However, the Nokia Media Streamer only supports full HD resolution at 60 frames per second. In comparison, the Mi Box supports 4K 4K videos and the 4 comes at a price of 3,499. Under the hood, the Nokia Media Streamer runs on 1GB of RAM, 8GB of onboard storage, and Android 9P. It supports dual-band WiFi, so you can connect to both standard 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks.
Nokia media streamer
A remote is included with the box, and it looks just like you would expect. There are dedicated buttons for Google Assistant, Netflix, and G5. With it, you get custom buttons for volume control, power, and navigation. Remote voice is enabled so you can talk to Google Assistant without yelling at your TV set.
Personally, I would have preferred a Prime video button instead of the G5 here because I have never used the G5 in my life, even though it was added as a reward for me thanks to Airtel.
Anyway, Nokia’s streaming box seems to be competing against the Mi Box 4K and Fire TV Stick as I mentioned. In my opinion, the Mi Box has this pulse, but Nokia’s offering is ₹ 500 less than the Fire TV stick, which sells for 3,999, so it may support that.
If you want to buy the new Nokia Media Streamer, it will go on sale on Flipkart from August 28th.