We\u2019re already after testing, so today, we would like to show you the\u00a0Beelink GT-King review. As most of you remember GT-King TV Box is one of the first TV Boxes equipped with the new Amlogic S922X chipset, and at the moment it is the most powerful TV Box, among the tested TV Boxes. He was hailed by us as \u201cKing of Benchmarks\u201d. How Beelink GT-King fell during other tests, and whether he has any weaknesses, you\u2019ll find out in this review. Together we follow the standard stages of our review. We invite you to read.\nI want to say thanks to Beelink brand (Shenzhen AZW Technology Co., Ltd company)\u00a0for sending us a Beelink GT-King\u00a0to review. Now\u00a0Beelink GT-King Android TV Box\u00a0is\u00a0available on Gearbest for $109.99 with coupon code: GBCNGTKING (200pcs), Geekbuying for $115.99 after coupon: FJKSUUMQ and at official Beelink Amazon stores: Amazon US, Amazon CA,\u00a0Amazon DE, Amazon ES,\u00a0Amazon UK,\u00a0Amazon IT, Amazon FR\n\n\n\n\n\nBeelink GT-King TV Box Specifications:\n\nCPU \u2013 Amlogic S922X hexa-core big.LITTLE processor with 4x Arm Cortex A73 cores @ up to 1.8 GHz, 2x Arm Cortex A53 cores @ 1.9 GHz; 12nm manufacturing process\nGPU \u2013 Arm Mali-G52MP4 @ 846MHz\nSystem Memory \u2013 4GB LPDDR4 RAM\nStorage \u2013 64GB eMMC flash, microSD card slot\nVideo Output \u2013 HDMI 2.1 up to 4K @ 75 Hz, AV port (composite)\nVideo \u2013 AVE-10 engine with 4K UHD H.265\/VP9\/AVS2 video decoding up to 60 fps, Dolby Vision, Advanced HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, and PRIME HDR high-dynamic range support\nAudio \u2013 Digital audio via HDMI, stereo analog audio via 3.5mm AV jack, optical S\/PDIF\nConnectivity \u2013 Gigabit Ethernet, dual-band 802.11 b\/g\/n\/ac 2\u00d72 MIMO WiFi 5, Bluetooth 4.1\nUSB \u2013 2x USB 3.0 ports, 1x USB 2.0 OTG port\nMisc \u2013 Upgrade button, the green LED\nPower Supply \u2013 12V DC \/ 1.5A power barrel jack\nDimensions \u2013 108 x 108 x 15.3 mm\n\nThe box included everything that you need to get started:\n\nBeelink GT-King\nPower Adapter \nHDMI Cable\nRemote Control with air mouse feature\nUser Manual\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThe following video from our YouTube channel where you can take a look at more Beelink GT-King TV Box and bundled accessories.\n\nBeelink GT-King: First impressions, settings, overview of features\nBeelink GT-King is a small TV Box, made solidly, with good quality plastic. On the top cover has an interesting perforation, the \u201cskull\u201d resembles the well-known logo used on Skull Canyon mini PC. After connecting the power supply "skull eyes" glow green. Picture below.\n\n\n\n\n\nAs you know, GT-King TV Box is the first Android TV Box with Amlogic S922X SoC a Quad-core ARM Cortex-A73 + Qual-core ARM Cortex-A53, Mali G52 MP6 GPU, Android 9 OS, DDR4 4G 2800MHz RAM, 3D EMMC 64G ROM. Below you will find photos of PCBA provided to us by Beelink team and interface diagram.\n\n\n\n\n\nWhat interfaces GT-King TV Box has\nOn the front panel is an IR receiver. On one side there is a 2x USB 3.0 port and TF card slot. On the rear panel are DC jack, Gigabit RJ45 Ethernet port, HDMI 2.1, optical S \/ PDIF port and AV port. At the bottom of the device, there are also four rubber pads to prevent shifting, reset hole, and information about the serial number.\n\n\n\nBeelink GT-King comes with 2.4G wireless remote control with an air mouse feature. Voice Remote Control works very well. Recognizes voice commands without any problem. Just press the button with the microphone symbol and say the command. All you have to do is put the USB receiver in the USB port at TV Box. Air mouse works great, makes using the TV Box easier, and works great when playing Fruit Ninja.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nImpressions from the use\nUnfortunately, in the new Beelink GT-King, we will not see a new UI, only old and well-known from previous TV Boxes from Beelink (for example Beelink GT1). Beelink has prepared a competition for a new UI (more here), so we hope that a new UI will appear with the new update.\n\n\n\n\n\nWe can choose typically the resolution of FHD 1920\u00d71080 (1080p 60Hz) but you can also adjust the preferred resolution or set the auto switch. Everything worked stable and very quickly without delays. We had no problem with Ethernet and WiFi connection to the router and to the Internet. Ethernet: Download \u2013 317Mbps Upload \u2013 35.6Mbps, WiFi: Download \u2013 37.4Mbps Upload \u2013 37.6Mbps (WiFi should be faster). In addition to the voice remote control with an air mouse feature, we used a standard keyboard and a gamepad from iPega called iPega PG-9076. The device has 64GB storage, exactly as it is in the specification. TV Box supports DLNA and also Miracast, but you need to install the AirScreen app. If you need to control the TV Box through a smartphone, you can use CetusPlay (Install CetusPlay On TV\/Box app on TV box and open, Install CetusPlay on a smartphone). GT-King, unfortunately, supports Netflix up to 540p (we have installed the Netflix version v4.16.1) and 1080p Youtube (only full HD). Unfortunately, the HBO Go app stopped after starting. For testing, we installed the latest available Kodi 18.2 \u201cLeia\u201d. On GT-King TV Box you can play in games from the Google Play store. We can confidently say that this is an Android TV Box perfect for games. Games run smoothly with maximum settings. Just connect a gamepad or keyboard. We used iPega PG-9076 and played Beach Buggy Racing, Real Racing 3, Asphalt 8, PUBG Mobile and Fruit Ninja via Beelink Voice remote control with an air mouse. Below the screenshots.\n\n\n\nBeelink GT-King: Operating system and components\nThe GT-King TV Box runs on the Android 9.0, Kernel version 4.9.113. The TV Box comes with firmware build number 901K0 (20190508). TV Box is equipped with new Amlogic S922X big.LITTLE processor with 4x Arm Cortex A73 cores @ up to 1.8 GHz, 2x Arm Cortex A53 cores @ 1.7 GHz and GPU Mali-G52, CPU speed between 100MHz and 1.8GHz. On the following screens, you can see exactly the components used and their specification (Information taken from the CPU-Z app, the application does not yet recognize Amlogic S922X SoC). After using the DRM info (app) we know that Beelink GT-King TV Box only supports Google Widevine. The device also has root access. Below screenshots.\n\n\n\nBeelink GT-King: Performance tests and benchmarks\nFor testing, we use the AnTuTu Video Tester 3.0 app and AnTuTu Benchmark 7. 2.0. The result 1095! and one unsupported codec. Video playback by Kodi 18.2 Leia runs almost smoothly and stable. The TV Box without problem seems plays movies with the resolution of 480p,720p, and 1080p (24fps, 30fps, 60fps) and also 4K (60fps) with various codecs videos such as H.264, H.265, MPEG2, MPEG4, RMVB, and audio \u2013 DTS and AC3. Dolby Digital 5.1 passthrough worked fine via HDMI. Also, we tested several video formats \u2013 AVI, MKV, MP4 (typical formats in which it holds the majority of movies), ISO and also videos was played fine. The tested TV Box plays video files in 4K (also 60fps) almost without any major problems. The following table of video samples tested for Kodi 18.2. TV Box also copes well with playing the video on YouTube, videos play only in 1080p. We tried to play VP9 4K video and also runs smoothly.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nTypical 1080p\nKodi 18.2\n\n\nMPEG2 \/ MP2 2.0 \u2013 6.6Mbps\nOK\n\n\nMPEG4 \/ MP3 2.0 \u2013 7.6Mbps\nOK\n\n\nH264 \/ AAC 2.0 \u2013 7.2Mbps\nOK\n\n\nVC1 \/ WMA3 2.0 \u2013 25Mbps\nOK\n\n\nVP8 \/ VORBIS 2.0 \u2013 7.8Mbs\nOK\n\n\nJellyfish 1080p HEVC 10bit \u2013 90Mbps\nOK\n\n\n4K Video\n \n\n\nSintel \u2013 H264 \/ AAC 2.0 \u2013 24fps\nOK\n\n\nBBB Sunflower -H264 \u2013 30fps\nOK\n\n\nBBB Sunflower -H264 \u2013 60fps\nOK\n\n\nHoney Bees \u2013 96fps\nOK\n\n\nSkyfall \u2013 H264 \/ AAC 2.0 \u2013 10Mbps\nOK\n\n\nPuppies Bath \u2013 h264\/AAC 2.0\nOK\n\n\nCinemartin H265\/HEVC\nOK\n\n\nTears of steel \u2013 60fps\nOK\n\n\nHD Club Chimei \u2013 H264 \/ AAC 2.0 \u2013 60Mbps\nOK\n\n\nJellyfish 4k uhd HEVC 10bit \u2013 140Mbps\nOK\n\n\nJellyfish 4k uhd HEVC 10bit \u2013 200\/250\/300\/400Mbps\nAlmost smooth\n\n\nLG Demo \u2013 Istanbul 3840\u00d72160 MP4\/H264 8bit \u2013 116Mbps\nOK\n\n\nSony 4K \u2013 Camp HDR MP4\/HEVC 10bit \u2013 75.8Mbps\nOK\n\n\nDemo Samsung 2014 \u2013 USA Road Trip TS\/HEVC 10bit \u2013 51.4Mbps\nOK\n\n\nSamsung UHD DUBAI TS\/HEVC 10bit \u2013 51Mbps\nOK\n\n\nH.265\/VP9 Video\n \n\n\nTears of steel \u2013 H265-HVEC \/ AAC 2.0 \u2013 15Mbps\nOK\n\n\nYoutube \u2013 VP9 \/ 1080p\nOK\n\n\nVP9 \/ 4k \u2013 Eye of the Storm 4K Ultra HD.webmv\nOK\n\n\nVP9 \/ 4k \u2013 10 Incredible 4K (Ultra HD) Videos.webmv\nOK\n\n\nVP9 \/ 4k \u2013 Australia \u2013 Land Down Under in 4K.webmv\nOK\n\n\n\nBeelink GT-King: Benchmarks\nBelow Benchmark screenshots we were able to do: AnTuTu Benchmark, GeekBench 4, 3D Mark: Ice Storm Extreme, Sling Shot, Sling Shot Extreme, GPUBench, GFXBench Benchmark, Vellamo. GT-King TV Box has the internal memory benchmarks: Read 128.18MB\/s \u2013 Write 106.82MB\/s. RAM copy speed was 2725.64MB\/s.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nBeelink GT-King: Conclusions\n\n\n\n\n\nNew Beelink GT-King is undoubtedly one of the most powerful Android TV Boxes currently available on the market (result in Antutu benchmark). It is well made, has a strong specification based on the new S922X SoC. It copes great with 4K video playback and works very well in games. Beelink GT-King has great potential, but still requires optimization and improvement of minor bugs in operation. We miss a new UI, faster WiFi, support for Youtube 4K (2160p), Netflix HD, and HBO Go. The big advantage is the included voice remote control with an air mouse, which facilitates handling (voice commands) and navigating. Taking into account the specification and features, the current price is not excessive (but the lowest is always welcome :-) ). If you need an efficient and powerful Android TV Box, which also has manufacturer support (available updates) then you should consider buying the new Beelink GT-King TV Box.