ZTE To Launch 4K Capable Android TV Set Top Box

ZTE Corporation has announced it will unveil a 4K-capable Android TV set-top-box (ZXV10 B860H) which aims to deliver an exceptional TV viewing experience to home users around the world. ZXV10 B860H is integrated with a smart 4K TV ecosystem to allow users to get the most out of 4K TVs.

B860H is an ultra-high definition (UHD) set top box configured with a high performance quad-core Single on Chip (SoC) unit to support 4K x 2K@60fps high definition hardware decoding, 10-bit colour format, HDR10 and HLG HDR for high quality video experience. Embracing Google’s Android TV OS, B860H allows Android applications to be run smoothly on Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and is fully integrated with ZTE’s Smart Home Services such as Multi-Screen, HD Video Call, Family Album, Home IoT Network and Voice Assistant.

Equipped with an Amlogic 64-bit processor, 8GB Flash and 2GB RAM, B860H is designed for smooth operation with minimised lag. It also provides an HDMI 2.0a audio/video interface, and supports 802.11AC 2*2 Wi-Fi wireless, RJ-45 10/100M Ethernet access as well as Bluetooth 4.1 to allow Bluetooth remote and D-PAD connection.

“We have seen an explosion in fixed IP traffic in 2016 as a result of the exponential growth in the demand for online video content and 4K Android TV plays a key role in telecom service providers racing to win the game ahead of OTT providers,” said Fang Hui, VP of ZTE. “As one of the key offerings of ZTE’s 4K Plus solution, B860H not only brings its best ever interface and streaming experience to users but profits for the operators around the world, and demonstrates once again our strengths and global leadership in the smart set-top-box market.”

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