Xiaomi announced that it will be launching several new products this month. Come 20 May, the brand is expected to unveil its Mi and Redmi series smartphones, but more importantly, it will also be unveiling its new range of 4K Smart TVs, the Mi TV Q1 75-inch and P1 55-inch.
First announced back in February this year, evidence of the Mi TV Q1’s imminent arrival was first discovered within the SIRIM database, which received approval on 21 April. Specs-wise, the 4K TV uses a 75-inch QLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, and is powered by a MediaTek MT9611 SoC and 2GB RAM.
Connectivity-wise, the TV comes with two HDMI 2.0 ports, one HDMI 2.1 eARC port, a LAN port, AV inputs, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity as well.
There’s also the Mi TV P1, which is the latest addition to the brand’s 4K TV lineup. As its title suggest, the TV has a 55-inch, borderless, 4K UHD display. Unlike the Q1, however, the P1’s refresh rate is rated at a standard 60Hz, but it does support Dolby Vision and HDR10+. Oh, and it also has a DCI-P3 colour accuracy of 94%, and a form of anti-tearing technology.
In terms of audio, the P1 had dual 10W speakers that Xiaomi says can deliver a “rich, clear, multi-layered” audio experience. Additionally, the TV is also powered by the same MediaTek MT9611 chipset used in the Q1.
(Additional sources: Amanz)