Xiaomi was recently acknowledged to become a brand among the top sellers in the smart television sector and also, Xiaomi also happened to update its Smart TV line up recently.
So, earlier this year, Xiaomi launched its flagship lineup of smart Televisions. Mainly, the 55′ 4K Mi TV 4 at a whopping price of 40,00/- and also two other smart televisions in the sub 30,000 price bracket. These Televisions were amazingly awesome for the price and now, Xiaomi has updated the lineup with some improvements.
Hey there, this is Pratham here from the TechnoSeekers back again with another article and this time, let’s talk about Smart Televisions. So, without further ado! let’s get started.
Mi TV 4C Pro:
Coming to the Xiaomi MI TV 4C Pro,
It’s the same 32 inches, 1366×768 HD ready tv with 1GB of Ram and 8GB of Storage. It comes with a slightly improved version of Amlogic Cortex A53 quad-core up to 1.5GHz and a Mali-450 MP3 GPU.Coming to the ports, it comes with 2 USB 2.0 ports and 3 HDMI Ports, 1 AV Port, 1 Ethernet and a headphone jack. It supports both Wifi and Bluetooth. In fact, the remote here also works on Bluetooth. So, you’d have no problems with directing the remote anywhere in the room and still, tv would catch the commands.
Moving on the remote, there are not many major updates but the remote now comes with a dedicated Google assistant button. So, you could just press the button and access the google assistant. Now, coming to the software, it still runs Patchwall on top of Android but this time, it’s not an AOSP ROM. This means you will get access to Google’s Play store and can use it to install apps and games. Moving on, the tv still lacks support for Netflix and Prime Video. You could load prime video via the APK but it has it’s own issues and Netflix can be installed but wouldn’t work.
Mi TV 4A Pro:
MI TV 4A Pro 49’: It’s the same MI TV 4C Pro with upgraded Ram and an upgraded display from HD Ready to Full HD + HDR Support.
Mi TV 4 PRO 55’:
MI TV 4 PRO 55’ : The MI TV 4 Pro has some major upgrades. It’s still 55’ Inches 4K HDR panel with it still being 4.9cm slim and it still comes with 2 GB of RAM.
So, where is the upgrade?
Well, the TV now runs Patch wall on Android TV rather than AOSP meaning you get access to the Play Store but the main highlight here is that with the Patchwall can now access Set-top box content. Meaning you’ll need only one remote to control your TV and Set-Top Box. And Remote is similar to the one found on Mi TV 4C and 4A. Well, I am definitely interested in the MI TV 4 Pro 55’ because it’s the cheapest and high-quality 4K HDR smart television running on Android TV.
Would you like to buy one?
Links to them are here:
- Mi TV 4C Pro priced at ₹15,000/-: https://www.mi.com/in/mi-led-smart-tv-4c-32-pro/
- Mi TV 4 Pro priced at ₹30,000/-:https://www.mi.com/in/mi-led-smart-tv-4a-49-pro/
- Mi TV 4 Pro priced at ₹45,000/- :https://www.mi.com/in/mi-led-smart-tv-4-55-pro/
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