Xiaomi’s Mi TV 4C, Mi TV 4S, and Mi TV 4X launched in China; Find out price, features and specs
The Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is killing it in Indian market with back-to-back launches. Xiaomi android phones are one of the most preferred handset among citizens due to it’s low-budget price, good camera and heavy storage. Looks like the company will not be limited to smartphones, as Xiaomi now roots to strengthen it’s foothold in TV models as well. It is being known that, Xiaomi has launched a set of new TVs under Mi series ahead of China event which is scheduled on May 31. These new TV models are Mi TV 4C, Mi TV 4X, and Mi TV 4S at sizes ranging from 32-inch to 55-inch.
Here’s what you need to know about these new TV models of Xiaomi.
As per a BGR report, the Mi TV 4S is the most expensive with a price tage of RMB 3,299 (approximately Rs 35,000). This TV is of 55-inch and features a 64-bit quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of onboard storage. It boasts two 8W speakers with support for Dolby Audio, and H.264/265 decoding.
Mi TV 4X also flaunts a 55-inch design and is priced at RMB 2,799 (approximately Rs 30,000). It features a 64-bit quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, built-in 8GB storage, and two 8W speakers with support for Dolby Audio.
Meanwhile, Mi TV 4S model features a 43-inch display and is priced at lower at RMB 1,799 (approximately Rs 19,100) compared to the above mentioned TVs. It is packed with a 4K Ultra HD display with 8ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate and is powered by a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB built-in storage.
The Mi TV 4C has the lowest screen of 32-inch and would be available at RMB 999 (approximately Rs 10,600). This TV features a HD (1366×768 pixels) panel with 6.5ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate, and 178-degree viewing angle. Apart from this, the report also mentioned, it is packed with a 1.5GHz ARM Advanced multi-core chipset, 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of onboard storage.
The above mentioned Mi TVs are currently available for pre-booking in China. Xiaomi will be hosting a mega anniversary event on May 31 at Shenzhen, China.