Runs on Android 8.1
MX10 is at the moment one of the first TV Boxes which runs on Android 8.1 an update to Oreo that showcases more ways to express yourself, along with a handful of other sweet features and improvements to stability as well as performance.
Loaded with Rockchip RK3328
MX10 is one of the first models that comes equipped with Rockchip RK3328, the latest Rockchip SoC unveiled in the Janurary CES. With the latest RK3328 SoC loaded, MX10 will be able to play 4K videos with H.265, H.264 and VP9 codecs, other than that, it features HDR, HDMI 2.0, USB 3.0 to say a few.
4GB DDR3 RAM, eMMC 64GB
It boasts DDR3 4GB RAM, and eMMC 64GB, advantageous in performance, security and reliability, ascribing to the eMMC memory, ultimately delivering a richer end-user experience.
HDMI 2.0 Connector
You can go directly to let your TV and MX10 TV Box are connected through an HDMI cable and set up your home cinema for the best 4K x 2K UHD multimedia experience.
True 4K Media Player
While your average media box might only accept 1080P video playback, this gadget plays just about any 4K sources you could throw at it. Furthermore, it moves out into reality the fantasy of VP9 hardware decoding alongside the H.265.
Access to KODI 18 and More
Like any Android based media players, aside from the preinstalled KODI 18, it brings full access to Google Play Store apps like Neflix, Vudu, Skype, Picasa, Flicker, Youtube, Facebook, etc.
OS: Android 8.1
WiFi: 2.4G WIFI, 802.11 b/g/n
Decoder format: 4K VP9 Video decoder, H.265/H.264 video decoder, 1080P other video decoders (VC-1, MPEG-1/2/4, VP6/8)
|Interface||USB host: 1* USB 3.0, 3*USB 2.0
Card reader: SD cards
LAN:: 10/100 standard RJ-45
HDMI: HDMI 2.0a for 4k@60Hz
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