|Developer||Multimedia Technology Research Institute|
|Operating system||Android 4.0.4|
|Memory||1 GB DDR3|
|Storage||8 or 16GB|
|Display||7 in, 1024x768|
|Connectivity||TV Tuner, Cellular|
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The computers are assumed to have been built in China, and the software has been localized for North Korea.
These apps are reported to be available[ citation needed ]:
It supports Korean, German, Russian, English, French and Japanese inputs.[ citation needed ]
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