Xiaomi has launched a new variant of the Mi TV 4S in China and this time it comes with the biggest ever screen on a Xiaomi-made TV that spans 75-inch and supports a resolution of 4K with HDR compatibility. The MI TV 4S 75-inch will be available for an asking price of 7,999 yuan (approx. Rs 81,500).
The superior sibling to the Mi TV 4 Pro, the Mi TV 4S 75-inch will come with a slim metal frame that houses the 75-inch 4K display that has has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a 178-degree viewing angle. For an extensive viewing experience, the Mi TV 4S supports HDR 10 with a 60Hz refresh rate and 8ms response time.
The Xiaomi TV is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Amlogic Cortex-A53 processor and a Mali 450 graphics unit with 2GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage. In terms of connectivity, the TV packs three HDMI ports as well as a port for Ethernet in addition to standard WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. The highlight reel of the Mi TV 4S comes in disguise of the newly improved 8W stereo speaker that supports Dolby and DTS audio.
Another huge upgrade is the new multi-purpose Mi Remote Control that will work with Infrared and Bluetooth to connect to several appliances as well as a regular set-top box. The remote also supports gesture navigation, thanks to Mi Touch replacing the traditional navigation buttons. The remote is paired with a smart AI voice assistant which supports speech recognition for voice control.
Running on the Android-based PatchWall UI, the MI TV 4S sorts and recommends content on a user’s screen according to their preference and watch lists. PatchWall provides users with hundreds of hours of content through several partnering offline and online directories which can be requested with a single voice command that will be fed into the microphone on the TV unit.
The Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 75-inch will be available for an asking price of 7,999 yuan (approx. Rs 81,500) and we’ve yet to hear a word from the company on whether the TV will be made available in India.