Xiaomi launches two new smart TVs, the Mi TV 4A 60-inch and the Mi TV Pro 75-inch. The Mi TV 4A falls on the pocket-friendly side and as can be expected from Xiaomi, the TV will come full with some whopping specs.
The smart TV features a 32-inch landscape display with 1366 x 768 pixels. The maximum resolution supported by the TV is 720p HD. However, the TV is not supporting Full HD 1080p yet.
The Chinese company adds a UI called Xiaomi PatchWall. That can be used to download apps from the Google Play Store and can also connect seamlessly with Chromecast.
Xiaomi Mi 4A 60-inch smart TV
Mi TV 4A uses the Amlogic 950x System on Chip (SoC) with a quad-core CPU equipped with a Mali-450 graphics processor. Furthermore, as for capacity, the TV features 1GB of RAM and 8GB of eMMC storage capacity. The TV supports three HDMI ports, two USB 2.0 ports, 1 ethernet port, and even a regular TV antenna cable port.
In addition, there are still A / V ports (three cables: red, white, yellow) which may be considered old for today's TV sizes. But in all probability, this inclusion was made keeping in mind the buyers who do buy this kind of smart TVs and hoping, that it would give their VCD/ DVD players extra support. The Xiaomi Mi TV 4A 60 inches, final price 1999 yuan.
Xiaomi Mi TV Pro 75-inch
Another smart TV from Xiaomi is the Full-screen TV Pro 75-inch. The smart TV comes equipped with the ninth-generation image quality engine and runs on the T972 chip developed with the help of Amlogic.
The 12nm process chip can increase performance by 63% and decrease power consumption down by 55%. The smart TV is equipped with 2GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage.
The display features an Ultra HD 4K Smart QLED that will make viewing a pleasure. The aspect ratio of this screen is 16:09. The full-screen Mi TV Pro 75-inch is priced at 5999 yuan.