Kintus MXQ Pro - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Kintus MXQ Pro

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Video Quality
4K Capable 4K or Ultra-HD is the latest (and highest) screen resolution for TV sets. If you have a 4K TV, you must have a 4K capable TV box or stick in order to stream at the maximum resolution. For reference, 4 ... Show more
Total RAM Random Access Memory, or RAM, determines how much information a device can process simultaneously. You may have heard it in reference to computers or phones. But media streamers have RAM, too, and usu ... Show more
1 GB
Storage Space Measured in GB or TB, storage capacity on a media streamer limits the number of apps, movies, shows and games you can download on your device. More storage comes at a premium price, but may be worth i ... Show more
8 GB
Web Content
Major Apps Available Does the device have some of the most popular apps/channels?
  • Netflix
  • Google Play
  • YouTube
Downloadable Content Some media devices offer the opportunity to download content (rather than stream it) for a quicker experience uninterrupted by buffering. An example of this is Apple TV, which allows users to download ... Show more
Web Browser Some media streamers will come with a web browser that allows you to search the internet on your TV, in addition to the myriad of apps available for download. While an interesting feature, the experie ... Show more
Live TV
Live Broadcasts A TV box or stick that connect to broadcast is key for those who want to watch live TV. Oftentimes, you can pay for a subscription to a TV network’s app (HBO, Starz, CBS, etc.), but this can add up fi ... Show more
Record/Catch-Up TV If the TV box can connect to broadcast TV, you may be able to record live programs and replay past programs within a certain time period. This means no more missing your favorite shows! Set the box to ... Show more
Pause/Rewind Live TV While watching live TV, you may want to pause the program or rewind a part you missed. Some media streamers are limited in how far you can rewind, such as 30 minutes. Also, if you pause the program fo ... Show more
Voice Control A microphone—whether in the remote or on the box/stick—allows the user to control the TV using their voice. You can search for programs, change channels and apps, turn volume up or down, turn power on ... Show more
Smartphone/Tablet Control Some media streamers allow you to control your TV with your smartphone or tablet by downloading an app on your device. The Google Chromcast is one example of a media streamer that does not use a remot ... Show more
Network Connection Type The different network connections available for media streamers includes Ethernet, wireless/Wi-FI, Bluetooth, satellite, aerial/cable, and AirPlay. Most all media streamers will have Wi-Fi. If you hav ... Show more
  • Wired/Ethernet
  • Wireless/Wi-Fi
Device Connection Type The different outputs or device connections include HDMI, digital optical audio output, USB, SD or microSD. TV sticks will connect to your TV through HDMI, but won’t contain any outputs (except for po ... Show more
  • HDMI
  • USB
  • SD
Other Info
  • MXQ Pro is a smart Streaming Media Player with Android 6. 0 OS, powered by Quad core Am logic S905X 64
  • Pre-installed apps such as google play store, Netflix gives you the best viewing experience, 2. 4ghz
  • Penta-Core GPU that can reach speeds of up to 2. 0GHz. OS. Supports Wi-Fi 802. 11 b/g/n wireless WIFI
  • Android 7. 1. Offering thousands of Android applications, bring you much fun & convenience.
  • With Amligic S905X Cortex-A53, it serves as the most professional and high-performance Quad Core CPU
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Device Type Media streamers come in two types: TV sticks or TV boxes. Generally speaking, there are a few main differences between the two. The most obvious one is size. TV sticks are much more unobtrusive becaus ... Show more
TV Box
Other Features
  • CPU: Amlogic S905 Quad-Core Cortex-A53@2.0GHz
  • GPU: Penta-Core Mali-450@600MHz+
Popularity 0-100 scale indicating how frequently people buy the product online. Recalculated daily.
56 / 100
Rank: #255 out of 306.
Model Numbers Mouse over a model for a picture
1 year
Release Date
1 Sep 2018
Physical Features
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1.3 oz
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Accessories Included
  • Charger
  • HDMI Cable
  • Remote Controller
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Key features
  • Android 6.0 OS
  • Quad core Amlogic S905X 64
  • Penta-Core GPU
  • Up to 2.0GHz.OS
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Cortex-A53

Kintus MXQ Pro is a popular and one of the cheapest options. It's in the top 3 bestselling streaming players and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as J-deal S905W or Roku Express+ .

Kintus MXQ Pro was released last year in September. There are more than 5 newer streaming players on the market. Show newer Streaming Players

Kintus MXQ Pro is $27.33 less expensive than an average streaming player ($54.99).

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