Xiaomi recently introduced a new gaming-oriented smart TV series in China, which is released under its Redmi sub-brand. Known as the Redmi Gaming TV X Pro, the line-up offers users with high resolution visuals and refresh rates, and is offered in 65-inch and 75-inch sizes.
Despite arriving in different display sizes, both models of the Gaming TV X Pro feature the same specifications. More specifically, the duo packs 4K resolution at 3740 x 2160 pixels, up to 120 Hz refresh rate, 120 Hz MEMC, 94% DCI-P3 wide colour gamut, and 1.07 billion colour display. Their displays are further enhanced by a partitioned backlight, which is said capable of achieving 4096-level brightness adjustment, and supports variable refresh rates that intelligently matches a game’s output frame rate to prevent screen tearing.
Features-wise, the TV comes with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support, as well as an AI-enhanced gaming mode which automatically activates low latency mode (ALLM) and turns off unnecessary functions when a game is detected to be running. There’s also built-in support for Chinese cloud gaming platform Migu Play, which lets gamers stream and play over 40 different video game titles. Chances are, this particular feature will be dropped or replaced with a different service if the Gaming TV X Pro series ever makes its way to markets outside of China.
Meanwhile, powering both the 65-inch and 75-inch models is an unspecified quad-core A83 chip, paired with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. As for interfaces, featured onboard is one HDMI 2.1, two HDMI 2.0, two USB 2.0, an ethernet port, an AV input port, S/PDIF coaxial interface, and an antenna interface.
In China, the Redmi Gaming TV X Pro is priced at CNY 2,999 (~RM 1,962) for the 65-inch variant and CNY 4,299 (~RM 2,812) for the 75-inch. Unfortunately, Xiaomi has not announced any plans to release the new series in other regions just yet.