Tomorrow, Xiaomi will release a new line of TV products dubbed as the Xiaomi TV Master series. Till today, we have been getting information concerning its screen characteristics. But unlike the previous promo materials, today, the manufacturer release one saying these TV products will be packed with the MediaTek chips. Moreover, the second promo teaser showed the TV will aiming at gaming use scenarios. In other words, these TVs have been designed for the next generation of game consoles.
Well, apart from the MediaTek chip and the gaming purpose of this TV, there are other noteworthy features. From those posters, we can see that this new product supports OLED, 120Hz, Gaming, and Dolby Atmos.
Xiaomi TV Master Series Biggest Highlights
Honestly, some other important features of the Xiaomi TV Master Series were announced a day before. That time Lei Jun claimed that the OLED screen is amazing. And as the Master Series TV pursues brighter, richer colors, and higher contrast image quality requirements, they have chosen this display technology. By the way, this is for the first time, when a Xiaomi TV comes with an OLED display. But we should also take into consideration that the cost of a 65-inch OLED screen is almost five times that of an LCD TV. So the price should generally be more than 20,000 yuan ($2831). It is estimated that the Master series is another TV with a price of 19,999 yuan from Xiaomi.
FYI: the largest-screen Xiaomi TV is the Redmi TV Max. This TV is the first 98-inch TV and the largest in the entire Xiaomi ecological chain. It comes with a 19,999 yuan ($2,830) price tag
Apart from this, recently, a Weibo blogger disclosed some features of this high-end Xiaomi OLED TV. He said the Xiaomi TV Master Series supports HDMI 2.1, metal NFC remote control, Dolby Vision + Dolby Atmos, VRR (variable refresh rate) + ALLM (automatic low latency).
However, the most interesting part is the screen. And the Xiaomi TV Master series has all reasons to boast of its display and the viewing experience it can provide. It turns out the Xiaomi TV Master Series supports 4K 120Hz OLED panel, 4K 120Hz MEMC, 4K 120Hz VRR, and 4K 120Hz signal input. The poster showed it will come with a quad-core A73 architecture custom chip. Now, when we know it will come our way from MediaTek and as the chip is relatively powerful, all HDR formats are fully supported!