While Samsung led the overall TV segment, Xiaomi was the leader in the smart TV segment with 40 per cent (YoY) growth in 2019.
According to the IDC numbers, the Mi TV line-up has maintained market leadership for six consecutive quarters now.
With a price tag of Rs 29,999 for this 4K TV, it is really hard to pick a deal-breaking shortcoming. There really is nothing, to be honest.
This will sort out the one glaring omission from the Mi TV experience thus far.
The new Mi TV range now includes a 65-inch model and 4K panels expanded to 50-inch and 43-inch models.
Xiaomi is bringing the 65-inch Mi TV alongside a bunch of new products on September 17 as apart of its Smart Living 2020 event.
And that is before the possible discounts on SBI and ICICI Bank credit card payments.
You now have 4K TVs priced below Rs 40,000 and the smart TV platforms are becoming even better to use.
At the moment, the Mi TV range starts at Rs 12,499 for the 32-inch Mi TV 4C Pro.
Japanese company Sony, which makes the very popular Sony Bravia televisions, shipped only 2.10 million units, which is a decline of 16.7 percent.
The latest lineup of Mi TVs are spread across a wide price range, and it remains to be seen if the company eventually brings it to India.
Read this before you invest in Xiaomi's Mi LED TV or the recently launched Mi Soundbar.
In terms of how all this melding of tech feels in the real world, there is one way to describe it—excellent.
These will be available on Flipkart, Amazon and Samsungâ€™s own online store
It is now quite tough to choose between affordable smart TVs, more than ever before.
Xiaomi is offering the all-black, grey and blue colourways in India at the moment.
The Mi Soundbar is certainly an affordable upgrade that your TV might be in the need of.
The Xiaomi Mi LED TV 4X Pro 55 is a 4K TV and supports HDR10 as well.
Xiaomi India chief Manu Kumar Jain has teased â€˜The Bigger Picture' coming from Mi TV India
The price cut from Xiaomi comes in the wake of the Government of India reducing GST on TVs from 28 percent to 18 percent on TVs up to 32 inches. All these new prices can be availed through Xiaomi Mi Homes, Mi.com and official Xiaomi stores across India.
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