We already have for sale without prior notice the new Android Box Nokia Streaming Box 8010, a big step forward compared to the Nokia Streaming Box 800.
And it is that the Nokia Streaming Box 8010 substantially improves the old model, since it is improved in almost all its aspects. We now have twice the RAM and faster with 4GB DDR4, 32 GB of storage, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, and a new Amlogic 905X4-K processor. A variant of S905X4 that we do not know, but that includes AV1 Codec decoding, Dolby Vision and support for Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Atmos, DTS audio.
The operating system is Android TV 11, and we have compatibility with Netflix 4K and others paid streaming platforms in maximum video quality.
Specifications of the Nokia Streaming Box 8010
Inside the Nokia Streaming Box 8010 we find an AMlogic S905X4-K SoC manufactured in 12nm. This is a Quad Core Chip with low consumption ARM Cortex-A55 processors that theoretically reach 2 GHz speed and integrates a Mali-G31 MP2 GPU. The VPU includes 4K@60fps, HDR, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision, and AV1 support.
The RAM memory is 4 GB DDR4 soldered on the board and for storage we find eMMc we have 32 GB. As we do not have a micro SD card reader to expand the internal memory, we can use one of the included USB ports.
In the field of wireless connectivity, we have an interesting leap, since we can enjoy Wi-Fi 6 2T2R and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. The connectors included in the plastic box are a USB 2.0 port, another USB 3.0, one USB Type-C, SPDIF digital audio output, Ethernet whose speed is not specified, 3.5 mm analogue Audio and Video port and an HDMI video output 2.0.
As usual, HDMI cable, power supply and a remote control, Bluetooth with backlit keys, microphone for Google Assistant and direct access to Netflix, Prime Video and others are included.
Price and availability
- The new Nokia Streaming Box 8010 is currently only available on the official Nokia website, although it will undoubtedly be on sale soon on Amazon for a launch price that is now €129.
Does nokia 8010
have the recording feature?