The folks over at XDA Developers have shared more details about Google’s upcoming Android TV dongle, codenamed “Sabrina.”
From a leaked firmware image, they’ve been able to glean most of its hardware specs, including the chip that powers it, how much RAM would sit inside, and what sort of features it could be expected to support.
As per XDA:
[W]e can see two key details of the “Sabrina” Android TV dongle device: It has 2GB of RAM (sml_sabrina_2g) and is powered by the Amlogic S905X2 system-on-chip (the reference to g12a below and multiple references to the code-name “meson” not shown below confirm this).
The Amlogic S905X2 is fabricated on a 12nm manufacturing process and has a quad-core CPU with 4 ARM Cortex-A53 CPU cores clocked at up to 1.8GHz. The CPU is joined by an ARM Mali-G31 MP2 GPU. The SoC supports video decoding for 4Kp75 10-bit H.265 content, video output at up to…