Xiaomi Announces Patchwall UI 2.0 Update With New Light Theme and Easy News Access for Mi TVs

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Mi TV India, in its official Twitter handle, has announced the Patchwall 2.0 UI for its Smart TVs. It is notable that Xiaomi TVs do not run on the vanilla Android TV software but come with their own well-known UI for the Mi TVs, the Patchwall UI. Xiaomi has not only established itself as one of the best OEM manufacturers but also the software which fuels the Xiaomi devices across the world is something that has become engrained in the brains of Xiaomi users. While the MIUI dominates Xiaomi’s phones, its Patchwall UI has also garnered positive reviews from the users of the Mi TV. Now without further ado, let’s dive right in and see what the new Patchwall UI has to offer.

Xiaomi Patchwall UI 2.0 New Features Details

Xiaomi India Television Product Lead of , Sudeep Sahu also shared the video on his Twitter handle and revealed a few more details about the Patchwall UI 2.0. The company executive firstly noted that the Patchwall 2.0 UI would come with a new Light theme. Further, the UI would sport carousel posters which would allow the users to smoothly browse the latest and most popular movies, TV shows and genres. Sahu also informed that the font and the poster designs have also been improved in this version of the Patchwall UI. The company said that it has also added drop shadows and subtle design elements for a clean and fresh look. Further, the Mi TV official Twitter page revealed that now the new UI comes with EpicOn integration which will allow one-click access to the users. Lastly, now users of Mi TV will be able to access news quickly owing to the new feature. Xiaomi also confirmed the update will hit all the Mi TV models launched in India till date, but the non-Android TV variants will not get the Light Theme feature.

Xiaomi Launches New Mi TV 32-inch, 43-inch and 55-inch Models in India

It is worth noting that in the past few years, Xiaomi has not only made its mark in the smartphone and gadget industry, but the Chinese brand has also made a dent in the television segment as well. Owing to this, when consumers think of affordable TV options, they are not shying away from Xiaomi. To keep this streak going, Xiaomi introduced a new TV model in India; the Mi TV LED 4A Pro 32-inch. The TV went on live sale on Flipkart with a very measly price tag of Rs 12,999, and it is because of such pricing that Xiaomi has been able to maintain its stronghold in this segment as well.

The Mi TV 4A Pro 32-inch offers an HD ready screen with a 60Hz display with a screen resolution of 1366×768 pixels and a 178-degree viewing angle. It also employs 20W (10×2) speakers and runs on the Xiaomi Patchwall UI. Before this launch in February, the brand had also debuted Mi TV 4X Pro 55-inch and the Mi TV 4A Pro 43-inch.

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