Xiaomi has today announced a new 75-inch model in its Mi TV 4S series, which is priced at 7,999 Yuan that roughly converts to $1,152. It will go on sale in China from 23rd November and will first be available through Xiaomi Mall and Mi Home Stores.
This is the second time Xiaomi is launching a TV model featuring a 75-inch display panel. Earlier this year, the company had launched a 75-inch model of Mi TV 4 — making it the largest display panel for a TV ever launched by the company.
The huge 75-inch Mi TV 4S, which comes with a 4K HDR LCD panel, features narrow bezels surrounding the display, giving an immersive experience. As for the build quality, the company says that it is made of aerospace-grade aluminum, brushed metal, and silver-gray metal.
Under the hood, the newly introduced TV model is powered by a 64-bit quad-core processor which is likely to be Amlogic’s sixth-generation chipset. It also packs 2GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The inbuilt storage seems a bit low given that the same model of Mi TV 4 comes with 32GB of internal storage.
For connectivity, it supports dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and comes with HDR display technology, DTS-HD and Dolby audio track decoding for the enhanced audio-visual experience. There’s also an integrated AI-based voice assistant, making it easier and convenient to operate.
Similar to other Mi TV models, this one too comes equipped with the company’s own PatchWall OS that offers intuitive user interface and easy access to more than 500,000+ hours of content. It also recommends online and offline content depending on the users’ TV-watching behavior.