We already have in stores a new improved version of the HAKO mini certified TV-Box that improves significantly compared to its previous version.
And it is that we find in wireless connectivity, more ports, card reader, a more powerful Soc such as the Amlogic S905Y4 and even a version with 4 GB of RAM. The operating system of this new version of HAKO mini is Android TV 11 with which we have integrated Chromecast, in addition to the necessary certificates to view paid streaming platforms up to 4K quality.
HAKO mini Specs
The HAKO mini Stick includes an AMlogic S905Y4 processor manufactured in 14nm. A Quad Core chip with ARM Cortex-A35 processors and an ARM Mali-G31 MP2 GPU that reaches 850 Mhz. This SoC includes decoding of the new AV1 codec, support for video output up to 4K@60fps resolutions, and compatibility with HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG, and Dolby Vision technologies.
On its small board we have soldered 2/4 GB of DDR4 RAM and 8/32 GB of eMMc storage memory that we can expand thanks to the presence of a micro SD card reader.
Regarding wireless connectivity, we find Dual Band Wi-Fi aC and Bluetooth 5.0. The included connectors are two USB 2.0 ports, one HDMI 2.1 video output, and one RJ45 10/100 network connector.
The operating system is Android TV 11, and it includes a small Bluetooth remote control with a microphone and various shortcut keys to streaming platforms such as Netflix and Disney+.
Price and availability
- The certified Android Box HAKO mini can be purchased on AliExpress from $65 with free shipping included.
Dolby Vision, how the f ..
Not bad only soc is questionable thing ..
And looks strange, 2/8 gb and 4/32 gb cost same ..
I’d like to know too – I suspect not as the Aliexpress listing doesn’t show the Google G10 reference renmote used by the KM2, KM2 Plus, ONN, KD3 and KD5…. all of which DO have Netflix 4K certification. The remote looks like the one supplied with the KM7 – looks very similar but is a bit wider and more plasticy feel…. Speculation of course, but could be wrong
Yes, Netflix in 4K.