The Realme 4K TV Stick with Google TV is the second after Google’s Chromecast 4, 4K streaming player with Google TV software. Realme 4K streaming stick is still a hot and much-bought streaming stick. However, now it is available at a really attractive price for $48. So there will certainly be more willing to buy it.
Price and Availability
When the Realme 4K Smart Google TV Stick went global, it was available for around $60. Hence, many users could wonder if it is worth buying Realme Google TV Stick. But now the offer looks much better.
Realme’s 4K streaming stick with Google TV software is available on the Banggood store for $47.99. There is no doubt that the price is tempting.
Streaming media player is shipped with HDMI extender, voice remote controller, and micro-USB cable. Realme Google TV Stick user manual can be found here.
Realme 4K TV Stick with Google TV Main Features
We have written about Realme 4K Google TV Stick many times in order not to bore you too much, below you will find the most important features.
This Realme 4K streaming stick is powered by Amlogic S905Y4 SoC, features a quad-core ARM Cortex-A35 processor with ARM Mali-G31 MP2 GPU. Besides, comes with 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. It has an HDMI 2.1 connector, a micro USB port for power, and support for WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.0.
Streaming stick runs on Google TV, supports 4K AV1, H.265, VP9 decoding. In addition to supporting AV1 codec, it also supports HDR10, HDR10+ content.
Unfortunately device does not support Dolby Vision, and Google TV has lags when it comes to integrating local content, additionally, it has limited storage.
Like any media streaming player of this type, it is shipped with Bluetooth voice remote control. The Voice remote control features dedicated hot keys (streaming services, Google Assistant).
When it comes to streaming, Realme’s 4K streaming media player supports all available and popular straming (Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, etc.) up to 4K @60fps. Additionally, it supports 4K AV1 decoding, currently popular decoding available on most streaming services.