The TV has HDMI 2.1 support for 60Hz refresh rate at up to 4K resolution along with a 5ms input lag, claims Xiaomi
Xiaomi has unveiled its new QLED 4K TV in India at a price of Rs 54,999, which is also the company’s first QLED TV in this country. This Premium TV series appears with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels, which is available only in one variant, a lone 55-inch option that supports HDR and Dolby Vision format.
Users must note that this is Xiaomi’s most expensive TV set in India, but its competitors such as TCL and OnePlus selling 4K QLED at a price around Rs 60,000. Hence, Xiaomi is offering the product at a better price with similar specifications.
Now, coming to the specifications the TV has support for numerous HDR formats such as HLG, HDR10, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision. It sports a 55-inch Ultra-HD QLED display coupled with a resolution of 3840×2160-pixels. Being the first TV to operate on the latest Android TV 10, this does not run the Google TV launcher as on the Chromecast with Google TV, but instead runs the stock Android TV launcher.
The TV is powered by a MediaTek MT9611 quad-core chipset and features a 2GB+32GB internal storage. Moreover, the device is equipped with a 30W of sound output via six-speaker system. It has in-built Chromecast and is furnished with the unique quick wake function same as the one on Mi TV 4A Horizon.
This product has support for HDMI eARC and Bluetooth 5 along with two USB ports and three HDMI ports. The latter has HDMI 2.1 support for 60Hz refresh rate at up to 4K resolution along with a 5ms input lag, claims Xiaomi. All these features are impeccable for gaming. While, the remote of the TV is same as its predecessors with fewer buttons and has separate keys for Google Assistant, Amazon Prime, and Netflix.