From a 150-inch laser projector to a nearly US$2,000 OLED TV , Xiaomi has been dabbling in audio-visual equipment for a while. Now it looks like the gadget maker is about to add a much tinier member to its lineup: A TV dongle. A Mi TV stick, codenamed “aquaman,” was recently approved by Google to carry the Play app store, according to a tweet from Android TV Guide spotted by 9to5Google . The listing suggests it’ll only support 1080p video output since it uses an Amlogic S805Y processor. But there might also be a model in the works. A listing on Gearbest , a third party shopping site specializing in Chinese products, suggests a 4K version may also be coming. The Xiaomi Mi TV Stick is now in the Google Play Console and indeed using an Amlogic S805Y, a 1080p SoC. #AndroidTV pic.twitter.com/yT54FAXzXJ — Android TV Guide (@androidtv_rumor) July 1, 2020 Xiaomi previously gave fans an early glimpse of its first TV dongle back in May . The Mi TV Stick, along with an accompanying remote control, was teased during a Redmi Note 9 event for Germany. No release date has been announced yet.