Xiaomi Mi TV 4 75-inch Went on Sale at 8999 Yuan


Xiaomi Mi TV 4 75-inch

Previously, the Xiaomi Mi TV series’ largest screen was 65 inches. Generally, all Mi televisions come with a screen size of 32, 40, 43, 50, and 55 inches but the largest 65 inches. So when on May 31 the manufacturer announced the Xiaomi Mi TV 4 75-inch, everyone was pleasantly surprised. This is the largest Mi TV we have ever seen. But what’s more interesting, the company continues its cost-effective policy. The mentioned model is priced at 8999 yuan ($1408), which is way less than the top-branded models with the same screen size. The only exception can be considered to be the LG models. Well, today our protagonist has gone on sale, and it’s going to sell like a hot cake.

Of course, the highlight of this TV is the large 75-inch screen supporting 4K HDR and providing a giant screen-like viewing experience. It allows you to get a more immersive experience.

The body thickness is 11.4mm. It comes with a gun-colored metal fuselage providing slim and stylish appearance. But do not worry about the build quality and the strength, as the Xiaomi Mi TV 4 75-inch uses a lightweight iron plate as well as an aluminum alloy box frame structure to provide the curvature of large-size TVs.

Like other Mi TVs, the Xiaomi Mi TV 4 75-inch is packed with an Amlogic Cortex A53 quad-core processor with a CPU clock speed of 1.8GHz, Mali-T830 GPU clocked at 750MHz, a 2GB of RAM, and a 32GB of internal storage.

This TV uses a content recommended arrangement algorithm working on AI known as Patchwall. You can use the voice command to search for a certain movie as well as use a fuzzy search option. Say, you can make your search via the following phrase ‘Show me the Oscar-winning movie of this year.’ Another interesting feature, when you are watching a movie, and want to know some info about the actor, you can ask ‘who is he?’ The TV will search for corresponding info on the actor.

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