Xiaomi has been making aggressive developments in the TV sector with their PatchWall UI based smart TVs. The Chinese manufacturer introduced a new Youth Version of the Mi TV 4A in China recently which is a 43-inches model. Less than a few months ago Xiaomi introduced the 43-inch Mi TV 4A in India and also a 32-inch model in the same series. However, in China, Xiaomi has already introduced many variants of the Mi Smart TV in the 43, 49, 55, and 65-inch models. Besides that, later Xiaomi also introduced the 40-inch model in its home country.
The highlight of the Mi TV series in its both 4A and 4C models are the thin bezels, exceptional picture quality in 4K and its smart features. It is also noteworthy that this youth model series of the 4A and 4C TVs by Xiaomi comes at a cheaper price than the standard Mi TV 4 range. With new debuts in its line-up in very close succession, Xiaomi is offering more and more options to its users within a low-price range. Talking about the new youth model of the Mi TV 4A which Xiaomi has released in China, the TV comes a trimmed down version of the original Mi TV 4A which comes at a higher price compared to this latest debut. In China, the Mi TV 4A Youth Version has started selling at the price of CNY 1,699 which is roughly Rs 17,800. The 40-inch model of the Mi TV 4A also sells at the same price.
On to the specifications of the new TV, The Mi TV 4A Youth Edition ships with a Full HD display 1920×1080 pixels resolution. The screen also offers a refresh rate of 60Hz. To take the visual experience up a notch, the TV also has a viewing angle of 178-degrees. In terms of performance the Mi TV 4A Youth Edition is powered by a quad-core Amlogic Cortex-A53 processor, clocked at 1.5GHz, and Mali-450 GPU for graphics which come coupled with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of inbuilt storage.
The dimension of the device measures up to 965.89×607.89×233.22mm (including base), and the weight of the TV measures about 7.58kg (7.44kg without base). As for the connectivity, this new model of the Mi TV 4A offers an array of options like Wi-Fi, two HDMI (one ARC) ports, two USB ports, one Ethernet port, one AV component port, and one S/PDIF audio port. To boast of a good quality audio-visual experience on the TV, Xiaomi has also rolled out the DTS-HD and two 6W speakers, which will be accompanied with add-ons like the voice control feature on the TV where users will be able to control their television without touching the remote.
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