TOX2 TV Stick Android 10 Allwinner H313 Review

TOX2 TV Stick Android 10 Allwinner H313 Review

It has been a while since the first release of the TOX1 TV Box, and almost a year later we have the release of the TOX2 TV Stick this time running on the Allwinner H313 chipset. At first glance I was a bit disappointed given the performance benchmarks of the Allwinner chipset in the past year, I felt for moment that it wasn’t worth reviewing. However, out of curiosity and given the track record from their first TV Box with features identical to Ugoos models, I saw it fit to take a look at their application of the Allwinner chipset.


What I appreciate about this TV stick is that TOX given the challenge they faced with Allwinner, they still managed to implement lesser features seen in Ugoos models. It is indeed the same firmware developer from Ugoos which means that the firmware delivers a unique features and good optimization. What I also appreciate is that they have now clearly identified themselves as a brand, and they have now launched a website though in its early phase. There TOX2 TV stick is a streaming device and they clearly understand this and has set the price of the unit below $40 which is quite attractive for those looking for a simple device to stream movies and TV shows.

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TOX2 TV Stick IN the box

TOX2 TV Stick Hardware

CPU – Allwinner H313 CPU 1.3GHz
GPU – ARM Mali G31
Internal Storage – 16GB eMMc
Wi-Fi – Dual Band 2.4GHz + 5GHz
LAN – 100M Ethernet
Bluetooth 5.0

TOX2 TV Stick system info

TOX2 TV Stick CPU info

TOX2 TV Stick I/O Ports

1 HDMI 2.1 Type-A
1 RJ54 100 Mbps
2 USB 2.0
1 Type C charging
1 Micro SD
1 Reset Button

TOX2 TV Stick USB and LAN IO ports

TOX2 TV Stick microSD card slot

TOX2 TV Stick IR extender and charging port and reset button

TOX2 TV Stick front view LED pwr light

TOX2 TV Stick IR extender cable

TOX2 TV Stick male HDMI connector

Performance Benchmarks

Antutu – 53,427
Geekbench 4 – 537 Single-Core | 1,397 Multicore
Ice Storm Extreme – 4,124
SlingShot – 406
RAM Copy – 2,426 MB/s
Internal Storage – 149 MB/s read | 53 MB/s write
Wi-Fi Speed – 100% on both 5GHZ Band | 90% 2.4GHz band
LAN Speed – 26% 100 Mbps GB

TOX2 TV Stick Antutu Benchmark


HDR Display
4K 2160p 60Hz resolution (true 60Hz)
Android 10 Q
Navigation bar / Status bar
Advanced Root Switch (Magisk updatable)
Built-in screen rotation
Built-in gamepad keymapping
Dual Band Wi-Fi Technology + LAN 1000Mbps
Bluetooth 5.0
Bluetooth Wireless Remote with voice control
Custom mouse behavior settings
Alternative Launchers work
4K HDR video playback very good
Dolby Atmos / DTS classic
Kodi / APKs good streaming movies / TV shows
Samba Server settings

TOX2 TV Stick Quickstep launcher

TOX2 TV Stick TOX Launcher

TOX2 TV Stick Dolby Atmos

TOX2 TV Stick Infrared remote control

TOX2 TV Stick Root permissions via MAGISK


Allwinner H313 budget CPU 1.3GHz
No 64Bit ABIs
No Dolby Vision
No built-in hardware monitor
No DRM for Netflix in HD/4K
Missing DTS-X/DTS-HD MA/THX/Dolby True HD
Wallpaper glitches firmware, requires reset
Slow 3D gaming
LAN port not GB
Screen mirroring very sluggish (high latency)

TOX2 TV Stick Pros and Cons

Final Thoughts

So in the end I will only recommend this box as a device for streaming movies and TV shows and surprising it does an excellent job at 4K HDR video playback. Its hardware is on the lower end of the scale and it’s not recommended for intensive activities as it will result in overheating, which shortens the lifespan of the device.



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