Android TV boxes aren’t like other set-top streaming devices, as anyone who’s done a little comparison shopping can tell you. That’s because Android TV, unlike Amazon Fire TV, and Apple TV, isn’t predicated on a top-down development model. It’s a TV entertainment platform based on Android and managed by Google, but distributed among third-party OEMs which are given free reign to tweak, customize, and optimize Android TV as they see fit. As a result, there’s a diversity of set-top boxes from NVIDIA, H96 Brand, and more. Unfortunately, the wealth of choice makes it difficult to sort the good from the bad. Some Android TV boxes — have been discontinued. Others, like the Sharp AN-NP40 and CCC Air Stick, aren’t available in the U.S.
Today you can Download a new firmware file based on Android 9.0 Pie and valid for the TV-Box H96 max plus has a RockChip RK3228 SoC that integrates four ARM Cortex-A53 processors and a Mali-450mp2 GPU compatible with native H video decoding .265 and VP9 up to 4K @ 60fps with support for HLG HDR. We also found 4 GB of DDR4 RAM, 64 GB of eMMc storage memory, WiFi b / g / n (R8723) with internal antenna and Bluetooth 4.0. As connectivity we have a USB 3.0 port, another two USB 2.0, microSD card reader, Gigabit network connector, analog audio and video output and an HDMI 2.0a port.