Xiaomi unveiled the Mi TV 3S today in China that will be available in two sizes – 55-inch and 65-inch. Both variants come with 4K resolution along with HDR support and are priced at RMB 3,500 ($525) and RMB 5,000 ($750) respectively. The 55-inch TV sources its panels from LG while the 65-inch ones from Samsung.
The Xiaomi Mi TV 3S TVs is 9.9mm thick at its thinnest and 37.6mm at its thickest and come with Aluminium body with gold diamond-cut sides and a brushed aluminum back.
The TVs are powered by a 64-bit Amlogic T966 processor that feature four quad-core Cortex-A53 processor on the inside along with Mali-T830 (2+2) GPU coupled with 2GB of RAM and 8GB internal storage.
You also get Wi-Fi 802.11ac and H.265 video is decoded at up to 4K @ 60fps for streaming video. For audio, the TVs come with four speakers including a soundbar,Dolby Atmos support and DTS hardware-level decoding support.
The Xiaomi Mi TV 3S also comes with an AI-based movie recommendation engine called Mi Brain – that features apps for various streaming services based out of China and uses machine learning.
The Mi TV 3S Home Theatre Edition comes with two 2.25-inch rear surround speakers, a soundbar, and a subwoofer along with the 65-inch TV, priced at RMB 5,999.
Alongside the Mi TV 3S, Xiaomi also unveiled the much-awaited Mi 5s and 5s Plus that run on Snapdragon 821 SoC. Both the phones are available in two variants – one with 3GB RAM and 64GB storage and the other one with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage capacity.
The Xiaomi 5s is priced at RMB 1,999 ($300) for the 3GB/64GB variant while the 4GB/128GB version costs RMB 2,299 ($345). On the other hand, the Xiaomi 5s Plus 4GB/64GB variant is available for RMB 2,299 ($345) while the 6GB/128GB version will set you back by RMB 2,599 ($390). You can check out our Xiaomi 5s and 5s Plus launch coverage with detailed specifications and other features here.