Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 55-inch Announced at 2999 yuan ($477)

The original fourth-gen Xiaomi TV was announced back in May 2017. Though the latter came in with tons of key features, the main selling point remained the 4.9mm thickness. Later the company unleashed a few other modified versions of this amazing TV at lower price tags. They include the Xiaomi Mi TV 4A, 4A PPTV, and 4C. The main reason why the manufacturer did this is related to their philosophy – as Xiaomi claims they are trying to bring many innovative technologies to the cheap products to help them in getting more popularity. Today, the company announced another model from this series named the Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 55-inch. It is priced at 2999 yuan ($477).

Read the Mi TV 4A review and check out the deal!

Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 55-inch

We have been thinking the ‘S’ stands for ‘Super’ or something like that. Thus the Xiaomi Mi TV 4S should come with enhanced features. But the original 4th generation is way more powerful and stylish. So what changes have been made in this model?

The Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 55-inch comes with a 4K resolution screen with a direct-lit backlight like the Xiaomi MI TV 4A and 8ms dynamic response. For example, the 4A uses an LG panel with a 6ms response time. The processor is the same as the 4A’s Amlogic T962 using a quad-core A53 architecture clocked at 1.5GHz and paired with a Mali-450 MP5 (450MHz) GPU, 2+8GB storage options. There are interfaces such as 3 HDMI, 2 USB, 1 network ports, etc. This new TV supports HDR, Dolby sound, 2 8W speaker output (4A is 6W), standard Bluetooth remote control, PatchWall artificial intelligence voice system, and many more.

Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 55-inch

However, in comparison to the 4A 55-inch priced at 2599 yuan {$413) the price difference is mainly reflected in an all-metal body. Plus, the interfaces are moved to the side, while the speaker power has been improved as well.

The Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 55-inch will go on sale on April 3.

Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 55-inch


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