what is the best device to receive good quality channels?
Dear All,

can any one advise me for the best android device for receiving good quality channels through the internet, I don't care about games or other applications. I just want to receive channels, especially news and documentary channels. 

roku devices have lots of channels and are easy to use.
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Kodi is a software, if you are here i am assuming you want to know what devices running kodi can give you the best options..

The answer to that is kodi is a software so if it runs properly on any given device that supports it, should be fine.. you just have to figure out which addons to use..

So in a way you are not looking for just the right device but also the addons.
If money is not a concern. Nvidia Shield is a good device.
The key point is not to expect to receive them for free, especially premium content like many documentaries Wink
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Money is a big concern for me guys Smile what's wrong with cheap devices anyway?
(2018-12-04, 21:55)abdu5 Wrote: Money is a big concern for me guys Smile what's wrong with cheap devices anyway?
Nothing if you want to play local content from USB storage - and are happy with the limitations.   If you have good local catch-up TV services that are subscription-free and there is a decent Kodi Add-on to watch these services - you may find a good solution in the Raspberry Pi / AMLogic S905 area (particularly if you don't need 4K or HDR)

If you want the high quality Netflix, Amazon etc. DRM-ed content that you pay for - then you usually pay more for your device as Netflix and Amazon only authorise a relatively small number of high quality player solutions.

If you are trying to get paid-for content without paying for it? You won't find much advice round here.
It's not that I don't want to pay for paid content, I'm just new to this, and I don't know what free channels can be watched on these devices. 
I found this android-based device, I think I will have it: "Mi Box S" it costs only about 60$,
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