Xiaomi Mi TV Stick receives its first update. It is a device that can turn a classic TV into a Smart TV. Just connect it to your TV via the HDMI connector and you will have completely new possibilities for watching and streaming multimedia content.
The update fixes the issues
The latest update is distributed in the form of OTA. This means that the device notifies you automatically or simply searches for it in the settings. You will then allow it to be downloaded and installed. Everyone can handle the update process itself.
The latest update fixes some serious bugs. Users complained about accidentally disconnecting devices connected via Bluetooth and also about audio delays. It is these two issues that the update should address.
Xiaomi Mi TV Stick (1 GB RAM, 1080p)
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The update is already available in India and is being released gradually in waves. This means that in the coming days it should also reach Slovakia.
Basic parameters of Xiaomi Mi TV Stick
- Operating system: Android TV 9.0
- Processor: Cortex-A53 1,5 GHz
- RAM: 1 GB
- Storage capacity: 8 GB
- Memory card slot: microSD (support up to 64 GB)
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2
- Google Now
- Dolby Atmos
- Dimensions: 92,4 x 30,2 x 15,2 mm
- Weight: 28 grams
- Driver in the package
If you're concerned about the issues listed above, they're likely to be resolved soon. The release of the update was confirmed by Mi TV India's product director, Sudeep Sahu, on his Twitter account.