Xiaomi first announced a new 32 inches version of its Mi TV 4A in July 2017 and the Smart TV was the cheapest in the company TV product line. Eight months down the road, the tech giant has revealed that 1 million units of the Mi TV 4A 32-inch model have been sold during this period.
The Mi TV 4A 32-inch model was launched clutching a 1,099 Yuan price tag (around $163). That price was later reduced further in October last year to 999 Yuan (~$150) with an offer of free shipping within Mainland China. This price reduction may have contributed to the increased sales that have been recorded.
The Xiaomi Mi TV 4A (32 inches) uses a plastic housing with its entire body coming in black colour. As a result of the plastic body in use, the new Mi TV 4A comes with a highly reduced weight which is just 3.9Kg, making it suitable to be easily carried around. When the base is attached to the TV frame, the weight goes up to 3.94Kg.
On the specifications, the Mi TV 4A features a 32-inch display with a rather disappointing resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels and refresh rate of 60Hz. The TV has a viewing angle of 178 degrees. It is powered by a Quad-core 1.5GHz processor having four Cortex-A53 cores. The graphic is powered by a Mali-450 MP3 GPU while the processor is supported by 1GB of RAM and there is 4GB of storage space available inside. The Mi TV 4A (32) also comes with two 5W stereo speakers while available interface includes two HDMI, an AV port, an S/PDIF output, DTMB, USB port and a connector. The Mi TV 4A 32-inch version also runs Xiaomi TV PatchWall system meaning it has some smart features such as content recommendation according to user’s habit, seamless streaming of content and others. The 32-inch Mi TV4A version was recently announced in India and we expect some record-breaking sales figures as well.