A95X MiniQ ultra cheap range with Android 9 and RK3228A SoC

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Today we find a new box of the cheapest range called A95X MiniQ that surprises us by the inclusion of a new low-priced Rockchip RK3228A SoC with Android 9.0. This SoC is a version of the RK3229, a product with long time in the market but not been very popular among assemblers, although perhaps with the update to Android 9.0 we will see it more in some TV-Boxes. About this new Box we can say little, a basic configuration for those looking for a media player without great aspirations and do not want to spend more than $20.

SoC, RAM and storage

The A95X MiniQ TV-Box has as its brain the RK3228A SoC that has four ARM Cortex-A7 processors that reach 1.5Ghz and a Mali-400 GPU that includes native H.265 and VP9 video decoding up to 4K@60fps with support for HLG HDR10. It also includes 2 GB of DDR3 RAM and 16 GB of eMMc storage memory that we can expand by adding some memory device to any of the USB ports it includes.

Connectivity and other features

At the level of wireless connections we only have WiFi b/g/n with internal antenna with no Bluetooth. As ports we have a basic set with two USB 2.0, 10/100 network connector, analog AV jack and an HDMI 2.0 port. With this TV-Box is included remember a remote control and its operating system is Android 9.0.

Price and availability

  • The A95X MiniQ TV-Box can be purchased at Gearbest.com for only $19.69 (€18.02) with free shipping.

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on the other site rk3228A has mali-400MP. and no difference between rk3229

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Never can find any detail of this RK3228A , does it even exist?

No details on Rockchip site about it.

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