After Xiaomi decided to launch top-of-the-line Mi 10 flagship phones, regardless of price, it is trying the same in the smart TV segment. In China, introduced the new Mi TV Lux 65-OLED, whose specifications show that the company uncompromisingly reached for the latest technologies and possibilities. But it’s not expensive at all, it’s not. From a technical point of view, the new television from the Xiaomi workshop will dazzle in both the field of image and sound. They are generally not among the record holders in size, but once we add OLED technology, the number of competitors will suddenly decrease. With its parameters and price, it will be difficult to find a conqueror and us at least on home soil we hope that in time it could reach the world. Judge the parameters yourself.
Specifications Mi TV Lux 65 ″ OLED
- 65 ″ 4K OLED pattern
- 98.3% of the P3 gamut and the reliability of Delta E colors below 1.5
- Always-On display
- HDR10+, HDR10 a HLG
- 9 speakers with a total power of 65 W RMS
- podpora Dolby Vision a Dolby Atmos
- variable frequency from 40 to 120 Hz + MEMC
- HDMI 2.1, eARC, 32kanálové PCM, ALLM
- driver with Bluetooth and NFC + XiaoAi assistant
- price 12,999 Yuan / approx. CZK 43,000
If the terms don’t tell you much, we’ll give you some of them in a simpler way. The percentage of gamut P3 and a Delta E value below 1.5 say it is a display very high quality in rendering and color plausibility. The HDR and HLG standards provide “composing” of images perfect display of scenes with respect to light, contrast and gamma values. Dynamic frequency, HDMI 2.1 and related ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) welcomed mainly by console players thanks to the fluency and immediate response. The driver with Bluetooth and NFC will allow smart home control and other elements when you place the phone on top of it. And since it’s a modern OLED panel, Xiaomi could afford the Always-On display. We know this mainly from mobile phones and watches, displays certain information continuously on the screen. For example, the date and time. This is definitely an interesting option for television.
So what do you say to the new TV from Xiaomi?
Source: Xiaomi blog