Verizon announced today that the second gen of its Stream TV device is now available. The Android TV powered device is available for $69.99, but customers who sign-up for Fios Gigabit Connection can get it at no additional cost.
With Stream TV, you can stream shows and movies with support for 4K Ultra HD, HDR10 and HDR 10+ display. From premium services like Netflix and YouTube TV to ad-supported apps like Pluto TV and Yahoo, Stream TV features the top streaming apps from the Google Play Store. You can also rent or buy on-demand video with direct billing to your Verizon account.
The original Stream TV device launched in November 2019. The new generation has a slimmer design that fits comfortably next to the TV or cleverly mounted with the included wall mount bracket. The new device also comes with an updated Verizon UI to make navigation and content discovery easier. The new interface has pinned apps and recommendations to personalize the viewing experience. If you’re using the original Stream TV, you’ll get the new interface in a future update.
With the included Stream TV remote, you’ll have one-tap access to Google Assistant for voice search and commands. Lost the remote? Press a button on Stream TV and the remote will make a sound until it’s discovered.
For more information, visit the Verizon website.