Chinese smartphone maker and electronics giant Xiaomi has just launched the latest variant of its Mi TV 4 in China. This variant comes with a 65-inch display panel with near bezel-less design on three sides. According to the specifications of the device, the TV will be able to play 4K content with HDR10 support. The display panel with come with 60Hz refresh rate along with a 178-degree viewing angle, 8-millisecond response time. The company has priced the new TV at RMB 5,999 which is approximately Rs 63,349 at the time of writing and it will go on sale on Xiaomi Mall starting from midnight of October 28. Also Read - Qualcomm introduces Snapdragon 750 5G chipset for mid-range phonesAlso Read - Huawei files patent for another phone with under-display camera
According to a report by Gizchina, the 65-inch TV comes with a body thickness of just about 7.5mm. The body of the TV is made with the help of a stainless steel with the help of a metal wire drawing process. The report claims that this process makes the device more environmentally friendly, corrosion and heat resistant. Diving deeper in the specifications of the device, the 65-inch Mi TV 4 will run on Amlogic Cortex A53 SoC with quad-core CPU, Mali-450 GPU that is clocked at 750MHz. In addition to that, the device also comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. Also Read - Xiaomi launches new 10,000mAh and 20,000mAh Mi PowerBank 3i in India, price starts at Rs 899
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On the software end, similar to other Xiaomi TVs in the market, this version will also come with PatchWall AI voice system. Users can use this system to search the video content that is available for streaming. Xiaomi has also added support for Dolby audio along with DTS dual decoding in the TV.
The TV also sports a pair of 8W stereo speakers for improved sound reproduction. The company did not reveal any details about it or when it is planning to bring the 65-inch variant of the Mi TV 4. This launch comes right before the company announced its latest flagship smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 at a launch event in Beijing.