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Xiaomi Mi TV 4S with 65-inch 4K HDR, Android 9 Pie launched

30 March 2020 0

Xiaomi has launched a new 65-inch Mi TV 4S smart TV model at its online-only event held last week. It is a TV with a 4K HDR display panel with HDR 10+ support. There are various other hardware specs and features focused on audio and video so that buyers get true entertainment regardless of the content type they choose to watch.

The 65-inch Mi TV 4S sports an IPS display panel with MEMC and 85% NTSC color gamut support. It has bare minimum bezels which result in an immersive viewing experience. There is 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage to help users install their favorite apps and games. Since it is an Android TV, it runs Android 9 Pie out of the box and comes loaded with Google Play Store. It has Dolby Audio and DTS-HD for premium audio output.

There are three HDMI ports, three USB ports, Bluetooth connectivity, and dual-band WiFi (2.4GHz and 5GHz) support. This should allow users to watch all sorts of content, no matter what connectivity option they want to use. It also has in-built Chromecast support that will allow casting phone's content on the TV display including locally stored media files and documents.

Xiaomi has bundled the Mi TV 4S with a voice-controlled remote control. It means users will be able to make use of voice commands to control things like volume level, channels or searching for any particular content. The pricing for the Mi TV 4S has been set at EUR 549 with sales expected to begin soon.


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