On the eve of the 8th Anniversary, Xiaomi has launched a slew of new products. Of course, the Mi 8 was the showstopper but the Xiaomi Mi TV 4 looked equally appealing. The best thing is that Xiaomi is offering a 75-inch variant of the Mi TV and this top of the line offering comes with all the bells and whistles.
The 75-inch Xiaomi Mi TV4 features a 4K UHD display. It is powered by a 64-bit ARM-A53 quad-core processor and coupled with 2GB of RAM. On the storage front, the Mi TV 4 offers 32GB of internal storage. Xiaomi not only seems to have worked on their Patchwall AI but has also come up with a new integrated voice assistant. The Patchwall makes use of movie databases across platforms and will also match it up with the user’s preferences. So next time you have misplaced the remote simply invoke the TV using voice commands. That apart the Xiaomi Mi TV 4 also supports Dolby Audio and dts HD.
The Mi TV 4 is 4.9mm thin and complementing the wafer-thin design is the aluminum frames. Xiaomi has been pretty aggressive when it comes to launching the Mi TV variants. Recently they launched a couple of variants across Mi TV 4C and Mi TV 4A lineup. Moreover, the Mi TV 4 still sticks to the modularity design which means translates to a display that is separated from the sound system and the motherboard.
Xiaomi has also launched the Mi VR Standalone. The new Standalone VR headset is powered by Snapdragon 821 and offers a 2K fast switch screen. One will also be able to play more than 1000 Oculus optimized games.