By August 22nd, 2021, Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75 will be on sale in Russia. Xiaomi has been rapidly expanding and developing over the last few years. As a result of Huawei’s departure, the business has risen to the top of the smartphone industry, sometimes even catching up to Samsung in terms of sales.
Xiaomi recognizes that low-cost smartphones and other products may win consumers’ hearts for a short period, but they will not make money. As a result, the corporation is trying hard to improve its image. The Mi 11 Ultra, the company’s ultimate flagship, and the Mi Mix Fold, a smartphone with a flexible screen, were both unveiled this year. The internal brand Redmi and the independent brand POCO are totally in charge of low-cost smartphones.
The same is expected to happen with televisions. Only luxury products will be produced under the Xiaomi brand, while all low-cost and, to be honest, cheap versions will be manufactured under the Redmi brand.
At the very least, the new Mi TV P1 43-inch announcement suggests such a conclusion. We’re used to Xiaomi 43-inch TVs costing between 27 and 28 thousand rubles. The Mi TV P1 already costs $34,000, but it also includes more features (frameless design, 4K, Dolby Vision, and HDR10 Plus, for example). By the way, a review of this television will be published soon.
The Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75 is the company’s flagship television. Xiaomi is unlikely to expect a large number of sales. Still, buyers should be given some time to adjust, or else the price surge up to 150 tr will be too steep. As a result, Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75 is a bold declaration of intent that will appeal to an affluent class of mi-fans.
Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 tech specs
On the other hand, the new Mi Q1 75-inch QLED TV is a completely different animal, and it can compete with Sony and LG in terms of quality. The new HDR 10 +Dolby Vision and 120hz display capabilities are powered by a QLED display, which has brilliant colors, rich blacks, and smart TV features.
This TV has a better build quality and, depending on how you look at it, is relatively skinny. The entire Xiaomi Mi Q1 TV screen comprises a display panel and a back housing that is 4cm thick at its thinnest point. There is a tiny bulge near the center to accommodate additional electronic components. Xiaomi hasn’t yet reached iMac-like thinness, but there’s a lot going on behind the scenes of this 75-inch display.
Three HDMI ports, two USB 2.0 connections, a LAN/Ethernet port, an optical port, and one AV input are included. Because these ports are on the left side of the box, using them with the TV hung on the wall was no problem. Given the TV’s relatively huge size,
When you turn on the TV for the first time, you’ll notice that it’s no longer the 55-inch Xiaomi TV. The colors are brilliant, the blacks are deep, and the viewing angle issue is no longer an issue. This TV competes with, and in some ways outperforms, the LG C6 OLED. Of fact, the C6 isn’t new, but it is a fantastic television that has raised the standard considerably.