Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75” announced
Alongside the global launch of its Mi 11 Android flagship, Xiaomi announced an aggressively priced 4K TV dubbed Mi TV Q1 75. It’s a 75-inch QLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, HDR+ and 192-zone full array dynamic local dimming. Bezels are razor-thin and the casing and stand come with a metal finish. Tucked behind the panel are a set of 30W stereo speakers with Dolby Audio and DTS-HD support.
I/O consists of three HMDI 2.1 ports, an Ethernet port and two USB ports. There’s also a built-in digital tuner for local TV station broadcasts. On the software side, we have Android TV 10 with pre-loaded Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube apps. The TV comes with a built-in microphone for hands-free Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa commands.
Xiaomi’s Mi TV Q1 75” goes on sale in Europe starting March with a retail of €1,299 (roughly $1,565). Early-bird buyers will be able to scoop it up for €999. Xiaomi plans to offer its new TV in France, Germany, Italy, Poland, and Spain first while more markets will be added later on.
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- 02 Jun 2021
How many more fast ports do you need? Only your GPU needs it.
- 12 Feb 2021
Read it again. It supports 2.1, but according to the official homepage only 1 of the 3 HDMI ports is actually 2.1, the others noted as 2.0.
- 10 Feb 2021