Xiaomi will conduct its annual MIJIA conference tomorrow in Beijing. This year’s event could witness the most expensive product launch from Xiaomi under MIJIA. The product in question is expected to be a home laser projection TV called the Mi Laser TV. This product is speculated to be priced at 12,999 Yuan which rounds off to Rs 1,23,087 approximately.
According to a report by GizmoChina, the said product in all probability could be the Mi Laser TV. Accumulating past teasers, the Mi Laser TV is expected to be giant home theatre system offering a display with Full HD resolution. The report also adds that the Mi Laser TV has been listed on Mi Home with the aforementioned price tag of 12,999 Yuan. Xiaomi has also posted a teaser video for its MIJIA event tomorrow. The teaser video features people engaged in different activities but pause at the sight of something extraordinary. The product is however not even slightly revealed, and it still remains a mystery if it is the Mi Laser TV.
Xiaomi’s MIJIA event will be host to the company’s smart home products. Xiaomi had launched its brand MIJIA last summer under which it housed all of its smart home products. Xiaomi’s MIJIA products are particularly very popular in its home country, China and have an assortment of products like smart glasses, smart body scale, smartwatches and more quirky products. ALSO READ: Xiaomi Mi TV 4A series, Powerline Wi-Fi adapter launched: Price, specifications, features
There isn’t much known about the speculated Mi Laser TV but with its expected launch tomorrow, we’ll get to know what Xiaomi has in store for its fans. If the Mi Laser TV does retail at 12,999 Yuan, then it would be the most expensive Xiaomi product till date. The Mi TV 4 with 65-inch display size is currently the most expensive Xiaomi product with a price tag of 9,999 Yuan (Rs 94,680 approximately). Xiaomi had launched the Mi TV 4 earlier this year and is currently exclusive to China. The Mi TV 4 has modular functionalities and is only 4.9mm thick. ALSO READ: Xiaomi Mi TV 4 is modular, thinner than an iPhone and will be available in China only