Xiaomi is launching this Wednesday, June 2 the Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition, a 40-inch Full HD TV with thin borders and a modest price. It is currently only available in India.
Xiaomi launches a new 40-inch smart TV with very thin bezels and an equally thin metal frame. On arrival, the screen has a 93% ratio to the body of the TV. The Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition will be sold for 23,999 rupees in India, or nearly 270 euros if we make a strict conversion. At this price, it is of course a Full HD panel. Players will need to be careful before cracking, since its sample rate is stuck at 60Hz.
Stereo sound relies on two speakers of 10W each, with DTS support. A 3.5 mm jack output is included. As for the rest of the connection, this Mi TV offers three HDMI ports, including an ARC to connect consoles, decoders, Blu-ray players and other Chromecast. We also benefit from a mini AV output, an S / PDIF connector and an Ethernet port.
PatchWall or classic Android TV
Under the hood, this television has an Amlogic Cortex A53 SoC, equipped with 4 quad cores, as well as the Mali-450 graphics chip, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage.
The software part is provided by PatchWall, a software interface offered by the Chinese giant and based on Android 9. But it is also possible to opt for the classic Android TV, also installed. In addition, support for Google Assistant is required, with voice control and integration into the connected home. Xiaomi’s sleep function, the Mi Quick Wake, is also included.
For now, this very competitively priced model is only available in India from June 2. It is also made on site. In 2018, 6 million Mi TVs sold in India.
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