Beelink GT-King Pro a new version with metal box and S922X-H SoC


And we have in stores a new advanced version of the Smart Box Beelink GT-King from which you can read our complete REVIEW. This new box comes under the name of Beelink GT-King Pro and stands out for its new blue metal box with a front LED display, although the main novelty is inside since now we have the powerful SoC Octa Core Amlogic S922X-H that includes Dolby DTS certifications. We also see that at the connector level there is some change with the incorporation of an RS-2323 port, the elimination of the SPDIF audio output although the rest of the specifications remain with respect to the original.

 

SoC, RAM and storage

The Beelink GT-King PRO includes the Amlogic S922X-H SoC, a 12nm Hexa Core with 4 ARM Cortex-A73 processors capable of reaching 1.8Ghz + 2 Cortex-A53 RAM processors that reach 1.9Ghz. The GPU is an ARM Mali-G52 MP6 compatible with OpenGL ES 3.2 and Vulkan 1.0 that allows us to run powerful games like PUBG without problems. At the VPU level we have the Amlogic Video Engine (AVE-10) processor with all kinds of HDR, Dolby Vision, Advanced HDR10, HDR10 +, HLG and PRIME HDR support among others. The RAM is 4GB LPDDR4 and the storage is 64GB eMMc expandable thanks to an SD card reader that we have on one side of the box.

Other features

As for wireless connectivity, the Beelink GT-King PRO has MiCo WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2 with an internal antenna. At the interface level we have 2 USB 3.0 ports, a USB 2.0 OTG port, Gigabit Ethernet connector, RS-2323 port, SPDIF digital audio output, an HDMI 2.1 and a 3.5mm audio jack. In addition we have now integrated an ESS9108 32bit audio DAC for audio enhancement that promises us lossless sound.

Among the accessories we have a remote control with microphone for voice functions and the operating system is Android 9.0.

Price and availability

  • The new Beelink GT-King Pro can be purchased at Gearbest.com for $ 149.99 with shipping included.

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Christian Nyman

The SPDIF is still widely used, so removing that is just stupid. The reason I bought the King and not the Shield was only because of that…