Xiaomi unveiled four new smart TVs including Mi TV 4C, 4X, and two different sizes of 4S. Other than the 32-inch TV 4C, all displays sport a 4K HDR resolution and budget prices. Their designs are modern and minimal bezels.
The company mostly goes for a simple but aesthetic design for its products, even the cheaper ones can add a fine premium look to your living room. Let’s see what each TV in the lineup has to offer.
Mi TV 4S
Let’s start with the most expensive one in the lot, the higher-end Mi TV 4S features a 55-inch IPS LCD curved display on a metal frame. It has a 4K resolution, a curvature is 4000R, and it runs Xiaomi’s homemade PatchWall UI based on Android.
Under the covers, it has a quad-core 1.5GHz Amlogic Cortex-A53 coupled with 2 GB RAM, and 8 GB native storage. A Mali-450 MP3 runs the GPU department, its AI-powered interface learns user preference and shows curated content based on it. You get an AI voice assistant as well, which can be issued commands via the Bluetooth-enabled Mi Touch remote.
There are two 8W stereo speakers, with Dolby, a Wi-Fi modem and Bluetooth 4.2. It comes in 55-inch (curved) and 43-inch (flat) variants, priced at CNY 3299 (~Rs. 61,000) and CNY 1799 (~Rs. 33,000).
Mi TV 4X
Most of the internal hardware in the Mi TV 4X is similar to the aforementioned Mi TV 4S, this one gets ultra-narrow bezels at a 4K resolution. It runs the same Xiaomi PatchWall UI, on top of Android, and internally it has a 64-bit quadcore processor, 8 GB storage, and 2 GB RAM.
It has a price tag of CNY 2799 (~Rs. 44,000).
Mi TV 4C
Though it was previously available in 43 and 55-inch variants, Xiaomi has now launched a 32-inch version of the Mi TV 4C. This version has an HD (1366 x 768) resolution and viewing angle of 178 degrees. There’s 4 GB internal storage, with 1 GB RAM, and also sports dual 8W speakers. There are two HDMI ports, a 3.5 mm headphones jack, and it weighs just 3.85 kg.
The price is exciting, it comes at a decent price of CNY 999 (~Rs. 18,000).
All of the aforementioned TV’s are now available in China. For now, they can be pre-booked from within the country and will hit the shelves on May 31st.