The follow-up to Dynalink’s affordable 4K Android TV box will feature the beloved Google G10 “Reference” remote, according to an image on the company’s website. This simple, 22-key remote was designed by Google and is a serious upgrade over the remotes that are included with most Android TV and Google TV products (including the Chromecast).
Details on the new Dynalink Android TV box are basically non-existent. We only have the image that’s marked “coming soon” on the company’s website (under the “Product” tab).
That said, this Android TV box is probably an upgrade over the company’s previous release. It may feature upgrades like USB-C connectivity (the last model had Micro USB), a faster processor, and support for Dolby Vision or other protocols.
Either way, the G10 remote will be the biggest upgrade with this new streaming stick. Google’s “Reference” remotes are incredibly popular thanks to their comfortable design, intuitive layout, and responsive buttons.
This Dynalink streamer won’t be the first product to ship with Google’s G10 “Reference” remote. It’s also included with Walmart’s Onn streaming sticks, and of course, it comes with Anker’s Nebula stick.
We’ll update this article as we learn new information about the Dynalink Android TV box. If you want to buy a G10 “Reference” remote on its own, you can get one on the MeCool website (it should work with most Android TV devices).