Dolamee D6 Android 6.0 TV Box Review
The Dolamee D6 Amlogic S905X Quad Core Android 6.0 4K TV Box, as I mentioned in the video is really a TV box with specs from TV boxes released in Q4 of 2016. It’s a nice cheap TV box if you are now starting off in TV boxes, you’re a little nervous about buying one, or maybe you on a tight budget. Maybe you already own a TV box and want an extra one for another room in the house. And at the same time get the performance of Android 6.0 operating system, the Dolamee D6 is a good option.
The Dolamee D6 Android 6.0 TV box runs on the Amlogic S905X quad core CPU, running up to 1.5GHz to 2.0GHz. Its display and 3D graphics is powered by the ARM penta core (5 core) Mali 450, running up to 750 MHz. It comes with 2GB of DDR3 RAM and 8GB of internal storage. I comes with 802.11 2.4GHz WiFi, and Bluetooth 4.0. It has support for Miracast, AirPlay, and DLNA.
The Dolamee D6 Amlogic S905X TV box runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system on a 64bit chipset environment. It also comes preinstalled with Kodi 16.1 Jarvis along with preinstalled addons for your enjoyment. It comes preinstalled with all the necessary audio, video, and photo decoders for playback of 4K videos, 3D graphics, digital audio, and HD photos.
In the box
The Dolamee D6, comes with 1 HDMI port, 2 USB 2.0 ports, 1 AV port, 1 SPDIF 3.5mm port, and a SD card slot. In the box you get the box itself, you get 1 HDMI cable, 1 infrared remote control, a power adapter, and a user manual.
Like I stated earlier, it’s a budget TV box, it has a nice black and gray housing, runs Android 6.o and has Kodi. However, it’s a bit low on the storage, and it is using a CPU and GPU that is suited for the job, but it cannot compare to more latest high end TV boxes. The remote is an infrared remote, and you would have to purchase a wireless air mouse of touch-pad keyboard for a better navigation experience.
After the full review and benchmarks I would like the state that the Dolamee D6 did not impress me at all. The box has sluggish WiFi speed test, very low benchmarks, no OTA updates available, cannot play high graphics games efficiently, and the launcher is difficult to use and lacks features. It is safe to say this box is a low-end box that is priced too high. You can get a better TV box than this for the same price.