Fetch TV is set to revolutionise the world of entertainment with the introduction of its latest device, the Fetch TV Mini Gen 5. Replacing the current Mini 4K, this new device is packed with exciting features that will take your viewing experience to the next level.

The Fetch TV Mini Gen 5 will be the first device to support RDK, an open-source set-top box software operating system used by some of the largest subscription operators in the world, including Comcast, Liberty Global, and Sky UK. This means that users may — location dependent — have access to a wider range of content and apps, providing a more comprehensive entertainment experience.

One of the most exciting features of the Fetch TV Mini Gen 5 is its ability to access and run additional selected apps from the Google Play Store via an Android emulator. This gives users access to a wider range of apps, including key sports and general entertainment apps not currently available on Fetch. The user experience for these additional apps is said to be identical to other apps on Fetch, providing a seamless viewing experience.

The Fetch TV Mini Gen 5 will be available from June 2024, with the Android emulator functionality available from launch. This functionality will also be rolled out to Mighty and Mini 4K boxes later this year, providing a wider range of users with access to this exciting new feature.

The Fetch TV Mini Gen 5 looks like it could be a game-changer in the world of entertainment. With its support for RDK and expanded content offering via Android apps, this device is set to provide users with a more comprehensive and exciting viewing experience. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience the future of entertainment. Get your Fetch TV Mini Gen 5 today!

Editors Note: Thanks to AK for the guest post submission.

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Snoozin

I have to find an alternative when my TelstraTV is no longer supported this year.

So does this Fetch Mini support the Plex app? (Just because it supports Google Play it might not support Plex)

Phil Tann

I havne’t had any time with a unit – from what I can read, it likely will but I can’t guarantee it.