Xiaomi has been in the market for quite some time now. Moving heavily into the “Jack of all trades” domain, Xiaomi burst into the TV market with its range of Mi LED series of smart TVs which were priced at almost half of the top spec models present at that time, but also embedding the same top-range technology. That was not enough, because Xiaomi followed their range of smart TVs with a range of Google Assistant enabled Android TV-based Mi TV PRO series. Xiaomi has now announced a price cut on their 55-inch Mi LED 4 Pro in the Indian market. The price cut on the TV could indicate that Xiaomi could be bringing in a new model in the market.
The 55-inch Mi LED TV 4 Pro will be available for Rs. 47,999 which is a discount of Rs. 7000. This is the first discount that TV is getting since it was launched in the Indian market. The Xiaomi Mi LED TV 4 Pro 55 sports a 55-inch 4K display with almost zero or no bezels around the frame. Xiaomi calls it the frameless display. The display is the world’s thinnest LED TV which measures up to just 4.9mm at its thinnest edge. The thickest part which gets all the internals is placed at the lower part and it measures 48mm in thickness.
The Mi LED TV 4 Pro 55 is powered by the quad-core Amlogic Cortex A53 chipset which is welded to a Mali-450 MP graphics processor. The TV features 2GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. It also runs PatchWall with Android TV and supports Google Assistant for voice search. Xiaomi has also claimed to have 7,00,000+ hours of content on its platform and is highly credited for making a great user interface.
The Mi LED TV 4 Pro gets a 55-inch display that has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and also supports a 178-degree wide viewing angle. The display has a refresh rate of 60Hz and response time of 8 milliseconds. The TV gets Dolby Audio and sports two 8W speakers. Xiaomi has also equipped the Mi LED TV 4 Pro with two USB 2.0 ports, three HDMI ports, one Ethernet port, one AV port and one S/PDIF port. The TV also supports Bluetooth 4.2 and WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n for connectivity.―Times Now