As an addition to its range of 4K TVs, Xiaomi has launched two new models in China.
The 75-inch version arrives as part of the Mi Full Screen TV Pro line-up with a 4K screen, ultra-fine bezels, and PatchWall OS. Meanwhile, the 60-inch model joins the existing Mi TV 4A series with a 4K LCD display and Dolby Audio support.
The Mi Full Screen TV Pro model, as the name suggests, offers a bezel-less look with extremely thin borders on all sides and an aluminum frame. According to the company, the TV offers a near 98% screen-to-body ratio.
It comes with a 75-inch 4K screen and runs on PatchWall OS which brings access to popular apps such as Youku and Tencent Video.
The 75-inch Mi Full Screen TV Pro is powered by a 1.9GHz 64-bit octa-core processor, combined with 2GB of RAM and 32GB memory for storing apps and games. It also has Dolby Audio-powered speakers, XiaoAI voice assistant, and support for IoT devices.
Separately, the new Mi TV 4A model comes with a 60-inch LCD screen, 4K resolution, Dolby Atmos sound, and multiple USB as well as HDMI ports.
It draws power from a 64-bit Amlogic processor, paired with 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. The TV runs on PatchWall OS and supports XiaoAI assistant that lets you perform some basic functions using simple voice commands.
In China, the 60-inch Mi TV 4A is priced at 1,999 yuan (roughly Rs. 21,400) while the 75-inch Mi Full Screen TV Pro costs 5,999 yuan (approximately Rs. 64,500). Meanwhile, both the models will be available via crowdfunding platform on April 9.