The Beelink GT1 is the Company’s First Amlogic S912 Android Box

The Beelink GT1 is officially the first Beelink Android TV box to be powered by the eagerly anticipated octacore Amlogic S912 chipset.

A listing recently popped up on GearBest, unveiling some details about the new Android box.

The Beelink GT1 will run Android 6.0 and feature 2GB DDR3 RAM, 16GB eMMC storage, gigabit Ethernet, dual band b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0.

There’s no info on what it’ll actually look like, with Beelink saying they want to keep it a surprise.

The Amlogic S912 is an interesting chip thanks to it’s ARM bigLITTLE design (4 cores for high performance, 4 for low power) and Mali-T820MP3 GPU which should making a solid chip for multimedia and gaming when coupled with solid firmware.

Inside the box, you’ll get the Beelink GT1 Android TV Box, infrared remote, HDMI cable, power Adapter, and an English manual.

Where to Buy the Beelink GT1

GearBest have listed the Beelink GT1 at $80 though I’m not sure that’s the final pricing.

There’s no availability information yet. However, my sources have suggested it’ll be available late August to early September.

If you want to know when it’s available, GearBest have got an “arrival notice” up so you’ll get an email when it’s available.

Beelink GT1 Technical Specifications

General

Processor AMLogic S912
CPU CPU Octacore ARM Cortex-A53 CPU up to 2 GHz
GPU ARM Mali-T820MP3 GPU up to 750MHz
Operating System Android 6.0 Marshmallow
RAM 2GB DDR3
Storage 16GB eMMC
Other Features IR Sensor

Interfaces

Video Output HDMI 2.0
Composite
Audio Output HDMI 2.0
SP-DIF
Other Interfaces USB 2.0
SD Card Slot

Connectivity

WiFi 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi (2.4GHz/5GHz)
Ethernet 1000Mbps
Bluetooth 4.0

Physical

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6 thoughts on “The Beelink GT1 is the Company’s First Amlogic S912 Android Box”

    • It’s been ages since I’ve seen you around here Saor!

      Yeah, definitely wish they’d move to 2.4GHz but guessing its far cheaper to do. The only company I’ve ever seen include a 2.4GHz remote is WeTek.

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