AT&T is beta testing an Android TV set-top box

Due to the decline in the traditional TV sector, AT & T is currently beta testing Android TV-based devices that can easily get DirecTV Now in front of the TV and more people. John Donovan, chief executive of AT & T Communications, said the small set-top box "will become more prevalent as a trial version in the first half of next year." TechCrunch reported ongoing beta period Variety first released AT & T device – model number C71KW-400 a year ago.

I know a few things about the AT & T gadget based on leak and FCC complaint. You can run Android TV, access other streaming apps, and include voice search remotes. It supports optical audio, HDMI output and USB port. This is so similar in all aspects of the course that there is little motivation for a customer to want AT & T hardware unless DirecTV Now subscribers are inherently free.


att is beta testing an android tv set top

AT & T's DirecTV Now and Uverse divisions lost 346,000 subscribers this quarter. DirecTV is currently in an uptrend, but it has 49,000 new accounts, with a total of 18.6 million subscribers. The growth of companies such as Netflix is ​​far from growing. Netflix added 1.9 million new subscribers in the last quarter.

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