Xiaomi’s Mi TV 4A 50-Inch Model Discounted By 200 Yuan, Available For 1,999 Yuan ($314)

by Jeet 0

Earlier this year, China-based Xiaomi had launched Mi TV 4A as a new series in the company’s lineup of smart TVs. Now, a 50-inch model of the Mi TV 4A has received a discount of 200 Yuan (approximately $31) as a part of the company’s “Mother’s Day” special event.

With this special discount, the 50-inch model will be available at a price of 1,999 Yuan (approximately $314), which is 200 Yuan less than the product’s original price of 2199 Yuan, which roughly converts to $346.

The Mi TV 4A 50-inch display variant features an ultra-narrow frame. The smart TV comes with 4K UHD display supporting screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a 60Hz refresh rate with support for HDR10+ HLG.

For the immersive audio experience, ti also comes with stereo speakers that has support for Dolby Audio and dtsHD. It comes with 3 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, AV input, an ethernet port, and a S/PDIF audio output port.

It is powered by an Amlogic L962 quad-core processor, clocked at 1.5GHz, coupled with Mali-450 graphics processor. It comes equipped with 2GB of RAM and 8GB of built-in storage. The TV features Xiaomi’s PatchWall artificial intelligence-based smart interface that provides an endless amount of content that cuts across various genres for all ages.

Xiaomi Mi TV 4A

The TV remote also supports voice input, allowing users to search for their favorite shows, control playback, ask questions, and even control other Xiaomi smart products connected to the same network as the TV. The Mi TV 4A 50-inch model also supports Bluetooth 4.2 LE for connecting additional hardware such as a mouse or keyboard.

The Mi TV 4A was first announced last year and consists of six models, which includes 32-inch, 43-inch, 49-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch. Recently, Xiaomi revealed that a data from AVC has shown that the company’s domestic TV shipments exceeded 550,000 units in March 2018 alone.

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Xiaomi launched its first Mi TV product in September 2013 and since then we have seen several models. The record shipment for this year places the Mi TV brand as the second-largest TV manufacturer in China.