Xiaomi since its advent in the Indian market has attracted millions of people with its cheap yet powerful smartphones and other helpful products. The Chinese manufacturer is again set to bring a revolution in the TV industry. The Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Smart TV is confirmed officially to be released on 7th March in the Indian market. If you wish to upgrade your TV than this might be a perfect choice for you.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4A: Design And Display
The Xiaomi Mi TV 4A will be available in 32-inch and 43-inch size variant. These TV’s will be the cheapest option that the company offers. The 32-inch variant will sport an HD panel with 1366 x 768 pixels resolution.
As far as IPS capabilities are concerned the device has a 178-degree viewing angle coupled with a 6.5ms Dynamic response and a 3000:1 contrast ratio. On the other hand, the 43-inch variant will sport a Full HD (1920 x 1080p) resolution display. An exact same 178-degree viewing angle and a 3000:1 contrast ratio.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4A: Processing Power
Since the Xiaomi Mi TV 4A is a smart TV it hides some mediocre hardware. The TV runs on an Android-based PatchWall OS. The 32-inch variant is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Amlogic 962 processor coupled with 1GB RAM and 4GB internal storage.
On the other hand, the 42-inch Xiaomi Mi TV 4A variant is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Amlogic 962 processor and a Mali 450 MP5 GPU coupled with 2GB RAM and 8GB internal storage.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4A: Connectivity And Pricing
For connectivity, Xiaomi Mi TV 4A 32-inch gets WiFi, dual HDMI ports, AV, USB 2.0, an ethernet port and a normal 3 Pin connector. The 32-inch variant lacks Bluetooth. While the 42-inch variant offers WiFi, Bluetooth, dual HDMI, dual USB 2.0, HDMI, as well as Ethernet ports.
The later would be much better as it supports HDR 10 capability and Bluetooth. Both these TV’s will be launched on 7 the march with an estimated price tag of about INR 12,999 for the 32-inch variant and INR 21,999 for the 42-inch variant.
What TV would you prefer, a Smart one or a Normal one, do let us know in the comments down below.
Edited by Atish Rajasekharan