There are plenty of Android TV boxes that let you run Android apps and stream internet video to a TV. The GV10 goes a bit further and actually supports live television broadcasts, which means you can use this $99 box for all your TV needs… as long as you’re in a country that supports the DVB-T digital broadcast standard.

GV10 Android TV box

AsiaPads expects to offer the GV10 soon for $99, or you can pick one up now from AliExpress for $112.

The box features an Amlogic AM8726-M3 ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of storage, and Android 4.0 software.

It has 3 USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI output, WiFi, 10/100 Ethernet jack, and audio and video jacks as well as an SD card reader.

If you don’t need the DVB-T support, you can probably find an Android TV box with a faster processor, more up-to-date software, or a lower price tag. But if you’re looking for a model with support for live TV broadcasts, your options are a bit more limited.

Update: It looks like there’s an electronic program guide, among other things, which you can use while watching live TV. Spanish blog Gadgeto Adicto has more details, and a several videos showing the box in action.

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8 replies on “GV10 Android TV Box with DVB-T digital TV support”

  1. A problem is in China the stardards are DMB-T and anothers… so providers can not test the DVB-T and make a review. Anyway the soft can be shown

  2. Not too much info around about the DVB-T functionality. What worries me is what the tuner software will be like. Minimal I’ll guess. Which is a shame because a PVR with freeview, and android to allow apps and catchup services sounds really compelling. Oh XMBC too.

  3. In the UK at least, the somewhat controversial (and now utterly mis-named) TVCatchup Android app claims to live stream the main channels at least, without need for a tuner.

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