Xiaomi is not yet done in revealing new products. After the fantastic Mi TV 4S, here comes another extremely good deal — the Xiaomi Mi TV 4C.
At first look, it’s hard to get over the ultra-thin and narrow bezels of the Mi TV 4C. This gives it a modern look, which is quite common in most high-end TVs nowadays. However, digging down deeper its hardware configuration reveals that it’s so much more than just an eye candy.
The Xiaomi Mi TV 4C flaunts a 4K Ultra High-definition (UHD) screen with 3840×2160 resolution and 50Hz refresh rate. It has good viewing angles as well, stretching up to 178-degrees without color shifting.
In terms of raw power, the Mi TV 4C isn’t lacking either. Xiaomi equipped it with a 1.5GHz 64-bit Cortex A53 quad-core processor, partnered with a 750MHz Mali-450 GPU and 2GB of RAM. The onboard storage is only 8GB but it should support external storage by hooking them up using a microUSB cable. Another highlight is Dolby Audio support, which basically means that it can produce great audio.
When it comes to ports, the Mi TV 4C has two (2) USB ports, three (3) HDMI ports, and an Ethernet port for wired internet connectivity support. There’s also Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.2 support out of the box, plus a remote control with voice search capability is included in the package.
Everything is running on Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI based on Android. The company said that it has machine learning functionality which should adapt to the users viewing habits over time.
The Xiaomi Mi TV 4C has a price of CNY2,199 in China, which translates to around Php18,300 when directly converted to Philippine peso. There’s currently no word yet regarding the pricing and availability in the Philippines.