As expected, Xiaomi today in China unleashed a couple of products with the Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi 8 SE and Mi 8 explorer edition been the talking points. However, aside from the Mi 8 and the Mi band 3, the brand also updated its Mi TV 4 series with a new model.
Welcome, Xiaomi’s largest LED TV ever, the gorgeous 75-inch Mi TV 4 – a high-end TV that is only about 4.9mm thick, with virtually no bezel, and a modular system that separates the panel from the rest of the components.
It gets a 75-inch display with 4K UHD resolution, and powered by a 64-bit ARM-A53 quad-core processor and coupled with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. In addition to the Patchwall AI system that predicts content based on your pattern of use, the Mi TV 4 75″ model also gets a new integrated voice assistant for which aids navigation through the menu. Also part of the new 75-inch Mi TV 4 is its support for Dolby Audio and DTS HD, so users are sure of a more immersive experience for Dolby and DTS compatible media content.
The TV is priced at RMB 8,999, which amounts to about $1400. We are not sure when the 75-inch Mi TV 4 will go on sale in China and India.