Xiaomi’s Mi Box S offers a lot of bang for the buck — it’s small, 4K HDR-capable Android TV box with a list price of $69 and a street price that’s often much lower (Walmart is currently selling it for $55, and Woot has it in stock for $48).

But soon Xiaomi may add another tiny media streamer to its product lineup.

A leaked product roadmap suggests a Mi TV Stick could be coming as soon as May, 2020.


A blurry photo shows a device that looks similar to an Amazon Fire TV TV Stick or Roku Streaming Stick. There’s an HDMI connector on one end, which means that you should be able to plug the Mi TV Stick directly into the HDMI port of your TV.

And… that’s about all we know for sure at this point.

It’s unclear if this device will be sold outside of China and Europe (the leak suggests it’s part of Xiaomi’s roadmap for the European market). There’s also no word on whether this will be an Android TV device or if it will run some other sort of software. And there’s no information about specs.

Other products on the leaked roadmap include a new router, a few new electric scooters, robotic vacuums, and other smart home products.

via AndroidPC.es and FoneArena

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3 replies on “Xiaomi may launch a Mi TV Stick in May”

  1. Might be neat if someone hacks the bootloader. I like the Stick PC concept, and I’m glad to see it coming back. Im just not sure how interested I am in a Chinese-market OS build

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