Along with the Mi TV 4S 55-inch model, Xiaomi has now announced a new model under its Mi TV 4C series. The new model is a 50-inch display variant which sits between the earlier launched 43-inch and 55-inch variants.
This new smart TV from the company will be available for pre-orders from 30th March until 2nd April and the first sale for the same is scheduled to take place on 3rd April.
The new 50-inch Mi TV 4C comes with ultra narrow edges and 4K HDR support. The 4K ultra-high-definition screen comes with 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution and, viewing angle of 178-degrees and 50Hz refresh rate. It has a dynamic response of 9.5 milliseconds and comes with direct type backlight.
It is powered by a 64-bit Cortex A53 quad-core processor which is clocked at 1.5Ghz along with Mali-450 750MHz GPU. It packs 2GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage. For enhanced audio experience, the TV also supports Dolby sound.
For connectivity, along with the AV, analog signal DTMB, it also comes with 3 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, and 1 Ethernet port for wired internet connectivity. All the ports are mounted on the side, making it more convenient for usage.
On the software front, it is running Xiaomi’s own PatchWall user interface based on an Android operating system. The PatchWall interface from the company comes with artificial intelligence technology which can predict content preferences based on user history.
It comes with the company’s standard 11-button Bluetooth remote controller, which also supports voice-based search functionality.
Last year, Xiaomi had launched 43-inch and 55-inch models of the Mi TV 4C. While the 43-inch model packs 1GB RAM and 8 GB storage with Full HD support, the larger 55-inch model comes with 2GB RAM and 8GB internal storage with support for 4K HDR.
In China, the 43-inch model is priced at 1,849 Yuan (approx. $295) while the bigger 55-inch model is priced at 2,649 Yuan (approximately $422). The newly introduced 50-inch model is priced at 2,199 Yuan, which roughly converts to $350.