Xiaomi Android Tv, May Unveil at Google IO

Chinese mobile phone maker Xiaomi has hinted at the announcement of new Android TV devices at Google IO  Conference 2016.

Hugo Barra,Xiaomi's Vice President of Global Operations,, in a tweet confirmed that the Chinese company will be a part of the Google I/O event. Barra confirmed the news in a tweet and wrote, "Beyond thrilled to share that Xiaomi will be a part of Google I/O. A sneak peek of what you'll see from Mi at #IO16"

it could be the Mi Box running Android already available in China. The Xiaomi Mi Box's remote control has the control elements that Barra teased in a Tweet two days ago.
Xiaomi’s smart TVs and streaming devices are already based on Android, but they’re not yet using Google’s Android TV framework, in part because Xiaomi can’t make use of Google services for devices sold in China.
 However, the company has long been looking to sell its hardware in the U.S. as well, and smart TVs may very well be part of those plans.

Mi Box Specs:

The Mi Box is a HD streaming box that can receive streaming content via Miracast, AirPlay and DLNA. Users can view photos and videos as well as content from streaming apps from  Mi phones, Android devices, iOS devices and PCs to a TV.
Mi Box has a USB 2.0 port so you can plug in your own media devices. Play videos and music directly from flash or external hard drive. Mi Box supports multiple HD formats such as MKV, AVI, MP4, MOV. The new Mi Box supports Dolby and DTS support. You can also connect your own wireless headset via Bluetooth 4.0.

The Mi Box supports wireless streaming over 2.4Ghz/5Ghz dual Wi-Fi connection. It remains to be seen if the Mi Box comes pre installed with streaming service apps like Netflix or Amazon Prime. The Xiaomi Mi Box III box is already available through resellers on Amazon for around $110.

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