If you trust a company named People of Lava, there's going to be a 42-inch LED-backlit 1080p Android HDTV called 'Scandinavia' hitting in September. If you want to know more about the company named People of Lava, well, we're right there with you. Apparently, People of Lava is based in Sweden and sells their products in Sweden shops, so even though this 'Scandinavia' TV is expected to be the first Android TV available, we're not sure if it'll ever make its way to the states.
But the Scandinavia runs Android! It comes with apps such as YouTube, Google Maps, Twitter, Weather, Calendar, and even an App Store. It also packs an 833MHz Arm Cortex A8 processor powering Android 1.5. All this in a nicely designed frame. There'll even be 47 and 55 inch varieties of the Scandinavia. And it's a TV that runs Android! We guess we're mildly interested?
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