Tuesday, 22 January, 2019

Mi TV 4S With 55-inch 4K HDR Display, AI Voice Remote

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The variant comes with a 50-inch display and will be available for the Chinese consumers. It has a 55-inch IPS LCD panel with 4K resolution and HDR compatibility. Pre-registrations have begun and sale will begin on April 3, 2018. The 4K ultra-high-definition screen comes with 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution and, viewing angle of 178-degrees and 50Hz refresh rate. Additionally, it has a dynamic response of 9.5 milliseconds and has direct type backlight.

The processor is the same as the 4A's Amlogic T962 using a quad-core A53 architecture clocked at 1.5GHz and paired with a Mali-450 MP5 (450MHz) GPU, 2+8GB storage options. Connectivity options in the new TV include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2 + LE, USB port, HDMI port, AV port, analogue signal DTMB, and Ethernet. For an extensive viewing experience, the Mi TV 4S supports HDR 10 with a 60Hz refresh rate and 8ms response time. The SmartTV is powered by PatchWall, Xiaomi's very own AI-backed Android TV overlay. It also features deep learning AI technology that can provide content based on your choices. The company touts that the PatchWall interface uses artificial intelligence to predict content preferences based on user's browsing history. The video content can be accessed from the Google Play movies subscription.

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For Chinese customers, the 43-inch model sells at 1,849 Yuan, while the 55-inch model holds a price tag of 2,649 Yuan. On the audio front, the new Mi TV 4S 55-inch offers Dolby and DTS Audio. Another huge upgrade is the new multi-purpose Mi Remote Control that will work with Infrared and Bluetooth to connect to several appliances as well as a regular set-top box.The remote also supports gesture navigation, thanks to Mi Touch replacing the traditional navigation buttons.

In order to keep an affordable price for this model, Xiaomi decided integrate Intel's Kaby Lake Core i7-7700HQ CPU, which is standard on most gaming laptops nowadays, so this can hardly be considered "wild". The 55-inch variant, on the other hand, comes with 2GB of RAM and 8GB internal storage with 4K HDR support.