The new Mi TV 4 model comes months following Xiaomi brought its 75-inch choice in China. It runs Android-based PatchWall UI and features an ultra-thin metal body that is 7.5mm thick. The new television has Dolby+DTS sound integration and 4K HDR video service. There is additionally an artificial intelligence (AI) backed voice management system.
Contrary to the preceding Xiaomi Mi TV 4 models, the new Mi TV 4 includes a 65-inch fullscreen panel that supports 4K HDR playback. The TV has minimal bezels and a metal body, similar to the other versions in the Mi TV 4 array. Also, it includes a quad-core Cortex-A53 SoC, combined with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of flash storage. The TV includes Dolby+DTS audio decoding support to deliver an enhanced audio experience.
On the software side, the Mi TV 4 65-inch 4K HDR model runs Android operating system with PatchWall UI on top. There’s also an AI-powered voice system which works using the bundled remote control.
The new Mi TV 4 65-inch 4K HDR version is available for buy in China. But, there isn’t any word on its availability in other markets, including India.
Back in May, Xiaomi established the Mi TV 4 75-inch 4K version using AI voice system and 2GB RAM. The 75-inch version culminated in China at CNY 8,999 (approximately Rs. 95,000) and had a thickness of 11.4mm.