According to reports, Xiaomi has released the fourth-generation Mi Box, Mi Box 4, and Mi Box 4c in China. The two newest Mi Box models will run on Android OS and be capable of supporting 4K HDR video.
A user interface based on AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology dubbed PatchWall will be used by the two newly released Mi Boxes, which are updated versions of the Mi Box 3c and Mi Box 3s that debuted in 2016.
Given that the user can recall the different video types, PatchWall UI displays the user’s preferred movie genres. You may look up videos. Moreover, Mi Remote Control supports voice commands for searching.
Support for 4K HDR video and Dolby Audio + DTS-HD Audio Decoder output will be available on Mi Box 4 and Mi Box 4c. Mi Box 4 will employ a 3+2 Core Mali-45 GPU and a 64-bit Amlogic 2905L Quad-Core Cortex-A53 processor.
8GB of internal storage and 2GB of RAM will be provided. Also available is 4K HDR content at 60 frames per second (3840×2160 pixels). There will include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, HDMI 2.0, and USB 3.0 for connectivity.
The Mi Box 4c is identical in terms of specs to the Mi Box 4, except for RAM and Bluetooth connectivity. The Mi Box 4c will support Bluetooth, but instead of Bluetooth 4.1 like the Mi Box 4, Infrared will be used. It will also have 1GB of Memory.
Priced at CNY 349, the Mi Box 4 (about 74,000 Myanmar kyats). The pricing of the Mi Box 4c is CNY 249, or approximately 53,000 Malaysian Ringgit. You may sign up to purchase it starting right now, and it will go on sale for real on February 1.