Ultimate Beelink GT1 TV Box Unboxing and Review
By Fields Corrielus 2019-07-31 929 0
Even though Beelink has made many popular devices, I wasn’t really sure about the quality of the product. The Beelink GT1 Ultimate is available with 3GB RAM and up to 32GB ROM, Android TV Box that has all useful features in it. I have discovered that if you can effectively utilize the power and flexibility of the product, then it can be highly functional for your TV, especially when streaming channels.
The Beelink GT1 Ultimate TV Box has got Smart TV software that can turn your TV into a computer. I bet the manufacturing of such Android driven TV box isn’t really easy. Keeping that in mind, lets now plunge in its latest offerings.
Beelink GT1 Ultimate TV Box Unboxing
As soon as I unsealed the GT1 box, I found the product cool. It comes in a little square shaped box that measures around 96mm x 96mm. This TV box has almost all the connectivity options, including a SPDIF port for speakers, USB, SD card slot, DC power socket, and HDMI. Just like any other TV box, it comes with a remote that can be connected to control the TV’s sound. Now, I find this connectivity procedure a bit challenging because it is the first time that I have used a TV box. However, you are provided with a manual, so you can follow the steps mentioned there. However, you can choose not to use the remote but use your smartphone instead to download the Apps you want.
I am sure this product is a top-performing Android TV box on the market. Unarguably, it has top-notch features and is powered by a powerful S912 Octa-Core ARM 2GHz processor with 3GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. The product presents 4K videos of crisp HDR quality on any latest television set.
The CPU and RAM of Beelink TV box must be taken care of when streaming or playing games, even though the brand claims that the product has been designed with a top-level streaming performance. I like the provided HDMI cable which is something unique because not all TV boxes come with a long cable. Summing up its specs, accessories, and connectivity, I consider it as a compact Android TV Box that comes in an ample RAM and super-duper Octa-Core processor. Theoretically, it can execute any heavy task without any problem.
Beelink TV Box Testing
I tested the product after connecting it to my Smart TV and received a mixed result. To be very honest, I did face some teething issues with the product. Whenever I was switching on the box and was trying to run any app, it kept crashing randomly. I fixed this situation by leaving the box unused for a few minutes after starting up the box. This made me feel upset about the product even though I, later on, realized that this is a fairly common issue with most of the Chinese products. Moreover, it must be kept in my mind that the manufacturer has concentrated on providing high-spec device at a very low price. So the quality is worth the price!
Later, the booting procedure of the Beelink GT1 Ultimate was smooth. I found a Google Play store, settings, and a favorite list of media on the home screen. These settings were very simple and easy to use. I loved getting access to Google Play and installed most of the media Apps including Netflix, YouTube, Gmail, Google Drive, etc. In fact, I installed a weather App and found no issues while running the App.
However, a bit few unpopular Apps might crash and might not work properly. I guess Apps developed by big companies like Facebook, Amazon, Netflix work smoothly in this interface. Its in-built Beelink App store runs smoothly and has a collection of some selected Apps, which facilitates a smooth download process, too!
Theoretically, the Beelink GT1 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM TV Box is a very useful device and comprises of some high-end specifications, that’s compatible for any media, or Google Play Apps. The technology utilized is definitely the future for any Android TV Box and suits the latest smart televisions. To be honest, yes, I did face some issues. But it is true that manufacturing such a high spec ultra-stable Android TV is very difficult. Therefore, as long as you use the in-built Beelink App, it should be all okay. If you are an experienced Android TV box user, you will probably find no difficulty in using this device effectively.
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