Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Xiaomi has sold more than 5,00,000 Mi TVs in India since launch


Xiaomi has said that it has sold more than half a million MI TVs in India. The company started selling their TVs in India about 6 months ago. Xiaomi introduced three TVs in India - Mi TV 4 55-inch, Mi TV 4A 32-inch, and Mi TV 4A 43-inch. The 55-inch TV boasts of 4K and HDR 10. The 32-inch TV is an HD ready TV and the 43-inch is a Full HD TV. The Xiaomi TVs are available on Flipkart, Mi.com, and Mi Home stores. 

The 55-inch Mi TV 4 will cost you Rs. 44,999. 
The TV has a 4K VA panel that’s made by Samsung and it also supports HDR. The TV has a 64-bit quad-core Amlogic Cortex-A53 SoC, coupled with Mali-T830 GPU and 2GB of RAM. It has 8GB of built-in storage and has two down firing 8W speakers. The TV runs Android-based PatchWall UI. In our review of the Mi TV 4 we said that for the price the TV is definitely value for money considering the features on offer and the price. 

The panel is great for consuming 4K content and 4K console gaming. However, the audio from the TV could be better and the OS doesn’t have popular services like Amazon Prime Videos and Netflix. Speaking of the other models, the 

Mi TV 4A 43-inch is priced at variant's Rs. 22,999 whereas the 
Mi TV 4A 32-inch variant costs Rs. 13,999. 

Both the TVs are powered by the Amlogic quad-core SoC coupled with 1GB of RAM. Both TVs comes with 8GB of internal storage. Moving away from TVs, Xiaomi recently launched its sub brand Pocophone in India. The Poco F1 is the worlds cheapest smartphone to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 SoC. You can check our in-depth review of the Poco F1 here.

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