Xiaomi India Releases Mi QLED 4K TV Featuring Android TV 10 System

Today, Xiaomi launched a high-end QLED TV in India. The Mi QLED TV 4K 55 features Android TV 10 system, HDMI 2.1 interface. And the price is 54999 Rupee, which is about $747.


Compared with conventional LED-backlit LCD displays, QLED displays use an extra layer of quantum dots. It promises to offer saturated colors and a wider color spectrum (100% NTSC) for improved picture quality. The term was promoted by Samsung, but has now been adopted by many other brands including TCL and OnePlus.

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The Mi QLED TV 4K comes with an expansive 55-inch display that’s fitted inside an aluminum alloy frame that’s sand-blasted and engraved with laser precision. The panel uses a near bezel-less horizon display, which flaunts a 96 per cent screen to body ratio. From the front, the design looks a lot like the Mi TV 5 series. But there are also subtle differences. This TV has a 4K resolution, supports HDR10+ and Dolby Vision, covers 100% NTSC color gamut, and has a refresh rate of 60Hz. In addition, when a console such as Xbox or Sony PS5 is detected, the TV will automatically switch to game mode.

Audio and software

Xiaomi’s new TV also features the company’s first 6 speaker set-up, which includes 4 full-range drivers and 2 tweeters. For sound, the TV also offers frequency ranges that can go as low as 60Hz and all the way up to 20KHz and delivers a total power of 30Watts. For audio, the TV also supports Dolby Audio and DTS-HD support. In terms of software, the TV comes with the company’s PatchWall 3.0 OS. It is based on Android TV 10 out of the box. It also brings with itself three next-gen HDMI 2.1 compatible ports to support next-gen consoles out of the box.

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