For those who are unfamiliar, Xiaomi is more than just a smartphone manufacturer. Just like Samsung, the company also has a stake in home appliances like TVs. And now, the company is adding another product in that line up with the new Xiaomi Mi LED TV 4.
Xiaomi went all out with their new TV. They are even claiming that it is the world’s thinnest LED TV. The smart TV is at 4.9mm at its thinnest point, which is even thinner than most smartphones around.
The Xiaomi Mi LED TV 4 has a screen size of 55-inches, wide enough to fill-up a medium-sized living room. It also has a 4K resolution and HDR technology, two of the key features you’d find on a high-end TV.
It does run on an Android TV operating system and Xiaomi’s own Patchwall technology — an AI learning machine that analyzes your watching habits and preferences, which provides better and more personalized recommendations to the user.
To handle all its computing needs, the Mi LED TV 4 uses a 64-bit quad-core processor, with 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage to house different Android TV apps.
In the audio side, the TV supports Dolby Audio and DTS HD. And for connectivity, there are a Bluetooth 4.0, dual-band WiFi, 3 HDMI ports, 2 USBs, and a single Ethernet port.
Another interesting part is its remote. The controller only has 11 buttons and it’s connected to the TV via Bluetooth instead of infrared. This means you don’t have to point it in the line of sight to get it to work.
The Mi LED TV 4 retails for a price of INR39,999 (around Php32,500) in India.