I saw this new project from KDE, Plasma Bigscreen OS.
It would be great if Khadas could help develop it with KDE for Vim 3 and Edge-V devices.
Lots of people can then use it as an alternative to Android if they want if it gets developed more.
Linux was always difficult to use on a tv screen but with a more tv orientated UI it could become very popular.
There are already beta images for Raspberry Pi 4 but if KDE developers get Khadas sample devices they could perhaps develop it more.
KDE’s upcoming Plasma Bigscreen project lets you use open source technologies to turn your regular TV into a smart one.
It’s a Linux OS but optimized for TV, almost like AndroidTV but fully open-source and privacy focused so no Google spying or data collection, it’s fully Linux, no Android.
There is also voice support and HDMI CEC support so you can use a tv remote easily.
It should also work well with an airmouse remote.
There is already Mali Panfrost/Bitfrost open-source GPU drivers for S922x, RK3399 so that can perhaps be developed further and provide good acceleration.
We just need H265, VP9 video playback mainline Linux support for Edge-V, not sure about Vim 3.