HDTV via akihabaranews

HDTV via akihabaranews

GPNC Korea have leaked mock-up promotional images of their forthcoming HD television running Android 1.5. It will be powered by a 833MHz ARM Cortex A8 chip and it even claims to support NTSC and ATSC broadcast standards. Given this information, it is odd that the USA is not one of the countries where this device is supposed to land. Indeed, apparently the UK will also miss out as well. Nonetheless, if you live in one of the European Scandinavian countries or perhaps the Netherlands or and Poland, then you are in luck.

The HDTV is set for release in a number of different sizes, including 42”, 47” and 55” version. All will be 120Hz LED-backlit but at the moment we have no words of pricing or availability. According to our source,

Other specs includes several USB port, HDMI, S-Video, D-Sub, DVI, Component… AS well as being ATSC / DVB-T / DVB-C / DVB-T HD Analog: NSTC, PAL / SECAM

Right now, the GPNC Korea official website is “flagged” as Dangerous by Google. Good times.

[Via Akihabaranews]

James Tromans

Contributing editor of AndroidAuthority.com, based in the U.K.