[MWC 2013] At this year’s MWC, Samsung unveiled its impressive HomeSync, which is a media server powered by Android Jelly Bean. Not to be outdone, Huawei also took the opportunity to announce its media streamer that is being introduced to compete against Samsung’s HomeSync.
The Huawei MediaQ M31 is another Android Jelly Bean-powered media streamer that offers a more compact look when compared to the Samsung HomeSync as it measures 65mm x 65mm x 14mm. Android-powered devices will be able to share photos, stream videos and games to the MediaQ M310, as long as they’re connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
As for its specs, the MediaQ M31 is powered by a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage space, Wi-Fi, two HDMI ports (one in, one out), microUSB, a 3-in-1 SPDIF/3.5mm/Mic mono port and two USB ports. The MediaQ M31 will also allow you to connect PC and NAS drives located on your network to it, making streaming content available on other machines on your network easy.RELATED
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