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Huawei HiSilicon Hi3731V110 is a new FHD TV chip based on RISC-V architecture | Sudarshan, GizmoChina

By December 9, 2021December 10th, 2021No Comments

HiSilicon is a Huawei-owned semiconductor company. It is known for Kirin-branded mobile SoCs that once powered a myriad of HUAWEI and HONOR smartphones. This division has now announced a new chipset for FHD TVs.

Hi3731V110 is the name of HiSilicon’s new ATV (Advanced Television) chip. It is designed for TVs with a full-definition (FHD, 1080p) display.

The latest silicon from the company features a 32-bit self-developed CPU based on RISC-V architecture. The chipset supports Huawei’s in-house LiteOS, which offers a fast startup.

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