Qualcomm and Rockchip announce new SoCs for Android Things OS

By Corbin Davenport

Android Things is the name of Google’s edition of Android specifically designed for Internet-of-Things devices (IoT). The first version was made available at the end of 2016, and the first long-term support version is expected to be released sometime this year. Back in May, MediaTek announced that it was making a chipset specifically for Android Things, and now two other companies are following suit.

Firstly, Qualcomm announced two ‘Home Hub Platforms.’ These are all-in-one chipsets that are pre-certified for Google Cast and Assistant, so manufacturers can make Assistant smart screens and other similar products with little effort.

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