Xiaomi takes the next prank. After already causing hustle and bustle in the budget area of the TV market, the China manufacturer is now also trying in the premier class: OLED televisions. The Mi TV Lux can even take on the best models from LG and Samsung on paper. GIGA has all the details for you.
Xiaomi OLED TV: competition for LG and Samsung?
While TCL is putting Samsung under pressure with its new QLED televisions at a low price, Xiaomi seems to be planning something similar with LG. As TweakTown reports, the China manufacturer, which is known above all for its phenomenal price-performance ratio, is now also working on its own OLED televisions, the key technical data of which is really impressive.
The Mi TV Lux should offer a display diagonal of up to 65 inches and a 120 Hz panel. The screen resolves in 4K. Xiaomi thus delivers a tangible exchange of blows with the premium models from Samsung and LG.
For gamers, the China TV could also be worth a look. Thanks to the high refresh rate, the low response time of the OLED panel and the ALLM (Automatic Low Latency Mode), the OLED television should be perfect for the PS5 or Xbox Series X. There is also a small RGB strip as a gimmick, which is attached directly under the display. It remains to be seen to what extent you can adapt the lighting of the decorative element to your personal preferences.
By the way, film lovers should also get their money’s worth. Xiaomi states that the OLED TV supports both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. A MediaTek MPU 9650 is used as the processor, with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The remote control supports both Bluetooth and NFC, the TV operating system is set to “MIUI for TV” – a customized version of Android TV.
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Xiaomi Mi TV Lux: availability and price
The Xiaomi TV will first be launched in the Chinese homeland – the device can be bought there tomorrow for a small price of the equivalent of 1,632 euros. Only a few months later the television may find its way to Europe. We will most likely have to wait a little longer until we can keep an eye on Xiaomi’s OLED TV.
However, if it really starts in Europe, the TV should be offered significantly more expensive – this has always been the case with Xiaomi. As soon as there is new information about the China TV with OLED panel, we will inform you about it.