H96 Max H2 64GB TV Box Model Review
The developers of the H96 line is at it again this is the upgraded ROM model the H96 Max H2 64GB TV box. What has changed from the 32GB model! Nothing much really, the sticker branding has changed, the housing and IO ports are the same, and it now has 64GB of internal storage. So can one expect any great boost in performance? Well let’s see what the benchmarks has to say.
- Antutu – 61497
- GeekBench 4 – 549 Single core – 1500 Multi core
- Ice Storm Extreme – 2211
- RAM Copy – 2865
- ROM Speed – Read 91MB/s – Write 48MB/s
- WiFi Speed – 5.8GHz MAX speed – 2.4GHz Half speed
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As from the results it is clear to see that the extra 64GB of internal storage has resulted in some higher ROM read and write speeds, the Antutu bench is much higher, and the Geekbench 4 score is a slightly higher.
- CPU – Rockchip RK3328 Quad Core 1.5GHz
- GPU – ARM Mali 450-MP
- RAM – 4GB DDR3
- Internal Storage – 64GB eMMc Flash ROM
- External Storage – 1 SD Card Reader
- WiFi – 802.11ac Dual Band 2.4GHz + 5.8GHz
- Bluetooth – 4.0
- LAN – RJ45 100Mbps
- USB – 1 USB 3.0, 3 USB 2.0
- Video – 1 HDMI, 1 AV port
- Audio – 1 3mm SPDIF
The H96 Max H2 64GB version is a good performing TV box very little to complain about. It plays 4K video samples really well, YouTube can play in 4K quality with the app version found on the Aptoide app store, and the box is rooted with the ability to install any app you like from the Google Play store or via APK download.
On the down side, it comes with an Infrared remote control, the 2.4GHz WiFi band recorded slower speed than the 5.8GHz band, 3D game performance is not good, and I couldn’t get my key-mapping application to work under the given root superuser permissions.
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