Xiaomi has announced a new Mi TV 4. It measures in at 75-inches, making it one of the largest 4K HDR UHD TVs that the company has ever made (the largest TV it made before this was 65-inches).
The TV also sports a slim form-factor with a total thickness of just 11.4mm. Specs-wise, the Mi TV 4 is powered by a 64-bit ARM A53 CPU, 2GB RAM, and has an internal storage capacity of 32GB. Moreover, the TV also has an integrated voice assistant for easier navigation through its on-board menu. In regards to its audio capabilities, the TV will support Dolby Audio and DTS HD, which guarantees a more immersive experience for Dolby and DTS compatible media content.
The Mi TV 4 is set to retail in China at a really affordable 8999 yuan (~RM5590). It’s unlikely that we’ll be seeing the TV in the near future, seeing that Xiaomi is in no rush to bring its house products out to this side of the world.