Xiaomi Shows off New 50-inch 4K HDR TV

Xiaomi has been in the news of late as it is on a launch spree of mobile phones. We just covered the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Max 3, which is set to be unveiled in June this year. Now, we can confirm that the Chinese tech major has unveiled a new 50-inch 4K HDR TV. This is a part of the Mi TV 4A series and follows other size variants including 32 inches, 43 inches, 49 inches, 55 inches as well as 65 inch TV sets.

The all-new Mi TV 4A boasts a 50-inch screen which is capable of providing a 4K display (3840 x 2160 pixels resolution). Onboard is a 178-degree wide angle view as well as the handsome 5000:1 contrast ratio. To take care of all processing necessities, there is a 1.5 GHz quad-core Amlogic L962 Cortex-A53 processor along with the 750MHz Mali-450 MP3 GPU. This CPU and GPU specs will be complemented by 2 GB RAM and 8 GB of internal memory as well.

Xiaomi Mi TV 4A
The new 50-inch Xiaomi Mi TV 4A

This superlative 50 inches 4K HDR TV, the Mi TV 4A, will run on the Android operating system and will also have the MIUI interface. Other connectivity options include the WiFi 802.11 ac (2.4 / 5GHz), Bluetooth 4.2 LE and Mi Port, a total of 3 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, and Ethernet. Also supported is HDR 10 and a lot of video formats like HLG, H.263, H.264, H.265, and MPEG1. Onboard are two 8W speakers for better sound. There is also the DOLBY AUDIO and DTS- HD audio dual decoding support.

The pre-booking of the Xiaomi TV has started in China; sales start from January 19. As of now, the TVs manufactured by Xiaomi are not available in India. The Mobile Indian reports that Xiaomi’s India MD Manu Kumar Jain has stated that the company does plan to enter the Indian domestic market. The 50-inch TV will b a pretty decent bet, we feel. Stay tuned for more updates.

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