BuzzTV XRS4500 – BuzzTV XR Dynamic Series

BuzzTV XRS4500 IPTV Box Review

Welcome to part 2 of my BuzzTV XR series review, and today I have the BuzzTV XRS4500 model that is the upgraded model to the XR4500 hundred. The major difference in this model is that it has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage compared to the 2GB 16GB in the XR4500. Due to this increase in RAM and internal storage results in better IPTV streaming and performance benchmarks. All firmware features remain the same as in the first model and so are its drawbacks.


In my YouTube video, I went in to a little more details as to why these dedicated OTT IPTV server models delivers superior IPTV streaming, when compared to IPTV apps. IPTV models solves major issue faced by IPTV users of buffering and poor picture quality, due to throttling from ISP providers and from too much traffic on a shared networks. These boxes connect directly to the IPTV provider’s server using a proprietary broadband packet data transfer using an internet protocol suite, instead of accessing their servers using the global Internet.

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BuzzTV XRS4500 in the box

Hardware Specs

CPU – Amlogic S905X3 4X 1.9GHz
GPU – ARM Mali G31 Open GL ES 3.2 w/Vulkan 1.1
Internal Storage – 64GB
Wi-Fi – Dual Band 2.4GHz + 5GHz
Bluetooth 4.1

BuzzTV XRS4500 System info

BuzzTV XRS4500 CPU info

IO Ports

  • 1 HDMI
  • 1 USB 3.0
  • 1 USB 2.0
  • 1 Optical Audio
  • 1 AV
  • 1 DC

BuzzTV XRS4500 rear IO ports

BuzzTV XRS4500 side IO ports

BuzzTV XRS4500 front LED indicator

BuzzTV XRS4500 botttom panel and vents


BuzzTV XRS4500 Antutu Benchmark


Pro features

Official IPTV Server ID Feature w/EPG
Amlogic S905X3 CPU 1.9GHz
Mali G31 GPU Vulkan 1.1 Support
DDR4 RAM 64GB Internal Storage
Excellent Wi-Fi and LAN reception
4K HDR/Dolby Vision Display
Not Rooted for copy protection
Google Widevine L1 HDCP2.2
Navigation bar
Alternative launchers
High Benchmarks
Kodi/APKs work
Miracast HD casting
YouTube in 4K
4K HDR videos play OK
3D Gaming good
Wireless Bluetooth remote w/batteries

BuzzTV XRS4500 Launcher

BuzzTV XRS4500 IPTV Server feature

BuzzTV XRS4500 Bluetooth remote

BuzzTV XRS4500 Bluetooth remote backlit feature

BuzzTV XRS4500 Digital audio output


No root switch
No Status bar
No Netflix ESN basic quality only
Prime Video basic quality only
No screen rotation
Moderate heat levels “during gaming only”

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Final thoughts

In the end, this model is supposed to ease some of the criticism the first model generated with its limited RAM and internal storage. It’s more attractive in terms of specs and it delivers great IPTV and Android streaming service. I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in IPTV, and even if you are not I can still recommend to you as a high performance android TV box to stream movies and TV shows. It even great at playing android games.

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