Xiaomi tries to take the budget TV market in India
Everyone knows about Xiaomi’s MiTVs at this point. The devices tend to be on the higher end of the spectrum when it comes to televisions. On top of that, their prices also hover near the affordable side much more than their competitors, making them a great choice. Now they’ve brought more MiTV goodness to India with the Mi LED Smart TV 4A.
The Mi LED Smart TV 4A is the latest of Xiaomi’s budget TV propositions. It comes in two sizes, 43-inch and 32-inch. The Mi LED Smart TV 4A 43 has a 1920×1080 LED backlit panel and a lovely 20W speaker system. There’re also ports galore with three HDMI ports, three USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, AV in and even a headphone jack.
The Mi LED Smart TV 4A 32 is roughly the same, with a few minor differences. This one has a 1366×768 resolution and one less USB port. Both run on Amlogic’s T950 chipset with 4x Cortex-A53 clocked at 1.5GHz and Mali-450 GPU. Along with that, we’ve also got 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. Overall, pretty decent specs for a smart television.
Xiaomi’s Patchwall UI comes with every Mi LED Smart TV 4A and an 11-key Bluetooth remote. There are also built-in applications for popular Indian services like Hotstar, Sony LIV, Voot, Hungama Play and Alt Balaji. So, what’s the price like for both of these Xiaomi TVs?
The Mi TV 4A 43 is gets a pretty nice INR 22,999 ($354), which isn’t all that bad. The Mi TV 4A 32 is however is much more affordable at a mere 13,999 ($216), explaining the fairly low resolution. Both models of the MiTV will go on sale on March 13, 12PM IST. We expect these to sell pretty well for Xiaomi, they’re quite competitively priced. We’ll keep you guys updated in case anything new comes up.