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Xiaomi Unveils New Mi Full Screen TV Pro with a Monstrous 75″ Display
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Xiaomi Unveils New Mi Full Screen TV Pro with a Monstrous 75″ Display

by Aiman MaulanaApril 9, 2020
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Xiaomi Unveils New Mi Full Screen TV Pro with a Monstrous 75" Display

If you’re looking to get a new TV to boost your home entertainment experience, this might be one to consider. Xiaomi has recently unveiled the new Mi Full Screen TV Pro, alongside the Mi Air 2S wireless headphones, Mi Bunny Children Watch 4, and Redmi Band.

The Mi Full Screen TV Pro is a new variant of the previously announced model with a monstrous 75-inch display. Previously, it was announced with a 43-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch display options. The new model will have 4K resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, and support for 8K videos.

It will be powered by the 12nm 8-core Amlogic CPU with 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. The 75-inch Mi Full Screen TV Pro will have support for Dolby Audio, DTS HD, and the proprietary XiaoAI. It is said to be capable of acting as a hub for Xiaomi smart home products, and will be running on the PatchWall 2.0 OS.

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For a look at the new model’s specifications, check it out right below here:

75-inch Xiaomi Mi Full Screen TV Pro specifications

  • 75-inch (3840×2160 pixels) display with 178-degree viewing angle, HDR 10
  • 1.9GHz Amlogic Cortex Quad-Core Cortex A55 T972 12nm processor with Mali-G31 MP2 GPU
  • 2GB RAM, 32GB storage
  • PatchWall 2.0 OS
  • WiFi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz / 5GHz), Bluetooth, 3 x HDMI (1 contain ARC), 2 x USB, S/PDIF, Ethernet
  • Supports up to 8K video playback, H.264, Real, MPEG1/2/4, etc.
  • 2 x 8W Stereo speakers, DTS audio, Dolby Audio

It is expected to start selling in China in the coming days with a retail price of about USD $850 (RM3686.02). No word yet on whether it will be releasing other countries but we will be reporting on that as soon as information becomes available.

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Pokdepinion: A 65-inch TV is also pretty huge, I can’t imagine how I’d setup a 75-inch TV in my room.

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