Last month we heard that Roku would be replacing its streaming set-top-box line up with a few new devices.

They have yet to announce these devices still, however, a few new press shots leaked online this week, showing what may be the boxes new design and features.

Within the lineup is the Roku Express and Express Plus. These have been designed to replace the Roku 2 and are believed to be capable of streaming in 4K. We don’t yet know what the differences are between the plus and normal model.

Next up is the Roku Premiere and the Premiere Plus. It is said that these will replace the Roku 3 and will feature 4K video streaming. As with the Express, we don’t know the differences between the two.

The Roku Ultra is the last on the list. Designed to replace the Roku 4, it will offer 4K HDR video streaming instead of normal 4K streaming.

Check them out in the images below, we will update you when we have the official stuff.

roku-premiere roku-express roku-ultra

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