e're already after testing, so today, we would like to show you the UGOOS AM6 review.\nAs you know UGOOS AM6 just like the Beelink GT-King was equipped with a powerful Amlogic S922X SoC. Which TV Box with S922X SoC in our opinion is the most powerful and worth recommending? you will learn about this from our review.\nUGOOS AM6 is the new \u201cKing of Benchmarks\u201d, but more on this in our review.\nWe want to say thanks to from UGOOS company (Ugoos Industrial Co., Ltd.) for sending us a UGOOS AM6 to review.\nAvailability and price\nNow UGOOS AM6 Android TV Box is available on Gearbest store for $129.99 and on Geekbuying store for $119.99\n\nUGOOS AM6 Review: Product details\n\n\n\n\n\nAM6 TV Box Specifications:\n\nSoC \u2013 Amlogic S922X hexa-core big.LITTLE processor with 4x Arm Cortex A73 cores, 2x Arm Cortex A53 cores, Arm Mali-G52 MP6 GPU; 12nm manufacturing process\nSystem Memory \u2013 2GB LPDDR4 RAM (3GB\/4GB optional)\nStorage \u2013 16GB eMMC flash (8GB\/32GB optional), micro SD card slot\nVideo Output\n\nHDMI 2.1 up to 4K @ 75 Hz with CEC, HDCP 2.2, HDR support\n3.5mm AV port for composite video (and stereo audio)\n\n\n\n\nVideo \u2013 4K UHD H.265\/VP9\/AVS2 video decoding up to 60 fps\nAudio \u2013 Digital audio via HDMI, analog stereo audio via AV port, S\/PDIF port\nConnectivity \u2013 Gigabit Ethernet, dual band 802.11 b\/g\/n\/ac WiFi 5 MIMO RSDB, Bluetooth 5.0 via Ampak AP6398S module\nUSB \u2013 1x USB 3.0 OTG\/Host port, 3x USB 2.0 ports\nMisc \u2013 IR receiver, IR output port, LED header, 12-pin I\/O header, Wake on LAN function\nPower Supply \u2013 12V\/2A via DC power barrel jack\nDimensions \u2013 13.00 x 12.00 x 2.00 cm\nWeight \u2013 300g\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThe box included everything that you need to get started:\n\nUGOOS AM6 TV Box\nPower Adapter \nHDMI Cable\n2x external antenna\nRemote Control\nUser Manual\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThe following video from our YouTube channel where you can take a look at more UGOOS AM6 TV Box and bundled accessories.\n\n\nUGOOS AM6 Review: First impressions, settings, overview of features\nAM6 TV Box has an aluminum housing (finally). It looks great and stylish. You get the impression that this is a decent device from a higher shelf. The whole is made with great care.\nOn the upper cover there is a characteristic UGOOS logo, and in the middle of it an LED. The front panel has an IR receiver and several holes. The left side has two external antennas and a power button. The right are: AV OUT port, AUX IN port, TF card slot, USB 3.0 \/ OTG port and USB 2.0. On the rear panel are DC jack, Gigabit RJ45 Ethernet port, HDMI 2.1, 2x USB 2.0, optical S \/ PDIF port. At the bottom of the device, there are four rubber pads to prevent shifting, recovery hole, maskrom hole, and information about the serial number and MAC address. TV Box comes with simple remote control (with multitasking button), but without the mouse cursor, known also from previous reviews. Below pictures.\n\n\n\nIn UGOOS AM6 we will not find a typical launcher with arranged features, just like in the smartphone wallpaper on which we place the necessary applications. On the main screen we can display. On the main screen we can also display the status bar (option available in rich UGOOS settings). \n\n\n\n\n\nImpressions from the use\nAfter turning on the device a nice surprise OTA update, a Big Plus!. You can update the device to the latest version without a problem and quickly (v0.0.9).\nWe can choose typically the resolution of\u00a0FHD 1920\u00d71080 (1080p 60Hz)\u00a0but you can\u00a0also\u00a0adjust the\u00a0preferred resolution or set the auto switch. Everything worked stable and very quickly without delays.\u00a0We\u00a0had no problem with Ethernet and WiFi connection to the router and to the Internet. Wifi 2x2 MIMO works really fast. Ethernet: Download \u2013 318Mbps Upload \u2013 31.50Mbps, WiFi: Download \u2013 235Mbps Upload \u2013 31.3Mbps.\u00a0\u00a0In addition to remote control with an air mouse feature, we used a standard keyboard and a gamepad from\u00a0iPega\u00a0called\u00a0iPega PG-9076.\u00a0\nThe device only has 2GB DDR RAM and 16GB eMMC. Despite this, everything works without a problem. However, a specification with 4GB RAM DD4 and at least 32GB eMMC would be expected (64GB eMMC welcome). \nTV Box supports\u00a0DLNA and also Miracast, but you need to install the\u00a0AirScreen\u00a0app.\u00a0AM6 TV Box, unfortunately,\u00a0supports\u00a0Netflix up to 540p\u00a0(we have installed the Netflix version\u00a0v4.16.1) and\u00a01080p Youtube\u00a0(only full HD), but 4K works via YouTube for Android TV. In addition, TV Box has a lot of picture settings (Screen rotation, TV Dolby Vision etc. ). For testing, we installed the latest available\u00a0Kodi 18.3 \u201cLeia\u201d.\u00a0On\u00a0UGOOS AM6 TV Box\u00a0you 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\u00a0iPega PG-9076\u00a0and played\u00a0Beach Buggy Racing, Real Racing 3, Asphalt 9 (nice), PUBG Mobile. \u00a0Below a lot of screenshots.\n\n\n\n\nUGOOS Settings \/ UGOOS features\nAs we mentioned in more than one article, UGOOS devices have additional features - UGOOS Settings. Below is a small overview of UGOOS features.\n\n\n\n\n\nAs you can see the following settings are available: ROOT, File server\/client, Playback settings, Hardware monitor, Wireless Assistant, Gamepad settings, Debug Settings,User scripts, System bar, Input devices settings.\nAs you will see later, you can easily give ROOT acces via ROOT settings. The device supports Samba server, you can share files on a LAN, and also supports NFS and CIFS client. You can easily share folders in Windows 10, or use them via BubbleUPnP app (on smartphone).\n\n\n\nBy setting the Hardware Monitor, we can display and monitor the current state of hardware.\n\n\n\n\n\nWireless Assistant (Fireasy support) allows you to control (via Wifi, Bluetooth) AM6 TV Box via smartphone through Firefly v1.1 applications. Works fine but has limited functionality compared to CetusPlay app. \n\n\n\nGamepad settings allows you to set your preferred gamepad buttons. You can enable debug and display logs, enable and disable the status bar and notification bar display. As you can see, there are many additional settings. You will find these settings in TV Boxes from UGOOS. Other screenshots below.\n\n\n\n\nUGOOS AM6 Review: Operating system and components\nThe UGOOS AM6 TV Box runs on the Android 9.0, Kernel version 4.9.113. The TV Box. As we mentioned earlier, TV Box supports OTA updates. We did the review on the latest V0.0.9 firmware. comes with firmware build number 901K0(20190508). TV Box is equipped with Amlogic S922X big.LITTLE processor with 4x Arm Cortex A73 cores @ up to 2.21 GHz, 2x Arm Cortex A53 cores @ 1.8 GHz and GPU Mali-G52, CPU speed between 100MHz and 2.21GHz. The Beelink GT-King clock speed was up to 1.80Ghz. It is difficult to say whether the CPU-Z app has been updated or whether the AM6 has a more powerful version of the S922X (maybe X922-B), or maybe the UGOOS team has figured out something :-) \nBelow screenshots from CPU-Z app, DRM info app and Root Checker app. As we mentioned, you can enable ROOT Access in UGOOS Settings, and we did it. \n\n\n\nPerformance tests and benchmarks\nFor testing, we\u00a0use the\u00a0AnTuTu\u00a0Video\u00a0Tester\u00a03.0\u00a0app and\u00a0AnTuTu\u00a0Benchmark\u00a07. 2.0.\n\nUGOOS AM6 Review: Video Tests\nAnTuTu\u00a0Benchmark 7. 2.0 the result 1094! and one unsupported codec.\u00a0Video playback by\u00a0Kodi 18.3 Leia runs almost smoothly and stable. The TV Box\u00a0without problem seems\u00a0plays movies\u00a0with\u00a0the resolution of\u00a0480p,720p, and\u00a01080p\u00a0(24fps,\u00a030fps,\u00a060fps)\u00a0and also\u00a04K\u00a0(60fps) with various\u00a0codecs\u00a0videos\u00a0such as\u00a0H.264,\u00a0H.265,\u00a0MPEG2, MPEG4, RMVB, and audio \u2013 DTS and AC3. Dolby Digital 5.1 passthrough worked fine via HDMI. Also, we\u00a0tested\u00a0several\u00a0video\u00a0formats \u2013\u00a0AVI,\u00a0MKV,\u00a0MP4 (typical formats in which it holds the majority of movies), ISO and also\u00a0videos\u00a0was\u00a0played\u00a0fine. The tested\u00a0TV Box\u00a0plays video files in 4K (also 60fps) almost without any major problems. The following table of video samples tested for\u00a0Kodi\u00a018.3. TV Box also copes well with playing the video on YouTube, videos\u00a0play only in\u00a01080p, but 4K video works via YouTube for Android TV.\u00a0We tried to play\u00a0VP9 4K\u00a0video and also runs smoothly.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nVideo Playback via Kodi 18.3\nThe following table of video samples tested for Kodi 18.3. TV Box plays the video on YouTube only in 1080p.\n\n\n\nTypical 1080p\nKodi 18.3\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\nAlmost smooth, sound delays\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\n\nBenchmarks\nAM6 TV Box is the current "King of Benchmarks" with a score of 129638 points. Below Benchmark screenshots we were able to do: AnTuTu Benchmark, GeekBench 4, 3D Mark: Sling Shot Extreme, Sling Shot, GPUBench. For Ice Storm Extreme, the device is too powerful, info: "Your device is too powerful for this test. We recommend using Sling Shot Extreme". AM6 TV Box has the internal memory benchmarks: Read 74.35MB\/s \u2013 Write 50.27MB\/s. RAM copy speed was 3199.59MB\/s.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nUGOOS AM6 Review: Conclusions\n\n\n\n\n\nUGOOS AM6 is above all the most powerful Android TV Box currently. AM6 copes well with 4K video playback, has fast and stable WiFi, gigabyte Ethernet connection, valuable additional UGOOS settings (e.g. SAMBA server), and additionally OTA updates. To fully happiness is missing probably only Netflix HD and Youtube 4K (works via YouTube for Android TV).\u00a0\nSo, if you are looking for a powerful and efficient TV Box with a lot of features, and above all the support of the manufacturer through OTA firmware updates, then you should definitely consider buying UGOOS AM6. Considering the features and potential of the AM6 TV Box, the price does not seem excessive. We recommend an UGOOS AM6 TV Box.