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.
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.