Xiaomi Mi TV 4A might launch soon at a starting price of Rs 12,999 in India

Mi TV 4 by Xiaomi

Xiaomi’s launch of the Mi TV 4 in India alongside the Redmi Note series was a sign for Samsung. Well, if it didn’t get the point, here’s an another one from the Chinese company. After the 55-inch variant, Xiaomi is poised to reveal smaller TV variants under Mi TV 4A in the country.

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Mi TV 4A

As for the hardware, the 32-inch model houses a 1.5GHz Amlogic T962 chipset coupled with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of storage. The display is a 1366×768 HD-ready panel and a very good price tag. As for the 43-inch model, it steps up the spec sheet a bit with a Full-HD 1920×1080 panel. While the CPU remains the same but it does have 2GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage.

Not only do these TVs have slim designs and great build quality they also pack a very reasonable price. The 43-inch model, in particular, has Dolby Virtual Surround Sound and DTA audio as well as HDR10 compatibility. Additionally, both models come with PatchWall interface that shows you your favourite content.

The Mi TV 4A is like the affordable Redmi series compared to the Redmi Note series. The leaked specifications of the Mi TV 4A reveal prices of the two models. What we know is that 32-inch model might be as cheap as ₹12,999 ($200) and the bigger 43-inch model could cost as much as ₹21,999 ($340).

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As per current info, the Mi TV 4A will launch on March 7. Are you excited for this launch? Would you buy the Mi TV at this price? Do let us know in the comments section below. 

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