Beelink A1 4K TV Box Review
The Beelink A1 4K TV Box is among the smallest TV boxes in the market, backed by one of the best developers in the industry, Beelink has released this mini TV box four enjoyment. Beelink is known for producing top high-end TV boxes but in this model Beelink released this box for those who a low on budget and simply want to stream online movies and TV shows. In this review , I will feature its hardware specs, operating system, user interface, and benchmarks.
- CPU: Rockchip RK3328 quad core ARM Cortex-A53
- GPU: Mali- 450MP1 / 450MP2
- RAM: 4G RAM DDR3
- ROM: 16GB / 32G ROM
- Maximum External Hard Drives Capacity: 4TB
- WiFi: 802.11ac dual band 2.4GHz + 5.8GHz
Product Links. ***New*** 4GB/32GB model
Operating system and UI
The Beelink A1 runs on Android 7.1.2 Nougat operating system. Out of the box, the Beelink A1 comes missing a few key features. There is no nav bar and status bar, and the box is not rooted. However. Beelink has provided at least 4 firmware updates with the click of a button in the more settings area under the about tab. Once these updates are complete, you will now have a nav bar and status bar, and the box now has root access. The box does not come with any movie streaming apps or social media apps, you have to install these apps from the google play store.
- Antutu – 29234
- Geekbench4 – 530 single-core / 1315 multi-core
- Ice Storm Extreme – 2176
- Ram Copy – 3397
- ROM speed – Read 45MB/s Write 39MB/s
- SD reader speed – Read 35MB/s Write 11MB/s
The Beelink A1 is not a super high-end TV box, its got some OK hardware specs allowing it the stream online movies and TV shows quite well, and it ran some 4K video samples pretty OK. It’s not a gamer so don’t expect any great gaming performance. It manages to contain overheating to a certain extent and you get regular updates from the developer with the click of a button.
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