Xiaomi call themselves a ‘software company’ thanks to MIUI, but there’s no denying that the main thing keeping their momentum high are their Mi-line of devices. Besides making phones, Xiaomi also do tablets, home appliances, luggage, and especially TVs which are what Xiaomi launched earlier today.
The Xiaomi MiTV 4C features very slim bezels and pack some interesting hardware inside, with an Amlogic T962 processor (4 core 1.5GHz A53, Mali 450 750MHz), 2GB DDR4 memory and eMMC5.1 flash memory to the dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2. They can play also Dolby and DTS encoded movies without external players needed.
Specificationally, the MiTV 4C is almost identical to the MiTV 4A. The main difference between the two being that all MiTV 4C models have slimmer bezels at only 0.9cm. The MiTV 4A models had slim bezels too, but they weren’t this slim. Outside of that, they’re practically the exact same device.
The prices start from 2099 Yuan ($317) for the smaller 43-inch model with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. The larger 55-inch model packs a 4K resolution over its sibling’s 1080p and has an extra gig of RAM, bumping the cost to 3099 yuan ($468).