After a passive beginning and being low for 2 months, Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, is now all ready to take the off the curtains from its first launch of this year. The firm has been promoting on its social media pages with the #GiveMe5 hashtag where it is anticipated to roll out the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 or the Xiaomi Redmi 5 handset.
As fraction of this marketing campaign, the firm has now put up a clip that displays users getting confused and amazed and are not able to recognize the device. At one point, we see a female seeing a very thin huge display representing that the firm is almost certainly going to roll out a TV in the similar event too. We witness a big glossy display with a frame surrounding it, which seems quite analogous to the Mi TV 4A that was lately rolled out in China.
It will be apparent at the time of the roll out if the gadget rolled out in India will have the same specifications as the one rolled out in China. To remember, the TV was rolled out in China and had a 50-inch display with a 4K UHD screen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160p. It is fueled by Amlogic L962 64-bit quad-core processor coupled with 8 GB internal storage and 2 GB of RAM.
The device has 60HZ of refresh rate and it also provides support for HDR10+ HLG. When it comes to connectivity, the TV provides Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 2 x USB ports, 3 x HDMI ports, Ethernet port, AV input, DTS Audio, S/PDIF audio output port, and Dolby. The TV incorporates Mi TV Bar with 2 wireless rear satellite speakers, 10 speakers, and a subwoofer. It flaunts a frameless design. The device also has the audio technology of Dolby Atmos.