Nokia has just introduced the Streaming Box 8000, its new player with Android TV. It is a proposal that allows video output up to 4K, which comes with a remote control and supports both Chromecast and Google Assistant commands.
We are going to tell you all their characteristics and technical specifications, since the device will arrive in Europe for a very competitive price, being an alternative to the new google chromecast with remote control and Google TV.
NOKIA STREAMING BOX 8000
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
Up to 4K
PROCESSOR AND GPU
Quad-core Amlogic S905X3
Android TV 10
HDMI 2.0 USB-A 3.0
About 100 euros
4K playback and a larger than usual controller
StreamView GmbH is the company in charge of manufacturing this device, and Nokia is granting brand licenses to other technology companies in order to launch different types of product onto the market under the umbrella of the Finnish firm. The first of these products is the Nokia Streaming Box 8000.
Is a multimedia player that comes with Android TV 10, powered by a Quad-core Amlogic S905X3 processor and a Mali-G31 MP2 GPU. At the connection level, it has Bluetooth 4.2, WiFi 5, an HDMI 2.0 port, USB-A 3.0, ethernet input, optical audio and AV and DC.
The actual translation of this data is that the Nokia Streaming Box 8000 will be able to play content in 4K. The device will come with Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video and more pre-installed applications, in addition to having support for Google Assistant, to be able to navigate using voice commands.
At the same time, it has a fairly large remote, in the style of classic TV controls. In it, dedicated buttons for Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video and Google Assistant are integrated, in addition to all the other classic television controls.
Price and availability of the Nokia Streaming Box 8000
The Nokia Streaming Box 8000 will arrive in Europe for an approximate price of 100 euros. There is no exact departure date but Everything indicates that it will arrive before Christmas. Your box will include the player, remote control, power adapter and HDMI cable to connect to the TV.
Via | Golem.de
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