Google is Developing the ADT-4 box for Android TV with Amlogic S905X4 Processor

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Google has confirmed that it is developing an ADT-4 box for Android TV, according to 9to5Google. The ADT-3, which launched in 2019 and is currently being discontinued, is the only box that can run Android TV 13.

Google is reportedly working on an ADT-4 device for Android TV that looks like a set-top box rather than a TV stick. In the leaked document, Google refers to the streaming box as “ADT-4,” a “hybrid Google Developer suite” with TV tuner hardware that supports standards such as ATSC 3.0 and DVB-S2.

The ADT-4 device is powered by the Amlogic S905X4 processor, which is much more powerful than the S905Y2 in the ADT-3. The device appears to be based on the developer boxes currently sold by DroidLogic.tv.

There is no mention of the ADT-4 in the listing at the moment, but the hardware looks the same as the documentation we reviewed. If so, that would point to the ADT-4, which includes 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and more input/output than any other Android TV developer device.

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This includes TV tuner hardware, HDMI output, multiple USB ports (including USB-C, 3.5mm audio and fiber optic audio output), as well as microSD card slots and built-in microphones and speakers for Google Assistant.

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