On June 1, Xiaomi TV’s “open door” carnival will be officially opened. If this doesn’t tell you anything, just know that it’s a great chance to get your hands on the Xiaomi TV 5 Pro series for a discounter price. Moreover, during the festival, you will have a limited gift of Xiaoai speakers and other TV accessories.
- Among them, the Xiaomi TV 5 Pro 55-inch arrives on June 1 at a price of 3699 yuan ($518). When buying this variant, you will get a free gift in face of the XiaoAi Small Speaker Play worth of 99 yuan ($14).
- The Xiaomi TV 5 Pro 65-inch arrives on June 1 with a price of 4,999 yuan ($700). Buy it and get a Redmi soundbar worth of 199 yuan ($28).
- And the Xiaomi TV 5 Pro 75-inch arrives on June 1 at a price of 9999 yuan ($1400). Buy it and get a Xiaoai TV stereo worth of 399 yuan ($56).
Xiaomi TV 5 Pro Features
The Xiaomi TV 5 Pro was released on November 5 last year. In Xiaomi’s TV products, it provides the best picture and is considered to be the strongest TV yet. As the top flagship product, the Xiaomi TV 5 Pro has a 4K quantum dot screen, 108% NTSC color gamut, supports HDR10+ high dynamic range, MEMC motion compensation, and many other technologies.
This series TVs come with a 12nm 8K decoding processor. In its turn, the chip inside is accompanied by a 4GB + 64GB storage. The full-screen uses an ultra-thin metal process and comes with a one-piece bending aviation aluminum frame. The TV also adopts a screw-free metal back. The thinnest part is 5.9mm. Of course, it’s still a bit thicker than the 4.9mm Xiaomi TV 4S. But we should admit it’s very slim and looks quite outstanding.
In March of this year, Li Xiaoshuang, general manager of Xiaomi Group’s TV Department, emphasized that according to some statistical data report, the average price of a 75-inch quantum dot TV on the market exceeds 21,500 yuan ($3012). In this sense, the Xiaomi TV 5 Pro 75-inch adheres to the principle of ‘popularization of high-end products’ and comes at a price tag of only 9999 yuan. Like other Xiaomi products, the company hopes that more people can enjoy high-end ultra-large TV making it way cheaper.