Nokia Media Streaming box with Dolby Audio support launched in India at Rs 3,499

Nokia Media Streaming

Nokia in partnership has launched a media streaming device in India. The Finnish brand has struck a relationship where apart from its branding on Smart TVs, the company will now also sell smart android boxes. The streaming device trend is booming in the market, while Amazon Fire TVs still acquire the major stakes, brands like Xiaomi are gunning for the position. Today, Nokia Media streaming device was launched at Rs 3,499. Let’s take a look at the streaming device below. 

Nokia Media Streaming Box – Specifications

Starting with the resolution support, it comes with a Full HD resolution support at up to 60 FPS. The streaming box is powered by a quad-core processor with Mali 450 GPU. It has a 1GB of RAM and comes with 8GB of internal storage. 

The Nokia streaming device comes with Chromecast built-in feature, which allows for casting from Android devices, phones, and tablets. There are a dozen of apps, which now supports chrome casting. 

This smart box runs on android TV UI based on the Android 9.0 operating system. Speaking about the connectivity options, it has a Wi-Fi dual-band support and multi I/O antenna for better reception. 

Nokia also offers a voice-powered remote control with support for Google Assistant. To make things interesting, it offers hotkeys for Netflix and Zee5 apps. Further, the android mobile app remote support is available on this streaming device. 

Last but not the least, it claims to offer Dolby Audio support for improved audio experience on your Television. These days many streaming services are offering Dolby Audio support at their end. With hardware support on the Nokia streaming device, it will be easier for you to enjoy the audio experience. 

What do you guys think of the all-new Nokia Media Streaming box? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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