Xiaomi Mi TV Stick Certified By Google and Tested On Geekbench


The Chinese Xiaomi giant is about to reveal a streaming key using the concept of Amazon’s Fire TV Stick. Except that it should offer Android TV and Google Assistant, as we revealed to you 15 days ago. Rumors today confirmed by the appearance of certification for the Xiaomi Mi TV Stick spotted by the Twitter account @AndroidTV_Rumor in the Google Play Console.

Xiaomi Mi TV Stick: notice and arrival in FranceResponding to the code name Aquaman so far, it is indeed a rather explicit reference called MiTV-AESP0 which has just been officially certified by Google and therefore obtained authorization to use the Google Play Store.

Concretely, this means that we will find all the applications compatible with Android TV on this mini streaming box and that the Xiaomi device will indeed use Google Assistant voice commands.

This is the dark point of the story: it is only a 1080p version, for now anyway. But two Geekbench tests, spotted by Android TV Guide, give us hope for two versions: a Mi TV Stick 1080p – MiTV-AESP0 – with an AmCic S805Y SoC and a Mi TV Stick 4K – MiTV-ANSP0 – with the much more interesting Amlogic chipset S905S3 capable of supporting 4K!

Anyway, everything suggests that Xiaomi should not delay to officially present its Mi TV Stick streaming key (s) before long, obtaining certification generally constituting the last step of product development before it is placed on the market. Obviously, we will not fail to inform you in due time!

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