A new smart TV has been officially launched by the Chinese giant: Xiaomi Mi TV 4C. The new TV has been launched in two variants with different specs and obviously different prices. The first version has a monitor with a size of 43 inches that shows images at a Full HD resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. Under the hood, it has a quad core Amlogic T962 processor that is running at a frequency of 1.5 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. The second model has a 55 inch monitor with a 4K resolution and the HDR technology that will provide richer colors.
The most advanced version of Xiaomi Mi TV 4C has the quad core Amlogic T962 SoC as well, but the RAM has been doubled to 2 GB (the internal storage remains 8 GB). These TVs are among the thinnest ones on the market, they are just 0.9 cm thick and they also have very narrow bezels. Thanks to the operating system installed, the devices can connect to the internet and run apps, as well as play media content from external devices. They have WiFi to connect to routers and Bluetooth 4.2 to transfer files with phones and PCs or support the connection of speaker and other Bluetooth devices.
The 43 inch version of Xiaomi Mi TV 4C will have a price tag of 2099 Yuan in China, that is equivalent to about 317 dollars. The 55 inch version will have a price of 3099 Yuan, that is about 468 dollars. Unluckily, we still do not know when they will be available to purchase, and we inform you that they will remain exclusive to Asia as Xiaomi still does not exist in Europe and other continents. In the first period the prices may be discounted to 1849 Yuan for the Full HD model with a 43 inch monitor, and 2649 Yuan for the 4K version.