based on Android 4.4, which the soc had to stand out from the competition. This would allow Android applications can be developed, including multitasking support. Smart TVs Many of today’s smart TVs do not support multitasking and running apps that are based. On html

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