Xiaomi launches 55-inch 4K QLED TV
Xiaomi has expanded its range of Mi TV smart TVs with a new 55-inch model based on a QLED matrix with 4K resolution. Among the key features of the device are the presence of HDMI 2.1 ports for game consoles, support for the Dolby Vision standard and an advanced speaker system, represented by six speakers at once.
According to the manufacturer, the QLED-matrix with high color and contrast rates occupies 96% of the area of the front panel of the TV due to the use of thin frames. Xiaomi Mi QLED TV supports HDR10+ and Dolby Vision standards, and also has 100% NTSC color gamut coverage.
The native refresh rate of the matrix is 60 Hz, and when playing content at 24 and 30 fps, the TV uses Reality Flow technology to insert additional frames and smooth the image. When you connect the game console to the TV, it automatically switches to low-latency mode. For the sound quality of the model, six speakers with a total of 30 W with support for Dolby Audio technology are responsible.
Xiaomi Mi QLED TV 4K runs on Android TV operating system with Xiaomi PatchWall 3.0 proprietary shell. There are three HDMI 2.1 ports with eARC support, optical audio output, two USB Type-A, Ethernet, headphone jack, antenna input, and RCA plugs. The TV set comes with a remote control with a Bluetooth module and support for voice commands.
The cost of new items, sales of which will begin on December 21, is $750.