Although there are not many manufacturers that bet on Android on Smart TVs, that does not mean that Google has abandoned its development, development that began in 2014, and that at the moment still receiving support from Google although he has not had the acceptance that he would initially have expected.
Google guys just announced that this platform receive Android 10 over the next year, introducing the new improvements in performance and security that have come hand in hand with the tenth version of Android for mobile devices. But also, it will bring us an important novelty.
With Android 10, Android TV you will receive updates much faster So far, all this thanks to Project Treble. But in addition, it will also offer support for encrypted user data for much more secure storage and performance improvements with the new TLS 1.3 standard.
To make it much easier for developers to test their applications for the Android TV ecosystem, Google has introduced a transmission device designed for this community called ADT-3, a device that works with a 4-core processor based on ARM Cortex A53 architecture and 2 GB of DDR3 memory.
This device has an output of 4KP60 HDR 2.1 and will be made available to developers in the coming months through an OEM partner. Google has not confirmed the date on which it plans to launch Android 10 for Android TV devices currently available in the market.
Android TV still behind in Samsung's market share, which uses Tizen as the operating system of its Smart TV, and LG, which uses webOS. Sony is the leading manufacturer that uses Android TV on its televisions, but little by little this operating system for multimedia consumption is becoming more popular among cable operators, through set-top boxes, as in other less important television manufacturers .
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