Dish Home Brings 4K Streamer That Will Turn Any TV ‘Smart’


DTH provider Dish Home has launched a 4K Streamer. This Android-based TV stick will bring smart features to any non-smart TV.

As its name suggests, the Streamer is capable of broadcasting 4K contents in ultra-high 4K resolution. That also means it can run any video content below that resolution without a hitch.

The device slots into the HDMI port on a TV. Once connected, the users can enjoy apps and services such as Dish Home Go, YouTube, Sony Liv Hungama, etc on any TV. But these are possible only with an internet connection.

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Dish Home 4K Streamer
IMG courtesy: Dish Home

The company’s Broadcast Operations General Manager Sachin Basyal provided information about its new product. He said, “Dish Home’s 4K Streamer will turn the customers’ any TV into a smart TV with 4K resolution support.”

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Dish Home’s 4K Streamer Features

Dish Home’s 4K streamer is capable of streaming videos with 3840 x 2160 pixels or variations. This means has 4 times higher pixel counts than Full HD resolution 1080×1920. The result is extremely clear and detailed images still rare on many devices.

To render images at 4K, Dish Home has brought Google certified video player. It’s Android 11-based and runs on Quadcore Cortex – A53 SoC

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