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Xiaomi enters home audio market with Mi soundbar; launches 2 new smart TVs

The Mi soundbar, priced at Rs 4,999, will go on sale from Wednesday.

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Updated: Jan 15, 2019, 05.54 PM IST
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Mi Soundbar: First Impressions
Mi Soundbar: First Impressions
BENGALURU: Chinese electronics company Xiaomi on Thursday launched two new smart TVs and entered the home audio category with an Mi soundbar.

The two TVs - Mi LED TV 4X PRO (55-inch) and Mi LED TV 4A PRO (43-inch) - will be available for Rs 39,999 and Rs 22,999 respectively, starting January 15, the company said in a statement.

The Mi soundbar will be available via Mi.com and Mi Home stores for Rs 4,999, starting January 16.


"We launched Mi LED TVs last year. We hit many milestones, including becoming the number 1 smart TV brand in India by selling over a million units in 9 months," said Eshwar Nilakantan, Category Lead, Mi TVs.

Mi LED TV 4X PRO comes with a large 55-inch 4K UHD display with the panel featuring 10-bit colour depth, and support for HDR10.

Mi LED TV 4A PRO's 43-inch display features a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The same 20W audio from Mi LED TV 4X PRO (55) also features here, as does the Bluetooth remote.

Both the TVs are equipped with "Patchwall" OS by Xiaomi. PatchWall features content from 14 different partners with over 700,000 hours of content from Hotstar, Hungama, Sony Liv, Voot, Eros Now, Zee5, Hooq, Epic ON and others.

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While the Google Pixel 3 and iPhone XR continue to push the boundaries of a single smartphone camera, other companies have not stopped there. Dual cameras became a norm in 2018 and we’ve also seen them in sub Rs10k phones. Huawei was first with a triple camera smartphone (P20 Pro) and others followed suit. Samsung Galaxy A7, LG V40, Oppo R17 Pro and Huawei Mate 20 Pro were some of the phones with triple rear cameras. Samsung didn’t stop there and went on to launch a phone with quad cameras – the Samsung A9. For 2019, there are already rumours of a Nokia phone with five rear cameras and we expect more companies to follow the trend. You can expect all major brands to have phones with multiple cameras across price brackets. According to us, having multiple cameras only makes sense when you get good results and flexibility (wide, macro, tele lenses).(In Pic: Samsung Galaxy A7)
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