The H96 Pro Plus is an Android TV box that comes with a S912 CPU and 3GB of RAM.
The S912 CPU is a good mid-range processor, along with the 3GB of RAM make the H96 Pro Plus a good box to use with Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Kodi or other online streaming sources.
*This unit sent to me to review with my honest opinion and results below.
CPU: Amlogic S912 Octa core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU up to 2GHz
RAM: 3GB DDR3
GPU: ARM Mali-T820MP3
Internal Storage: 32GB EMMC
WiFi: Dual Band 802.11ac
The remote control that is included is basic but works well enough.
I always suggest upgrading to a mini wireless keyboard remote control since they make it easier when typing compared to the on-screen keyboard.
Like most Android TV boxes it comes with a SD-card slot to expand storage.
The internal storage is average for a mid-range box at 32GB with adding a SD-card a good option for those who like to store lots videos and music on a unit.
A nice thing about Android 6.0 and above is it allows for the SD-card to expand the internal storage, or be seen as portable storage.
This means the internal 32 GB of storage can be easily be expanded by inserting a SD-Card and setting it up correctly.
The real benefit of the H96 Pro Plus box is having 3 GB of RAM and very good WiFi.
It comes with a lot of Apps installed. Of course, as most know Apps are easily downloaded from the Play Store and very customizable.
The H96 Pro Plus came loaded with a version of Kodi called KDMC which was basically Kodi renamed.
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The H96 PRO PLUS is a nice android TV box and currently a very good low cost option.
The S912 CPU also comes in many other units with varying other hardware such as 1GB and 2GB of RAM versions.
The extra RAM and very good WiFi is what makes the H96 PRO PLUS box stand above other low cost units.
Internal storage at 32GB and expandable with an SD-card or external hard drive is also nice to have.
Of course, the best android TV box is still the Nvidia Shield, but low-cost units are making huge leaps to catch up and definitely worth a look.
It will have no problems running Kodi and streaming 4K ultra HD videos.
I am still testing the unit but will update if anything changes.
As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon or elsewhere to see is a unit is a good pick for you.