Xiaomi Mi TV 5, Mi TV 5 Pro

Xiaomi had its product presentation event in Beijing today, wherein it unveiled the Mi TV 5 series alongside the Mi CC9 Pro and the Mi Watch. There are two new TVs in 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch. The Pro-variant sports Quantum Dot display, HDR10+ support, and MEMC  technology. Rest, both the TVs shares the same spec sheet and features.

Xiaomi Mi TV 5, Mi TV 5 Pro specifics

Both the TVs have an aluminum chassis without any screw and are 5.9mm thick. On the front, you have a 4K (3,840×2,160 pixels) OLED display with 1.8mm bezels. The glaring difference between the two models comes in the display. The Pro one flaunts a Quantum Dot OLED screen boasting up to 108 percent NTSC colour gamut and support for HDR10+ and MEMC motion smoothening technology. The standard edition not just misses out on the said display technologies, it achieves only 85-percent NTSC color bracket.

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Speaking of the differences, you get 3GB RAM and 32GB storage on the Mi TV 5, while Mi TV 5 Pro packs 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.

Xiaomi Mi TV 5, Mi TV 5 Pro

So, with the disparities out of the way, both the TVs feature 8K video playback, Xiaomi voice assistant, Amlogic T972 SoC, and Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI. As for I/Os, you get Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2, 3 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, AV inputs, 4 microphones, and 2x 8W four-unit speakers.

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Xiaomi Mi TV 5, Mi TV 5 Pro Pricing and Availability

Xiaomi has priced the Mi TV 5 Pro as follows:

  • 55-inch model: CNY 3,699 (around Rs. 37,200)
  • 65-inch model: CNY 4,999 (about Rs. 50,300)
  • 75-inch model: CNY 9,999 (around Rs. 100,500)

As for Mi TV 5, here’s how each of the sizes cost:

  • 55-inch model : CNY 2,999 (about Rs. 30,200)
  • 65-inch model : CNY 3,999 (around Rs. 40,200)
  • 75-inch model : CNY 7,999 (aboutRs. 80,400)

Xiaomi has announced the 55-inch and 65-inch models of both Mi TV 5 and Mi TV 5 Pro to hit the stores starting November 11 in China. The company hasn’t spilled the beans on Indian availability.

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