Mi Fan festival 2020 is finally here and things were at fever-pitch as Xiaomi unveiled a lineup of new products. After unveiling a Redmi Band. The Chinese manufacturer also unveiled new TVs. Top on the list is two very new smart TV’s that include a 60-inch version of the MI TV 4A launched last year. And a 75 Inch full-screen beast of the Xiaomi TV Pro promising unmatched visual experience.
Build with Love
The Xiaomi Mi TV Pro 75-inch officially takes the reigns from it’s 43, 55 and 65-inch predecessors. These were unveiled in September 2019. Xiaomi FUll Screen Mi TV Pro 75-inch now joins the rank of the company’s premium offerings in the home entertainment line-up. The TV Pro is built with love and build to last with aluminum alloy.
Xiaomi Mi TV Pro 75-Inch Specifications
Xiaomi Mi TV Pro 75-inch doesn’t disappoint when it comes to specifications. The design is so visually appealing thanks to its large screen-to-body ratio that stands at 97 percent. It is a result of the Xiaomi designer’s deliberate decision to narrow the bezels creating a masterpiece. The frame at the center is constructed out of aluminum and comes with a sturdy metal base plate.
Under the hood, the Xiaomi Mi TV Pro 75-inch is equipped with a 64-bit quad-core chipset clocked at 1.9 GHz. It is a custom-made FinFET 12nm and is engineered for high computing efficiency. Low-power consumption according to the company. The processor chip is matched with a 2GB RAM and 32GB storage. This TV is powered by the Patchwall OS and will be shipped with multiple streaming and VOD services such as Youku, Tencent Video and iQiyi.
Other highlights of this model include full IoT support to connect, command and control compatible smart devices, XiaoAi A.I. Assistant, Dobly Audio, and voice commands. The main screen is a 4K panel with an embedded processor capable of running 8K content. To acquire one you will have to part with a cool CNY 5999 or approximately $846.
Mi TV 4A Upgraded
As mentioned earlier, the 60 inch variant of the Mi TV 4A was also launched in the Mi Fan Festival, it’s an upgrade of the Mi TV 4A model that’s been in the market for a while now. This version comes with a 4K LCD display, XiaoAI Assistant, 64-bit amlogic CPU, 2GB RAM, and 16GB storage, Patchwall OS and it sports thin bezels too.
The Mi TV 4A 60-inch will cost CNY 1999 or $281. If you’re tight on cash then you might want to consider the rather dated Mi TV 4A 58-inches which is priced at CNY1599 or $225