Xiaomi just announced a few hours ago the launch of a new Smart TV in our country, a model of no less than 75 inches And that you can buy from tomorrow both on the manufacturer’s website and in some large areas dedicated to technology in our country. A model that trusts all its success to a price-quality ratio that is always unbeatable in the Chinese sphere.
In any case, one of the claims that these Xiaomi televisions always have is their extraordinary ecosystem based on Android TV that, on this occasion, will not be an exception and we will have all the advantages of having native applications to play streaming videos, as well as platforms and apps that are usually practically the same as those on our phones.
Good hardware and features
This new 75-inch Mi TV Q1 is a premium proposal that does not want to be in the cheapest range of the market so, despite being Xiaomi, we will have a slightly higher price than normal. Proof of this is its design, with practically non-existent metal frames and a whole collection of image and sound standards that put it at the head of its entire Smart TV offering.
This Mi 75-inch Q1 TV arrives with a OLED display with 4K resolution, “quantum dot” technology and a 178º viewing angle. It has an Android TV 10 installation, NTSC color gamut with 1.07 billion variations and 1,024 different tones, 192 “full matrix dynamic local dimming” zones, and a contrast of 10,000: 1. It also reaches stores with support for Dolby Vision and HDR10 +, as well as a 120Hz refresh rate.
As far as connections are concerned, has HDMI ports 2.1 and “an automatic low latency mode (ALLM)”, cinematic sound that we can enjoy thanks to its six speakers with 30W power (two tweeters and four woofers) that make the Mi TV Q1 compatible with Dolby AudioTM and DTS-HD. As we say, tomorrow you can buy it officially at a price (launch offer) of 999 euros. As of Friday, March 26, that amount will increase to 1,299 euros, so it gives us that, if you are looking for a good television for the living room, this Xiaomi model has many ballots to fill the gap that you have in the library.