The Amigo 7 is optimised and certified for operator-managed Android TV deployments and combines a quad core CPU with hardware-accelerated 3D graphics, voice navigation and search features.
The WiFi-enabled device will offers access to “hundreds” of OTT apps and is also integrated with Amino’s Engage service assurance platform.
“We’re seeing increasing demand from operators for Android TV capabilities – either as a standalone service or as a complement to existing entertainment delivery strategies. The Amigo 7 is a great addition to our portfolio – powerful, feature-rich and brilliantly packaged in a small and stylish form factor,” said Amino CTO, Mark Evensen.
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