Xiaomi launched its affordable smart TV Mi TV 4A in India on Wednesday. The Chinese tech major had launched its flagship Mi TV 4 in India on February 14 earlier this year. The new Mi TV 4A is expected to replicate the success of its higher placed sibling with similar features on offer and an even smaller price tag.
The televisions come in two size variants – Mi TV 4A 43 inch and Mi TV 4A 32 inch. They are priced at Rs 22,999 and Rs 13,999 respectively.
Xiaomi is offering an instant cashback of Rs 2,200 on Mi TV 4A with a JioFi connection.
The Mi TV 4A will go on sale from March 13 via flash sales held every week on Tuesdays and Fridays. The new smart TV will be sold through mi.com, Mi Home and Flipkart. With buyers complaining of stocks running out surprisingly fast, Xiaomi has assured that adequate stocks will be put up for sale from the very first flash sale.
43 inch version of Mi TV 4A comes with a Full-HD display resolution of 1920*1080 pixel and is powered by a quad-core Amlogic T962 64-bit processor. The television has a 60Hz screen refresh rate and comes with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB storage for installation of additional apps.
On the connectivity front, the television comes with 3xUSB ports, 3xHDMI ports, Ethernet port, 3.5 mm headphone jack along with an S/PDIF port. The television features DTS Audio and comes with 2x 10 Watt dome speakers.
Mi TV 4A 32 inch version comes with a lot of features which are similar to the 43 inch version such as quad-core Amlogic T962 64-bit processor, 60Hz screen refresh rate, 1GB RAM, 8 GB internal storage, DTS Audio, 2x 10 Watt dome speakers etc.
However, the key difference between the two is while the 43 inch television comes with a Full HD resolution, the 32 inch is an HD Ready television with resolution of 1366 x 768. In addition to this, the 32 inch television comes with 2xUSB ports, 3xHDMI ports, Ethernet port, 3.5 mm headphone jack.
Both the televisions run on Android based PatchWall OS which is same as on its flagship Mi TV 4. The OS is upgradable and comes with more than 500,000 hours of movies and television show content across 15 languages.