A single-chip system Rockchip RK3328 designed for set-top boxes 4K HDR
Analysts predict sales growth of TVs with HDR support in the coming years. At CES 2017, the company Rockchip has introduced a single-chip system RK3328 designed for set-top boxes 4K HDR.
Configuration Rockchip RK3328 includes a 64-bit processor that can run on Android or Linux 7.1, and the memory controller DDR4. The product supports 4K resolution with a frame rate of 60 Hz and 10-bit color performance. It includes the codec H. 265, which can be used for video calling. It should also be noted the presence of USB 3.0 port and two Gigabit Ethernet ports. Provide for connection of the array of microphones used for voice recognition and voice control. The manufacturer also mentions the presence of hardware units required for DVB and DRM.