Xiaomi recently launched the Mi Band 3 and Mi Air Purifier 2S in India, along with which it will be launching three new Mi TV variants as well. Xiaomi, the Chinese giant recently launched its 32-inch Mi TV 4C Pro, 49-inch Mi TV 4A Pro, and 55-inch Mi TV 4 Pro, whose prices start at Rs. 14,999.
The TVs have been priced very reasonably wherein the 32-inch Mi TV 4C Pro variant will be available for a decent Rs. 14,999.
On the other hand, the 49-inch Mi TV 4A Pro has been priced at Rs. 23,999 and the 55-inch Mi TV 4 Pro has been priced at Rs. 49,999. The 32 inch Mi TV will be available on a sale on October 10th on Mi.com and Flipkart at 12.00 pm, whereas the 49 inch TV and the 55 inch TV will be available from October 9th onwards, on Mi.com as well as Amazon India.
Xiaomi has upgraded it’s existing 55-inch Mi TV 4, that comes with 4K HDR support, and added a bigger 49-inch Full-HD variant to the Mi TV 4A lineup, along with introducing a new 32-inch Mi TV 4C, which is HD Ready.
This time, user feedback has been taken very seriously by Xiaomi and the new TV models are now Android TV-powered along with Xiaomi’s very own Patchwall UI on top. A button can be used to select either Android TV experience or PatchWall UI experience.
In addition to this, Xiaomi brings Google Play Store to these TVs, along with built-in Chromecast support, and other Google apps.
The new and upgraded Patchwall UI experience will first be available on the new Pro variants, but Xiaomi will soon roll out the same to its previous models (in the upcoming months), starting with the 32-inch and 43-inch Mi TV 4A. Also, these TVs will have Amazon Prime Video facility in the upcoming days.
All the above mentioned Mi TVs have the same internal features, which is an AmLogic 64-bit quad-core chipset along with a 7th-gen imaging technology, a Mali-450 graphics on board. It also brings along other connectivity options, that include three HDMI ports, 2 USB port, an S/PDIF port, along with Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet.