Fresh leak about a new extender Xiaomi Mi TV Stick indicates that the novelty will replace the device’s Mi TV Box and will be sold on the global market. Xiaomi has itself shown the future product, so to doubt his existence is meaningless. The new data appeared on the forum Reddit, reveal more information about this device.
The message forum is the result of “detective work” of Internet users who found images and information about the new device. The data corresponds to the information that we heard at the end of last month due to the leakage of Chinese shop GearBest.
In particular, they reported that the novelty will receive native support for Chromecast and will work under control of operational system Android TV 9.0. It also indicates that package a new extender in the form of a keychain will enter the control panel, which itself will receive the support of the digital assistant Google Assistant and also a separate button video services Amazon Prime Video and Netflix. It is also reported that Mi TV Stick will get the support of Dolby audio technologies DTS-HD.
Published data indicate that the extender Mi TV Stick Xiaomi company will release to the global market. On one of the images displayed model number global version of the key ring – SKU PFJ4098EU. A quick search online showed that the new product is already listed in some online stores and it costs 39,95 Euro. In addition, the list indicates the model number MDZ-24-AA. A device with the same ID recently tested the Eurasian economic Commission (EEC).
On one of the published images also notes the model for the American market – SKU PFJ4100US. But searching for this number yields nothing.
According to one of the Spanish retailers, the European model of mediarelate Mi TV Stick will go on sale in late July. If the price will remain in the area claimed 39,95 Euro, the new product will be cheaper than the current version of TV set-top box Xiaomi Mi Box S.
Market extenders Mi TV Stick will compete with products such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick and similar keychain from Google. Both must also be officially submitted in the near future.