Google TV has emerged as the new TV operating system starting with the Chromecast with Google TV in 2020, and has since shown up on smart TVs and other Android streaming devices. The underlying software of both Android TV and Google TV is still Android-based. The simplest way to think about Google TV is to imagine Android TV with a fresh coat of paint. What’re the similarities and differences between them?
Android TV 13 will arrive with 3 new APIs and expanded PiP support, with which Google intends improve performance, accessibility, and support for multitasking of your operating system for Smart TV.
Android TV brings Google play store to televisions and streaming devices, along with other features such as rich apps and games, accessing the Google Assistant, and much more. Today we would like to introduce six current kinds of Android TV devices, hope it’s helpful for you.
In this article, we will introduce the differences and pros between Android TV and RDK platform. Hope it gives you some ideas for who’s looking for the right platform strategy for the next-generation OTT set-top boxes.
From analog TV, digital tv to UHD smart tv,from entertainment terminals to smart service platforms, the innovation steps of OTT set-top boxes never stop.
Android TV 12 os adds new features including refresh rate switching, 4K user interface support, microphone and camera indicators, and more.
Android 11 brings more improvements on performance, privacy, function, and other new features just for big screen.
Google reportedly requires AV1 codec support on all new Android TV devices starting June 30.
Wi-Fi 6 is the next-generation standard in WiFi technology. Wi-Fi 6 also known as "AX WiFi" or "802.11ax WiFi" builds and improves on the current 802.11ac WiFi standard. It’s an upgraded standard that compatible devices, particularly routers, can take advantage of to transmit Wi-Fi signals more efficiently.