News surfaced about a new Rikomagic HDMI dongle.
This time they will be using the Rockchip RK3288 chipset, which will make it a real beast.
What’s interesting is that it will have a new design, featuring a gigabit ethernet port and built-in wi-fi and bluetooth.
First samples will be available at the end of October.
My RKM MK902-II is on his way, but I was able to get this news to share with you: after some hardware and software changes (for instance, they greatly improved the heat sink), the Antutu score got now to a whopping 40k!
The product will be ready soon ( there are some sites that have it “in stock”, be careful, you might not get it at all, or you might get a cheap clone).
Yes, you read it right, an Android TV box made by Rikomagic.
The well-known Chinese manufacturer Rikomagic, which was one of the few to embrace the “android TV stick” phenomenon and got to the sixth generation of their MK802 HDMI dongle announced their first android TV box, named MK902.
The Rikomagic MK902 will be based on the Rockchip 3066 dual core chipset, clocked at 1.6 Ghz, will have a quad core Mali-400 GPU (capable of 3D) and will be shipped with Android 4.1, although an upgrade to Android 4.2 will most likely be made available.
It will support Bluetooth 3.0 and DLNA and will have a soft turn-off feature.
More on Rikomagic MK902 after we get our hands on a sample.