Xiaomi first announced plans to bring its Mi Box media streaming box to U.S. at Google’s annual I/O developer conference earlier this year. The company has finally launched the much anticipated device at a price of $69.
Running on Android TV 6.0, the Mi Box further supports 4K playback and comes packed with HDR (High Dynamic Range) for enhanced picture quality.
The Mi Box is powered by a quad-core Arm Cortex-A53 processor, Malia 450 graphics chip, 2GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The device even consists of an Ethernet and HDMI port on the back and users can also connect USB storage via the USB port.
Xiaomi’s Mi Box provides users with the access to a full range of apps available in the Google Play store including YouTube, Netflix, Vudu and more. Xiaomi even provides a set-top remote control in case users prefer the standard way of operating the device over making use of Bluetooth.
Xiaomi will be offering its Mi Box with an official U.S. retail partner, Walmart. The device will be made available across 4,000 stores....