Xiaomi Mi Box 4S Max launches w/ 4GB RAM, 64GB storage

Xiaomi has expanded its rising Android TV set-top field lineup with the addition of the Mi Field 4S Max, which provides sizeable storage and RAM upgrades over its rivals.

Formally launched in China (through APCTV), the Xiaomi Mi Field 4S Max appears to be like pretty much like earlier generations, however it comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage as normal. Given the irritating storage and efficiency limitations of Google’s personal flagship Chromecast with Google TV, Xiaomi has determined to make sure that these annoyances usually are not current on this streaming field.

The Xiaomi Mi Field 4S Max is powered by an Amlogic S905X3 processor, which makes use of the Amlogic Video Engine 10. Sadly, because of this the AV1 codec is just not supported right here, however Xiaomi states that it’s nonetheless capable of stream content material at 4K 60fps and even at 8K decision — though no body charge has been specified.

Enter and outputs embody an HDMI 2.1 port, USB 3.0 port, plus an in-the-box distant can also be included that’s mentioned to assist the Google Assistant through an in-built microphone. That’s a reasonably normal allocation for a house streaming system comparable to this. MIUI for TV comes pre-installed atop Android TV right here, however as a result of it’s presently solely obtainable in China, plenty of the most well-liked Western streaming providers usually are not obtainable.

Xiaomi has listed the Mi Field 4S Max at 499 yuan (~$75) on its official storefront in China. Whereas that value may appear particularly tempting, it’s not clear if Xiaomi will launch this set-top field outdoors of the area.

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