Xiaomi engineers are constantly striving to expandassortment of products, striving to involve more and more new users in the company's ecosystem. The new Horizon Edition TVs were recently announced in India. These are budget TVs with screens of 32 and 43 inches.
New models will replace popularXiaomi TVs that came out under the Mi TV 4A Pro brand with the same screen diagonals. However, this time all the difference between the new and conditionally "outdated" models will consist in changing the width of the display bezels - they become even smaller than those of their predecessors.
The main difference between the new models in 32 and43-inch performance, is in the resolution of the screens. The first is equipped with an HD panel (1366 x 768 pixels) with a screen-to-surface ratio of 93%, and the second is equipped with an FHD display (1920 x 1080 pixels) with a screen-to-face ratio of 95%. In addition, there is no S / PDIF port in the 32-inch model.
The hardware of both models runs onAmlogic Cortex A54 processor (4 cores) and Mali-450 MP3 GPU. TVs also get 8GB of permanent memory and 1GB of RAM. For work, Android TV 9.0 Pie with PatchWall is used. Pre-installed apps Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney + Hotstar.
TVs support Chromecast, GoogleAssistant and Google Data Saver. In addition, these TVs were the first receivers in India to use Mi Quick Wake technology, which allows the TV to start up in just five seconds. The difference in size did not affect the audio performance: both models get 20W speakers (2 x 10W speakers) with DTS-HD support.
For connections and ports, the new TV is equipped withsingle-band (2.4 GHz) Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, 3 HDMI ports (one of them supports ARC), 2 USB ports, Ethernet port, AV port, antenna port and 3.5 mm headphone jack.
Base model Mi TV 4A 32 Horizon Edition with 32an inch screen will cost the consumer $ 184, and the Mi TV 4A 43 Horizon Edition model will cost $ 313. The start of sales is scheduled for September 11 (Mi TV 4A 32) and September 14 (Mi TV 4A 43).