Xiaomi Mi TV 4C, Mi TV 4S, And Mi TV 4X Launched in China: Price, Specifications And More
All the new televisions are available for pre-booking in China, with shipments scheduled to begin May 31 – the day the company is expected to launch its next-gen flagship smartphone, the Mi 8.
After Smartphones, Xiaomi Begins TV Manufacturing in India (image: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi has launched a series of new smart TV models in China. The company has brought out four new Mi TVs in China, the Mi TV 4C, Mi TV 4X, and the Mi TV 4S. All the four TVs range in display sizes from 32 inches to 55 inches, starting at approximately Rs. 10,600 to Rs. 35,100. All TVs run Xiaomi’s Android TV-based proprietary software, PatchWall UI. Here’s what you need to know about these new TV models of Xiaomi.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4C:
The Mi TV 4C features a 32-inch panel with a WXGA resolution of 1366×768 pixels with a price tag of RMB 999 (approximately Rs 10,600). The TV comes with a 178-degree viewing angle, a 6.5ms response time, and a 60Hz refresh rate. Powering the TV is a 1.5GHz ARM Advanced multi-core processor paired with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. For connectivity, the Mi TV 4C supports 2x HDMI ports, 1x AV port, 1x USN port, 1x Ethernet port, S/PDIF, and an analogue signal Digital Terrestrial Multimedia Broadcast (DTMB). Similar to past Mi TV variants, the Mi TV 4C also runs Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI that comes pre-loaded with a slew of app and features.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4S:
Mi TV 4S has been launched in two variants; one is a high-end 55-inch version with a price of Yuan 3299, while the other has a 43-inches display and a price of Yuan 1799. Mi TV 4S in 55-inches flaunts a curved 4K resolution display with 60Hz refresh rate and 178-degree viewing angle. Smart TV also features a 64-bit quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of onboard storage. While 43-inch variant is powered by a quad-core processor clubbed with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage. 43-inches Mi TV 4S has a 4K Ultra HD display as well with 60Hz refresh rate and 178-degree viewing angle. Both the 43-inch and 55-inch variants support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth along with other connectivity options such as 2x HDMI port (3x on the 55-inch variant), 1x AV port, 2x USB ports, 1x Ethernet port, 1x S/PDIF, and an analogue signal DTMB port. On the software front, both the variants run Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI with a slew of pre-loaded features.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4X:
The Mi TV 4X has been launched in a single 55-inch display size with 3840×2160 pixels 4K HDR resolution. It is powered by an Amlogic SoC with a 1.5GHz Cortex-A53 CPU and a 750MHz Mali-450 MP3 GPU. In addition to that, there’s 2GB of RAM and 8GB of built-in storage. The device comes with Dolby audio, while connectivity options include 3x HDMI ports, 2x USB ports, 1x AV Input, and 1x S/PDIF. The all-new 55-inch Mi TV 4X carries a price-tag of 2,799 yuan (around Rs. 29,800).
All the new televisions are available for pre-booking in China, with shipments scheduled to begin May 31 – the day the company is expected to launch its next-gen flagship smartphone, the Mi 8. There’s no word on whether Xiaomi is planning to launch these TVs in India.
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