With its TVs, Xiaomi seems to be following the same strategy it follows in the smartphones market: in the past few years, the company has managed to release a TV aimed at different price segments in order to ensure there’s a choice for every consumer. After launching Mi TV 4, 4A and 4C, the Chinese firm has just released a brand new variant of Xiaomi Mi TV 4S. It has been launched in the Chinese market with a price tag of 2399 Yuan, which roughly translates into $500. This model is an outstanding TV, but it is not the most expensive from the series as the prices go from 999 to 9999 Yuan.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4S comes with a wide 50-inch LCD display which has a 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and HDR technology. This is not the first TV from the 4S series which also includes a more affordable 32-inch model with a price of 1199 Yuan (about $400) and a more expensive 55-inch variant which costs 2999 Yuan (about $500). Mi TV 4S is also a smart TV and it is powered by a quad-core Cortex A53 running at a frequency of 1.5 GHz (including a Mali 450 GPU), 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage.
Talking about connectivity, there is support for Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, three HDMI ports, two USB ports and even one Ethernet port. It also supports PatchWall AI system. The TV frame is made of aviation grade aluminum. With its price tag, Xiaomi Mi TV 4S is the perfect TV in terms of quality and price ratio as it offers high-end features and video quality at a mid-range price. The TV will be up for pre-orders starting from today, while it will be officially available to purchase starting from May 13 for 2399 Yuan. There is currently no info about the availability of the new TV outside of China.