Google announced the Android TV 10 update for the Android TVs a few months ago and the rollout is expected to kick off soon. Google also announced the developer-focused streaming device called ADT-3 which allows developers to test their apps before they roll out to Android TVs. Google would make the streaming device available to developers soon through local OEMs. Ahead of the official launch, the streaming device made its appearance in Bluetooth SIG and WiFi alliance websites suggesting an imminent launch.
According to listings spotted on Bluetooth SIG and WiFi alliance, the Google ADT-3 comes with a model number STI6130 and the device is manufactured by OEM called Askey Computer Corporation. As for specifications, the ADT-3 streaming device is equipped with a quad-core A53 processor, 2GB of DDR3 RAM, and 8GB of internal storage.
ADT-3 serves as a great platform for developers to test their apps before they validate Android TV 10’s compatibility. The hardware is very basic and comes with pre-certified services like Netflix, Prime Video, etc. Google also promised three years of software updates to the device. As the device passes through Bluetooth and WiFi certification websites, we expect the official launch and availability to be sooner than we think.