Xiaomi has introduced the new Smart TV 5A which comes in three sizes: 32-inch, 40-inch, and 43-inches.

All three models of the Xiaomi Smart TV 5A run on the Android TV operating system, giving you access to tons of streaming services like Netflix, HBO Go/Max, Prime Video, YouTube, Spotify, and a whole lot more.


It also comes with Chromecast Built-in and of course, Google Assistant. They will also feature Xiaomi’s PatchWall 4 that has IMDb integration, universal search, more than 75 free live channels, smart recommendations, and kids mode with parental lock.

For connectivity, the TVs come with Bluetooth 5.0 for the remote and dual-band WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac with 2×2 MIMO.


Both the 40-inch and 43-inch models will come with FHD resolution at 1920 x 1080 pixels, while the smaller 32-inch model is capped at HD with 1366 x 768 pixels. All three variants have the standard 60Hz refresh rate.

Another key difference is in the audio and chipset. The 40 and 43-inchers have 24W speakers and DTS:X audio, the smaller variant only has 20W and lacks DTS:X, but keeps the DTS virtual and Dolby Audio.


The 32-inch model also only has 1GB of RAM while its bigger brothers have 1.5GB. On the upside, all three of them gets to have quad-core Cortex A55 chips with Mali-G31 MP2 graphics and 8GB of storage.

Also included are Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), MiraCast, and ARC with Dolby Atmos pass-through.


For ports, we have two HDMI, antenna, two USB 2.0, ethernet, and AV.

It is bundled with a sleek and minimalistic remote that has dedicated buttons for popular streaming apps and has a built-in microphone for Ok Google virtual assistant.


SEE ALSO: Xiaomi price list in the Philippines

The Xiaomi Smart TV 5A has a price of INR15,499 (around Php10,500), INR22,999 (around Php15,600), and INR25,999 (around Php17,700) for the 32-inch, 40-inch, and 43-inch models, respectively. They will be available in India come April 30, while release details in the Philippines are yet to be known.

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  1. I think patchwall is not supported here, which is fine. The remote is a standard android TV bluetooth remote. The processor/ram/flash are fairly low end, and that may cause issues. I’m not sure how it stacks up against other models, but it is clearly a budget focused device.