China’s first smart TV SoC chip looks set for growth

Skyworth, a leading Chinese TV brand, recently launched its new-generation GLED8200 smart TV model. According to Liu Zhitang, president of Skyworth’s TV Division, the new smart TV model uses Hi3751, a smart TV system on chips (SoC) developed by Hisilicon, a subsidiary of Huawei Technology. Yang X...

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