The Huawei Q22 internet protocol television set-top box is similar to the AppleTV and Amazon Fire TV, which claims to improve the TV experience in the home by delivering better brightness and contrast as well as a palette of rich colours.
Huawei has partnered with the Dolby Laboratories to announce the first Internet Protocol television (IPTV) set-top box integrated with Dolby Vision high-dynamic-range (HDR) technology, dubbed as the Huawei Q22.
The Huawei Q22 internet protocol television set-top box is similar to the AppleTV and Amazon Fire TV, but claims to improve the TV experience by delivering better brightness and contrast as well as a palette of rich colours. Dolby Vision is the widely used by leading Hollywood directors, major studios and distributors, and TV OEMs worldwide from content creation to distribution and playback.
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“It is exciting to see Huawei deliver the first IPTV set-top box with Dolby Vision support, adding to the ever-expanding list of Dolby Vision ecosystem partners,” said Giles Baker, Senior Vice President, Consumer Entertainment Group, Dolby Laboratories. Currently, the price and the availability of the device is not available. So, stay tuned with us for further details.
Meanwhile, Airtel has also launched smart cable TV set-top box, dubbed as the Airtel Internet TV. It runs on the Android operating system and streams online 4K content and over 500 TV channels. Additionally, Airtel Internet TV set-top box can be used to pause, recorded or even rewind LIVE TV shows by connecting a pen drive at the back of the box and supports Dolby ATMOS.
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