This week, Realme will launch its first set-top box called the Realme 4K Google TV Stick, which will be powered by Google TV. This will make it the second portable streaming device to have Google TV installed. The first one is Chromecast with Google TV. At the same time, Google TV Stick Realme 4K is reported to be able to outperform Chromecast with Google TV.
One of the common user complaints about such devices, including Xiaomi Mi TV Stick and Chromecast with Google TV, is the tiny capacity of flash memory. Both of the aforementioned streaming devices have only 8 GB of internal flash memory, with even less available to users.
As a result, there is a problem of running out of space after installing applications. Users must uninstall apps or games before they can install new ones or even update old ones. Yes, if you don’t have enough storage space, you may not be able to install an app update.
According to the latest data, Google TV Stick Realme 4K will receive 16 GB of flash memory, while at least 12 GB will be available to users. At the same time, only about 5 GB of flash memory is available to Chromecast users with Google TV.
Google TV Stick Realme 4K is expected to cost around $40.