Austrian StreamView, the licensee of the Nokia brand for TVs and TV-related products, launched a Chromecast-enabled stick named “Nokia Streaming Stick 800”. The stick is actually a scaled-down version of the Nokia Streaming Box but without various ports for expanding memory or Ethernet connectivity. The Nokia Streaming Stick is, unfortunately, supporting just FullHD resolution which makes its price of 60€ a bit high since for 20 € more you can get Streaming Box 8000 that supports 4K and gets you various ports that can considerably improve the box performance.
However, if you don’t have a 4K TV, Nokia Streaming Stick 800 is still a great option. It is small and comes with 2.4 G and 5G Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, a BT remote and Android 11 out of the box. It is also compatible with a Bluetooth keyboard and Bluetooth game controller which is convenient for some occasional gaming and easier internet usage.
Here are the basic specs:
Name: Nokia Streaming Stick 800
Dimensions: 34x93x12 mm
Processor: Amlogic S805X2
Memory: 1 GB RAM, eMMC 8 GB
GPU: ARM Mali-G31 MP2
Video: Full HD (1920×1080) – 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
Audio: 2K@60fps, H.264, HEVC H.265 10 bit
Android: AndroidTM 11
Connectivity: HDMI, Wi-Fi: b/g/n/a/ac 2.4GHz/5GHz 2T2R; Bluetooth
In case you are interested, check the StreamingView page. If you end up buying it, you’ll get a Streaming Stick, Bluetooth voice remote control, Power adapter, HDMI extension cable and rather generously two AAA batteries. Just bear in mind that the stick is shipped only in Europe. If you live outside the EU, find a friend that can ship it to you.