Xiaomi has announced its new Mi Full Screen TV series in China. The new televisions sport a 4K panel but also support 8K video playback. The new Xiaomi Mi Full Screen TV comes in 65, 55 and 45-inch variants.
Xiaomi recently introduced the Mi TV 4X series of televisions in India, along with the Mi Smart Band 4 and a Smart Water Purifier. Now, the company has announced a new Mi Full Screen TV Pro TV in China, which comes in 43-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch models. The new TV by the company comes with a 4K display that is equipped in a metal frame. It sports thin bezels all around and Xiaomi claims that its new TV features a screen to body ratio of 97 percent.
The Mi Full Screen TV Pro series features a thin bezel design and its frame is built out of aluminium alloy. It features a carbon fibre pattern on the rear, which is rather similar to the upcoming OnePlus TV. The TV is powered by a 12nm Amlogic T972 chip that has been developed in partnership by Xiaomi and Amlogic. The chip sports four A55 cores that can clock speeds of up to 1.9GHz and is said to offer increased performance by 63 percent and reduce power consumption by 55 percent. While the new Mi Full Screen TV Pro is equipped with a 4K display panel, it supports 8K video playback as well.
All variants of the Mi Full Screen TV Pro come equipped with 2GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The device runs the company’s proprietary PatchWall OS and comes integrated with the XiaoAI digital assistant. Connectivity options on the device include three HDMI ports, two USB ports, an ethernet port, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. For audio needs, the new Mi TV sports stereo speakers that support Dolby Audio and DTS Audio.
The 43-inch variant of the Mi Full Screen TV Pro is priced at 1499 yuan (Rs 14,950 approx). The 55-inch and 65-inch models of the TV sport a price tag of 2399 yuan (Rs 23,880 approx) and 3399 yuan (Rs 33,835 approx). It will go on sale in China at 6PM from September 27. There is no information on whether the company will be bringing this new line of televisions to India.
|Release Date:||17 Sep 2019|