In honor of its tenth anniversary, Xiaomi held a large-scale presentation, where it showed a lot of new products. Among them are two smart TVs: the 75-inch Mi TV Pro and the 60-inch Mi TV 4A. The first received a completely frameless design, while the second model is interesting with an affordable price tag.
Xiaomi Mi TV Pro 75" is equipped with a 4K display with HDR10 support and is made in an aluminum case with the thinnest frames. According to the manufacturer, the screen occupies 97% of the entire area of the device. Inside the TV there is a Quad-core Amlogic processor with a Mali-G31 MP2 graphics accelerator, 2 GB of RAM, a 32 GB drive and two 8 W speakers with DTS and Dolby Audio surround sound support.
Of the connectors on the TV, there are three HDMI (one with ARC support), two full-sized USB, S/PDIF, and Ethernet. Of the wireless interfaces, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (2.4 + 5 GHz) and Bluetooth are provided.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4A 60" also has a 4K matrix, but without HDR support and with perimeter frames. As for the filling, it is equipped with a Quad-core Amlogic processor with a Mali-450 MP3 graphics accelerator, 2 GB of RAM and an 8 GB drive. In all other respects, the model is similar to the Mi TV Pro 75".
Both TVs come with an intelligent recommendation system called PatchWall, which analyzes user interests and offers content tailored to their preferences. At the same time, the interface is designed in such a way as to provide the fastest possible access to movies, series, and TV shows.
New items will go on sale on April 9. The Mi TV Pro 75" will cost $846, and the Mi TV 4A 60" is priced at $282.