Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Series has 43-inches variant measures 970mm in length and 569 mm in height, without the stand. With the stand, it measures 613mm in height.
Xiaomi has launched its Mi TV 4A series in India, which will include its 32-inch and 43-inch screen size models. This comes just weeks after the company unveiled the 55-inch model. These models will be available from March 13 onwards on Flipkart, Mi and Mi Home stores.
The launch offer has the 32-inch model priced at Rs.13,999, a discount of 12% from the listed price of Rs.15,999. The 43-inch model will be available for Rs.22,999.
The model is powered by the company’s proprietary Patchwall OS, which is based on Android TV. The LED display panel has a full HD resolution, of 1920×1080 pixels, with a refresh rate of 60Hz and 178 degrees viewing angles.
The 43-inches variant measures 970mm in length and 569 mm in height, without the stand. With the stand, it measures 613mm in height. The weight of the TV is 7.37kgs. Two base stands come in the box, for both the variants.
Xiaomi’s Mi TV 4A is powered by a 64-bit Amlogic quad-core SoC and comes with 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage. In addition to two 10W stereo speakers, the gadget also supports Dolby and DTS Audio technology. These speakers have been specially tuned for Indian customers. Connectivity options include 3 HDMI ports, 3 USB ports, Wi-Fi, 1 Ethernet and 1 Headphone jack options. The model will support both tabletop and wall mounting.
Like the 43-inches variant, this one too has the company’s Patchwall OS. Although this model doesn’t support a full HD resolution display, other features are the same, including LED Display, 178 degrees viewing angles and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. The model comes with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. In terms of graphics, it has a Mali-450 MP3 GPU coupled with 1GB RAM and 4GB internal storage. This TV model is also powered by the same 64-bit quad-core processor as the 43-inch one.
This 32-inch TV measures 733mm in length and 435mm in height, without the stand. The television weighs 3.9kgs without the stand. Connectivity options include 2 USB ports, 3 HDMI ports, 1AV port, 1 Ethernet, 1 earphone out and support for Wi-Fi. It also has two 10W stereo speakers.
Both the variants having the ‘Patchwall’ system brings content from over 15 different content partners in almost 12 different regional languages. Xiaomi is focusing on more regional content to reach a wider consumer base. The company is taking content from sources like Hungama, YouTube and Sab TV. But it doesn’t yet have access to Netflix and Amazon Prime. The ‘Patchwall’ system is claimed to give over 5,00,000 hours of content, with over 80% of it being free. The model supports most set-top boxes for the remote-control feature.