Google also certifies Realme TV, but there is a but ...

We have repeatedly talked about Realme TV, the first (undoubtedly smart) TV that was to be presented at Mobile World Congress 2020. We know that because of COVID-19 this important event did not take place in that of Barcelona but this did not stop companies. Realme in particular has carried on the work and has Realme TV certified on the BIS. Today we get news that too Google has given the device certification, but we are afraid that it will not come to us soon. Here's why.

Realme TV may not come to us right away, but not really soon either. Maybe it's just a product dedicated to India

Google's Twitter account communicated the certification of the brand's TV by Google Android TV Guide. Always on the front line for what concerns the Android TV showed the screenshots of the certification.

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Android TV Guide also tells us that the SoC which will be integrated within the smart TV will be a Mstar T16which is a processor of a company Taiwanese. Realme has therefore chosen not to use the help of MediaTek or other manufacturers, perhaps to launch its first Realme TV with a absurdly low price.

But what we are afraid of is that this product will not be available to us. This makes us think of the poster that, on the day of the online announcement, the CEO Madhav showed.

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That "Customized for India" brings down our hopes. Unfortunately, the brand has not revealed future plans about the launch of the device outside India. Hopefully it's not what we say.

If what we think turns out to be untrue, it would also be possible that Realme plans to take it to Europe with a different processor. We also know that the front panel measurements will be two, 43 "and 55".

Via | Gizchina

Via | Twitter

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