Xiaomi TV Master Series To Support All HDR Formats

Xiaomi Full-Screen TV Pro

Today, Xiaomi officially announced it will launch new Xiaomi TV Master Series ultra-high-end products at 14:00 on July 2. We found there are four characteristics hidden in the poster. This new product supports OLED, 120Hz, Gaming, and Dolby Atmos.

In fact, Xiaomi TV official announced several important features of Xiaomi TV Master Series on Weibo yesterday. Lei Jun claimed that the OLED screen is amazing. And as the Master Series TV pursues brighter, richer colors, and higher contrast image quality requirements, it has chosen this display technology.

Moreover, picture adjustment technology allows users to choose different viewing modes. In actual use, people rarely choose this feature. The mode button on the remote control is just for decoration. And users do not enjoy the experience upgrade brought by technology. Xiaomi is going to change users’ attitude towards this option.

Apart from this, recently, a Weibo blogger disclosed some features of this high-end Xiaomi OLED TV. He said the Xiaomi TV Master Series supports HDMI 2.1, metal NFC remote control, Dolby Vision + Dolby Atoms, VRR (variable refresh rate) + ALLM (automatic low latency).

In addition, we have found that the Xiaomi TV Master Series supports 4K 120Hz OLED panel, 4K 120Hz MEMC, 4K 120Hz VRR, and 4K 120Hz signal input. Also, it comes with a quad-core A73 architecture custom chip. Because the chip is relatively powerful, all HDR formats are fully supported!

At present, the most expensive model of Xiaomi brand TVs is the 65-inch Xiaomi Mural TV, priced at 6,999 yuan ($989). There is speculation that this time the Xiaomi TV Master Series is expected to be priced at 10,000 yuan ($1413).

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