Xiaomi has come out with a new range of televisions the Xiaomi Mi TV 4C series an upgrade to the 4A series launched earlier in the year. Launching the televisions in the Chinese market, the company has tied up with the Kingsman movie franchise to market them under a co-branding arrangement.
The Xiaomi Mi TV 4C series has two sizes to start with, 43 inches and 55 inches. The 43-inch TV will have 1GB RAM and 8 GB storage, while the 55-inch TV will sport 2GB RAM and 8GB storage. In the case of the screen resolution also there is a difference; the 43 inch set has a full HD resolution whereas the 55-inch device will have a 4K HDR viewing panel.
There are no indications when these televisions will be sold outside of China and if they will be exported at all. The company may reveal such plans in the future.
Xiaomi has stuck to the same 64-bit processor it had used with the Xiaomi Mi TV 4A series. These are quad-core Amlogic T962 processors and the televisions come with connectivity options like Wi-Fi 802.11ac (2.4/5 GHz dual band Wi-Fi), Bluetooth 4.2, Dolby and DTS Audio features. To avoid strain to the eyes due to continuous watching, the televisions also come with a blue light reducing mode.
If the buyers wish to buy the Mi Bluetooth remote controllers, they will have to pay CNY 99 (roughly Rs 1000) for it separately. The remote will have speech recognition, Mi Touch and other features to make the television viewing experience convenient and wholesome.
As for the prices of the main television sets, the 43-inch Xiaomi Mi TV 4C will be sold at CNY 1849 (roughly Rs 18,000) and the 55-inch one at CNY 2, 649 (roughly Rs. 26,000).