HAKO Pro, new certified Android Box with 4 GB RAM

New certified Android TV-Box called HAKO Pro that now includes the Amlogic S905Y4-B and that improves something of the previous HAKO mini.

In this TV-Box of the Korean brand HAKO we have Android TV 11 certified by Google and is designed for streaming. This PRO version surprises us with an internal storage capacity of up to 64 GB and RAM memory of 4 GB, something unusual. We also have integrated Chromecast, in addition to the necessary permissions to view paid streaming platforms such as Netflix up to 4K video quality. But it seems that it does not have Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos that if we have in other options with less RAM.


HAKO Pro Specifications

The new HAKOPro Box offers us an AMlogic S905Y4-B 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+ and HLG technologies.

On its small board we have soldered 2/4 GB of DDR4 RAM and 16/32/64 GB of eMMc storage memory that we can expand thanks to the presence of a micro SD card reader.

Other features

Regarding wireless connectivity, we find Dual Band Wifi aC and Bluetooth 5.0.  The included connectors are two USB 2.0 ports, micro SD card reader, an HDMI 2.1 video output and a RJ45 10/100 network connector.

The operating system is Android TV 11 and a small Bluetooth remote control with microphone and various shortcut keys to streaming platforms such as Youtube, Netflix, Prime Video and Disney+ is included.

Pricing and availability

  • The HAKO Pro certified Android Box with 4 GB of RAM can be purchased on AliExpress from $62 with shipping and fees included.
  • Soon available also on Amazon.

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Is it true that Google cancelled hako pro licenece?


Is there a firmware img to insert into this box Hako Pro or at least OTA zip firmware?


firmware yes or no ?



To day I use a H96 Max, but want AV1 decoding.

There is something I don’t understand?
You write Korean brand HAKO. But I found this information on the H96 website:



I don’t think HAKO are allowed to change the manufactoring plant on a Google Certified Box?
Do you know more on the relationship between HAKO and H96?

Regards Carsten.

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