Xiaomi Box 4K (2nd gen) spotted on FCC certification site, could launch soon

Back in 2020, launched Mi Box 4K streaming device, which got quite popular due to its affordable price and impressive capabilities and functions. Now, after almost 2 years, the company is reportedly gearing up to bring the second-generation model of the Xiaomi Box 4K. The streaming device has been spotted FCC certification site, hinting at its specifications and design. Here are the details.

Box 4K (2nd gen) has appeared on US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website with model number MDZ-28-AA (Via). The listing also sheds some light on the device’s specifications and design.


As can be seen in the above image, the Box 4K (2nd Gen) is having the same squircle shape as its predecessor. The form factor also looks very similar to TV 4K.

As you might have guessed by the name, the device will support streaming at up to 4K resolution. In addition, the TV stick will come with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for connectivity. The Box 4k is listed to ship with all the required accessories. It will come with a remote, an HDMI extender cable, a 5W power adapter (5V-1A), as well as a Stick.

Mi Box 4K

Details about the device are pretty short and we are still waiting for an official confirmation from Xiaomi. More information about the streaming device should emerge soon. We’ll keep you posted.

To recall, the first gen Box 4K offers up to 4K resolution and also supports HDR-enabled content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and others. It is powered by a quad-core Amlogic processor and features 2GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The TV stick supports Wi-Fi for connectivity, a USB port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. It was launched at a price of around $46.

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Via: gizmochina.com

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