As an appetizer for this September 24, the day that Xiaomi will announce to the world its new range of Mi TV Pro TVs , the firm has presented four new televisions that in addition to covering from 40 to 65 inches, Integrate compatibility with Data Saver Android TV .
This time it was Manu Kimar Jain who introduced the new 65, 50 and 43-inch Xiaomi Mi TV 4X in India, as well as a new 40-inch Mi TV 4A . All of them adapted to the international market including this time the long-awaited support for Netflix .
Xiaomi Mi TV 4X 65, the most advanced of the four
This new range arrives headed by the Xiaomi Mi TV 4X of 64 inches. A new TV that offers 40% more screen area compared to other conventional 55-inch models. And, thanks to its innovative design with extremely thin bezels and Vivid Color Engine technology, it offers us a great immersive experience with much brighter colors.
Its 65-inch panel is UHD resolution , that is 4K. It has extended dynamic range HDR10 being compatible with Netflix HDR10 mode, as well as Dolby Audio and DTS HD audio technologies. Xiaomi Mi TV 4X 65 will go on sale in India on September 29 , starting at a price of only 695 euros ($ 765)
Xiaomi Mi TV 4X 43/50 and Mi TV 4A 40
Along with the 65-inch model, the 43 and 50-inch Mi TV 4X were also presented. Both with the same characteristics of the Mi TV 4X 65, incorporating a 4K panel with HDR10 and 20W speakers.
Likewise, it has been in India where the international model of the well-known Xiaomi Mi TV 4A of 40 inches has been released . An economically priced TV that features a FullHD screen and a 20W speaker set.
Like the 65-inch model, these new Xiaomi Mi TV 4X 43, Mi TV 4X 50 and Mi TV 4A 40 will be released on September 29 . Its price will be 378 euros ($ 417), 315 euros (€ 348) and 226 euros ($ 250) respectively.
The first to incorporate Data Saver Android TV
This new range of televisions has been the first to release the new Data Saver Android TV worldwide . A system capable of saving data in our contracted rate when viewing multimedia content on demand.
Specifically, this Google technology is able to compress the displayed content, allowing us to visualize up to three times more content in relation to what we would consume without it. An attractive system not only when managing our data rate, but when it comes to congesting our internet connection to a lesser extent.
More information at: Mi.com/in/