Mi TV Pro is coming to India. Mi QLED 4K TV India launch will happen on December 16, teased with the tagline ‘Quantum Leaps Ahead’. The company confirmed it will be launching a new 4K QLED TV in India on December 16. While the product name is yet to be confirmed, it is expected to be Mi TV 5 Pro.
The Mi TV 5 Pro was launched in China in late 2019, it’s a quantum-dot LED display.
Xiaomi is trying to focus more in the more premium television segment. It’s already the number one television brand in the country, but the premium segment is led by the likes of Sony, LG and Samsung.
An upgrade over the regular LED display panels, the upcoming Mi QLED TVs will feature a special layer of quantum dots. The QLED panels come with quantum dots in comparison to LED panels which will help to deliver an improved brightness and colours, in turn offering better picture performance.
Xiaomi will go up against the likes of Samsung, Realme, TCL, OnePlus, which already offer QLED models in India. Mi TVs have always been very aggressive in terms of pricing, so the Xiaomi QLED TV will be priced very competitively. The Mi QLED models will be affordable compared to the competition.
The Mi TV 5 Pro series will include televisions of multiple sizes. Launched in China in November 2019, Mi TV 5 Pro series will be available in sizes of 55 inches, 65 inches and 75 inches.
Mi TV 5 Pro will feature QLED panels, where all the size options will come with Ultra-HD QLED screens offering a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. Mi TV 5 Pro in China starrs at CNY 3,699 (around Rs 41,700). Mi TV 5 Pro India price is expected to start at either Rs 44,999 or Rs 49,999 for the 55-inch variant.
The Mi TV 5 Pro will have HDR support running on Android TV in addition to PatchWall launcher. Mi TV 5 Pro will pack in 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The 5 Pro series will be the most premium televisions ever launched by Xiaomi in the country, and Mi TV 5 Pro will play a pivotal role to help the brand solidify it’s position in the premium segment of high-end TVs.