The company has released the MediaTek MT9602 smart TV SoC for 4K HDR displays. It is said to provide “real-time video optimization, image and audio quality is improved.” It comes with MediaTek AI-PQ (image quality) and AI-AQ (audio quality). The Smart TV SoC will debut together with Motorola TV, which is scheduled to be launched in India on October 9th in cooperation with Flipkart. The new quad-core processor has AI enhancements, Arm Mali GPU and support for HDMI 2.1.
The quad-core MediaTek MT9602 processor has Arm Cortex-A53 CPU and Arm Mali-G52 MC1 clocked at 1.5GHz. It can support up to 2GB RAM, 4K (3,840×2,160 pixels) resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. When it comes to HDR standards, the new processor supports BBC HLG, HDR10, Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10+, etc. It also comes with AV1, AVS2, HEVC, VP9, H.264 and SHVC 4K60 @ 10bit video decoding with H.264 encoding.
MediaTek MT9602 has HDMI 2.0/1.4, HDCP 2.2, HDMI 2.1a and USB 2.0 support. You can get Dolby Atmos audio decoding and 4x directional microphone support. As mentioned earlier, it uses MediaTek’s AI-PQ, AI-AQ and AI-Voice.
The MediaTek MT9602 processor will make its debut on the upcoming Motorola TV to be launched in collaboration with Flipkart on October 9. The Motorola store page on Flipkart shows that there will be a press conference at IST 3 on October 9th, when refrigerators, washing machines and air conditioners with Motorola brand will be launched. It seems that Motorola TV will also be announced in the same event.
“We are very pleased to bring the new Motorola Smart TV series to the market. This series uses MediaTek’s innovative MT9602 chip, making it one of the most competitive smart TVs in the country. With this chip, Indian consumers will be able to monitor 4K And enjoy the benefits of higher specifications and higher specifications in the HD/FHD range, which will enable them to obtain a perfect holiday for the first time.” Flipkart Private Brand Vice President Dev Iyer said. Prepared statement.
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