Xiaomi has announced the Mi TV 4S. It is a 55-inch 4K HDR TV priced at EUR 549 which translates to roughly Rs 45,800 directly converted. Speaking of the specifications of the TV, it has a 65-inch 4K panel with support for HDR 10+ but no support for Dolby Vision. It also boasts of MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) technology for motion smoothing. The TV is powered by the MediaTek 6886 quad-core processor and also has the Mali 470 MP3 GPU. The TV also boasts of 2GB RAM along with 16GB of built-in storage. The TV runs on Android TV 9 out of the box along with support for popular streaming services. Since the TV runs on Android TV, it also comes with it Chromecast built-in.
For connectivity, the 65-inch Mi TV 4S has 3 HDMI ports, 3 USB ports and supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz broadband connectivity. It also comes with a voice-enabled remote control to give you easy access to the Google Assistant. For audio, the TV has two 10W speakers. Under the 4S umbrella, Xiaomi already has TV available in 43, 55, and 75-inch screen sizes.
In India, the Xiaomi Mi TV 4X is available in 65-inch screen size in addition to 40-inch, 43-inch, and 50-inches. The TV has 4K and HDR support. You can read more about the Mi TV 4X here.
We have seen the launch of a number of budget 4K HDR TVs in India. We recently saw Kodak launch a range of TVs that run on Android TV and come with support for Dolby Vision. You can read more about it here. Nokia has also confirmed that a 43-inch version of its 55-inch TV is available in India. You can read more about the 43-inch Nokia TV here.