MStar launches Android 4.0 smart TV SoC

Thursday, April 19th, 2012
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MStar launched Android 4.0 smart TV SoC solutions ahead of competition, further strengthening its comprehensive smart digital home platform and solidifying the unparalleled leadership in the globe

MStar Semiconductor, Inc., a leading semiconductor company for display and digital home solutions, today officially unveiled the cutting edge smart TV SoC solution with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system embedded for China market, once again ahead of competition after being the pioneered solution provider launching Android TV SoC platform in Q3’11. End market consumers now can enrich their lives with all the most innovative applications and value-added services supported by “Ice Cream Sandwich” via MStar smart TV platforms and explore unlimited possibilities brought by various cross-platform integrations.

This high-end Android 4.0 smart TV SoC solution equipped with the industry-leading 1 GHz dual-core processor not only supports 3D user interface and 1080P high definition but also fully integrates MStar’s proprietary set-top-box technologies for being an industry-first all-in-one TV platform. End users can enjoy all kinds of value-added broadcasting services without buying a separate set-top-box system. Such a powerful Android 4.0 smart TV SoC solution provides the most competitive and comprehensive smart digital platform for its customers to realize more advanced broadcasting services and entertainment applications, and further leads the global consumer electronic industry to achieve a whole new milestone for next-generation smart digital home integration.

This high-end Android 4.0 smart TV SoC platform has been well received by its customers and started mass production. By leveraging MStar’s best-in-class customization capabilities and in-depth market intelligence, its customers will be most well positioned to capture the huge market potentials from China Golden Week in May with a series of flagship models based on the first-launched Android TV SoC.