“Eighty percent of TV owners don’t use the smart functionalities of their TV.” It was a bold statement thrown around during Skyworth’s launch of next-generation Android TVs. The Chinese company believes that process-busting smart technology can be further simplified into just one simple step—voice control.
Teaming up with the Toshiba Corporation, Skyworth is launching their entries to the Smart UHD TV market—the Android TV series.
Skyworth and Toshiba’s newest line, the Android TV Series, is equipped with features geared towards elevating the home viewing experience. With 4K Ultra HD resolution at 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, it offers four times the resolution of a full HD television.
IPS LED Display technology provides a viewing angle of 178 degrees and faster response times than conventional monitors. MPEG Noise Reduction and Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) further improve picture quality.
Coming in 50”, 55” and 65” display models, the Android TV series is a perfect addition to any home with its sleek design combined with modern functionality. Additionally, a Dolby + DTS sound bar elegantly located below the screen provides cinema-like sound quality to further enhance the home viewing experience.
The Android TV Series comes with Android 6.0.1 (Android Marshmallow) pre-installed, granting access to the full suite of Android entertainment and thousands of apps via the Google Play Store. Users can stream content to their TVs effortlessly via Netflix, Youtube, and Spotify.
The Android TV Series set itself apart with a special feature—Voice Command (powered by Google). With just a push of a button, content is easily accessed by speaking into the remote mic. Voice Command is perfect for opening apps (Games, Music, Apps, etc.), searching for movies, changing input/s, and instant Wikipedia. Even more impressive is Voice Command can recognize 88 different languages (including Filipino).
The Skyworth and Toshiba Android TV Series Smart UHD TV is made for gamers, too. Users can dive into single-player, multi-player, online or offline games. Whether casually or serious, Android TV offers new ways to play directly on the TV with the use of a special controller. The TV is equipped with a 64-bit quad-core CPU, perfect for the latest Android games.
The Android TV series also seamlessly integrates with other devices. With standard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, users can use their mobile phones to control their television sets the Android TV Controller app, control all application that are compatible with Google Cast (Google Home), and send or share photo, music, video from your device to your TV (All Cast).
And with Chromecast built-in, Android TV series allows viewers stream media from their phone, tablet, or laptop straight to their Skyworth and Toshiba TVs, giving them full control of their viewing experience.