New firmware for X98H Pro Android 12 TV Box, update 20230106. X98H Pro is an Android 12 TV Box with Allwinner H618 SoC and Dual HDMI (HDMI IN and HDMI OUT). TV Box supports WiFi 6, up to 6K (30fps) H.265 video decoding, and HDR10+ technology. The update is available as a .img file.
Availability and price
The New X98H Pro H618 Android 12 TV Box can be found on Aliexpress for $35.26 (2GB/16GB) and up. The 4GB RAM and 64GB eMMC version is available from $50.52. Besides, X98H Pro Android 12 TV Box can be found on Geekbuying for $39.99 (2GB/16GB) and up.
X98H Pro H618 Android 12 TV Box Features
The X98H Pro is another TV Box powered by the Allwinner H618 SoC. The H618 SoC is a Quad-core Arm Cortex-A53 processor up to 1.5GHz with Arm Mali-G31 MP2 GPU. The chipset supports up to [email protected] H.265, VP9, and H.264 decoding with HDR10/HLG. Unfortunately, it doesn’t support AV1 decoding. Inside we can find 2GB-4GB RAM and 16GB – 64GB eMMC storage. You can use a TF card slot as well as USB 2.0 ports to increase storage. The TV Box runs on Android 12 OS and has a rectangular housing measuring 135 x 95 x 23mm. There was also a large digital LED display on the front panel.
The X98H Pro is equipped with two HDMI 2.0a ports (IN and Out) and an HD switch button to switch the display screen. The TV Box supports Dual-band 802.11ax WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, and Fast Ethernet (10/100Mbps). Among the rich number of ports, in addition to the aforementioned dual HDMI, we can also find 3x USB 2.0, Optical S/PDIF, AV Out port, RJ45, and DC jack.
Firmware for X98H Pro Android 12 TV Box with Allwinner H618 SoC
As we said at the beginning, the firmware update is available as a PC upgrade / .img file version (you must do a PC flash method to update the firmware, use the LiveSuit v1.11 or from an SD card using PhoenixCard v3.09. New firmware for X98H Pro H618 Android 12 TV Box can be downloaded here.
Caution: Please do not update firmware unless you know what you are doing, you really want it or it is absolutely necessary. The firmware update process is done entirely at your own risk. Before attempting to update the firmware, back up your data.
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