New Hexa-Core Player X99 Max S922X 128GB 4K TV Box Review

X99 Max S922X TV Box Review

So there is a new player in the Amlogic S922X category called the X99 Max. Actually they are not new at all. Judging from the logo on the box it’s from the developers who brought you the A95X Max+. The X99 Max falls into the same category as the Ugoos AM6 models and the Beelink GT King Pro model. But does it have the same power these to top models? In this review I got a some pros and cons that I didn’t get in the Ugoos and Beelink models. Take a look at my results.

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X99 Max S922X in the box

X99 Max Hardware

  • CPU – Amlogic S922X 1.8GHz
  • GPU – Mali G52 MP6
  • RAM – 4GB DDR4
  • ROM – 128GB
  • WiFi – 2.4GHz + 5GHz
  • LAN – 100Mbps
  • Bluetooth – 5.0

X99 Max S922X CPU info


IO Ports

  • 1 HDMI
  • 1 LAN
  • 1 Optical SPDIF
  • 1 AV
  • 1 Micro SD
  • 1 USB 3.0
  • 1 USB 2.0

X99 Max S922X top view X99 Max S922X rear views 2020 02 12 1429 X99 Max S922X bottom view X99 Max S922X front LED clock display 2020 02 12 1431


  • Antutu – 121279
  • Geekbench 4 – 1225 Single-Core | 3331  multi-core
  • Ice Storm Extreme – MAX
  • SlingShot – 1588
  • RAM Copy – 5683
  • ROM Speed – 129 MB/s Read | 112 MB/s
  • WiFi Speed – 5GHz Max | 2.4GHz low speed
  • LAN Speed – 100Mbps low speed

X99 Max S922X antutu


Firmware Features

  • Rooted
  • Alternative Launcher Compatible
  • DRM Google Widevivne Level 3
  • Netflix 480p
  • Good movies stream apps
  • Good 4K video playback
  • YouTube in 4K
  • Good 3D Gaming 
  • Key Mapping apps

X99 Max S922X pros and cons


The X99 max has all the right ingredients that placed it high on the ranking chart, and it performs well in all major demanding tasks. What torments this box is its firmware. The firmware has strange bug that has a lot of apps missing on the Google play store, which forced me to sideload most of  benchmark apps and games. The rest of  cons you can view below.

3 thoughts on “New Hexa-Core Player X99 Max S922X 128GB 4K TV Box Review”

  1. Thanks for your review. This looks really impressive except for the firmware, a major drawback. Your comment about the firmware sounds familiar. I bought a box within the past year that had android 9 but similar restrictions on app downloads. If the firmware is android 9, it would seem there must be a quirk that makes it more like android tv os, which definitely restricts playstore apps unless you sideload, which can be a pain. Will you be making an inquiry to the manufacturer? Thanks again.


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