Xiaomi announced Mi Lux TV, it is actually available to consumers in China from August 16.
The display on this Xiaomi TV is strikingly similar to the LG 55EW5F-A that is sold for $18,750. It matches the specifications quite well and it could be the same exact panel Xiaomi is using on this TV. However, Xiaomi explained that they have become the world’s first mass mass producer of transparent OLED Tvs
Mi Lux sports a 55 inch transparent OLED that Xiaomi says is 5.7 mm thin, typical of OLED displays. They also say that the OLED display runs at 120Hz, which is surprisingly uncommon. This means that it will be great for gaming at high frame rates.
Xiaomi claims that the TV has a 150,000:1 contrast ratio and rich blacks that are typical of OLEDs. The screen is a 10 bit panel that supports 93% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. The disappointing thing is that it is only a 1080p panel at a time when 4K panels are all the rage.
Also, TV is powered by the MediaTek 9650 custom made TV chip it has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
Later, Xiaomi has taken the wraps off its inaugural phones for 2020, kickstarting its ambitious pledge to launch more than 10 5G phones in 2020. The world’s fourth largest phone maker unveiled its best-in-class Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro on Feb.
Like many of its peers, it was forced to revise its plans for an international launch after organizers pulled the plug on Mobile World Congress 2020 over novel coronavirus fears. After much speculation, Xiaomi finally confirmed a March 27th launch date for the new phones.
According to CENT.COM, it’s feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor, 90Hz refresh rates, a 4,500-mAh battery, and its astonishing 108-megapixel camera, which first made its debut last year on the Mi Note 10 series and was actually co-developed by Samsung though it did not feature in the South Korean company’s phones.
The Mi 10’s rear camera also has a 13-megapixel wide angle lens and 2-megapixel macro and depth sensor, but surprisingly it does not have a telephoto lens.
Noteworthy, it launched SmartTV Max in China. The SmartTV comes with a gigantic 98-inch screen and measures 86.22 x 53.2 x 50.22-inches and weighs approximately 70 Kgs with the bare metal frame. To put into perspective,the newly launched smart TV is bigger than an average single mattress.
The Redmi SmartTVMax is features with a 4K Ultra HD 60Hz display with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a viewing angle of 178-degrees. It is powered by A55 Cortex processor and Mali-G31 MP2 GPU that is coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage space.
It comes with 85% NTSC,wide colour gamut and 192 dynamic backlight zones. You also won’t have issues linking external audio devices as it has three HDMI ports,one of which has an ARC,and an S/PDIF output.
Internals-wise,the Redmi Smart TV Max comes powered by an Amlogic T972 chipset (4x Cortex-A55,Mali-G31MP2),a 4GB of RAM and a 64GB storage.
Also,it uses Xiaomi’s custom Android TV launcher,PatchWall. Because of this,you may easily connect gadgets that are part of the Xiaomi ecosystem on the TV. What’s even great is that it has a voice control option.