Xiaomi TV OLED

On May 25, Xiaomi Redmi officially announced the Redmi Smart TV X is real and it is coming to hit the market tomorrow. As you remember, tomorrow, the company will hold a new product launch conference to uncover the Redmi 10X and a few other products. Prior to this, we have heard there will be a large-screen product. And today, the manufacturer confirmed this officially. Anyway, this is not the biggest news we got from the official statement. It turns out the Xiaomi TV will get an OLED variant.

Xiaomi TV OLED

It is reported that the Redmi Smart TV X series uses a 4K ultra-high-definition screen. There is a built-in Xiaoai voice assistant. Through this, the TV can be connected with 2000+ smart devices. So through the Redmi TV, users can control various products at home.

In addition to the Redmi Smart TV X series, there is news that Xiaomi will launch a new category of smart TVs in the third quarter of this year. And the new OLED smart large-screen TV will become the most high-end Xiaomi TV product.

Xiaomi TV OLED

The OLED smart screen TV will use the display panel provided by LG Display. This also means it will be the most expensive device of Xiaomi that users can buy.

Since Huawei launched the smart screen product last year, its advertising-free and novel design features have attracted many users. At present, Huawei intends to introduce smart screen products into entry-level TVs. In other words, the traditional smartphone makers have entered the TV niche and are changing it. This is quite beneficial for regular customers.

At the May 18th Honor Smart Life New Product Launch conference, the Honor Smart Screen X1 series was officially released. This product is equipped with the Honghu 818 smart chip, 8K decoding and color quality, and 4 x 10W surround sound system. The price of 2999 yuan, compared to the previous Huawei smart screen, has dropped a lot, intending to compete with Xiaomi in the entire category.


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