Walmart, which sells dwelling tech together with Roku-powered good TVs underneath its inexpensive ‘Onn’ model, seems to be set to throw its hat into the Android TV ring with the discharge of a brand new streaming stick.
An FCC itemizing by the retail big, first reported by @AndroidTV_Rumor, reveals photos of a modest black stick, powered by way of micro USB, with an HDMI adapter and a distant with devoted buttons for Google Assistant, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and HBO Max.
Whereas the distant seems to be just like that of a Google TV, it is unclear if the stick could have a Google TV interface because the itemizing solely confirms it’s going to use an Android 10 OS.
The itemizing additionally contains particulars of the chipset getting used, an Amlogic S805Y, which operates at 1080p60.
Contemplating the wealth of upper high quality 4K streaming sticks already obtainable, such because the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K, Roku Streaming + and TiVo Stream, obtainable at across the $50 mark, this factors to the ‘Onn’ stick being a reasonably budget-friendly possibility.
There is no phrase but on when Walmart will launch the ‘Onn’ stick however, with an FCC itemizing already filed, it in all probability will not be lengthy.
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