Xiaomi Mi LED Smart TV 4 to go on sale today at 12PM via Flipkart, Mi.com and Mi Home stores: Price, offers and everything else you need to know

The Mi LED Smart TV 4 is an ultra-thin television which measures 4.9mm thin and features a 55-inch 4K display capable of playing HDR content.

Published Date
27 - Feb - 2018
| Last Updated
27 - Feb - 2018
Xiaomi Mi LED Smart TV 4 to go on sale today at 12PM via Flipkart...

Xiaomi’s first television offering in India, the Mi LED Smart TV 4, will be up for sale again today at 12PM via Flipkart and mi.com. It will also be available offline from Mi Stores, given that it’s in stock. This is the device’s second flash sale and you can expect it to go out of stock soon. The company claims that during its first sale on February 22, the TV was sold out under ten seconds. 

Mi LED Smart TV 4 price and launch offers:

Xiaomi has priced the The Mi TV 4 very competitively in India at Rs. 39,999. As launch offers, the company is offering the Mi IR Cable worth Rs 299 for free with the device along with a three months free subscription to Sony Liv, Hungama Play, and free onsite installation of the TV. 

Mi LED Smart TV 4 specs:

The Mi LED Smart TV 4 sports a 55-inch 4K HDR display and features a slim, thin-bezel design. The device is equipped with 2GB RAM with 8GB of internal storage and runs on Xiaomi’s own PatchWall OS, which is a fork of Android. The Google Play Store is not featured on the TV. 

The Mi TVWhere to buy 39999 is powered by an 64 bit Amlogic Quad-core CPU with Mali T830 GPU  and boasts of Dolby+DTS Cinema audio quality. It offers a smarter set-top box experience with localised content in 15 Indic languages. 

In terms of connectivity options it supports dual band Wi Fi, 3 HDMI ports (1 ARC), Bluetooth 4.0, 1 USB 3.0 port and 1 USB 2.0 port. You can read our review of the Mi LED Smart TV 4 here. The TV is quite slim measuring just 4.9mm thin and comes with the option of being placed on two legs stands or it can be wall mounted. Click here to buy. 

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