Xiaomi has announced a new television range in its home market, China with the launch of the new Mi TV 4C series. The new range comes as an upgrade to the previously launched Mi TV 4A series, which was launched earlier this year.
The new 4C range comprises of two models. There's a 43-inch model that features 1 GB RAM and 8 GB storage while the second one packs in a larger 55-inch display with 2 GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage. The 43-inch model is priced at CNY 1,849 (around Rs 18,000) with the bigger 55-inch model being priced at CNY 2,649 (around Rs 35,000).
Along with the price differences and the core hardware, both models also sport different display resolutions. The 43-inch 4C comes with a full HD panel, while the 55-inch 4C packs in a 4K HDR panel. However, both displays feature the same, ultra thin, 9 mm bezels.
As for the rest of the hardware, buyers will get a quad-core Amlogic T962 64-bit chipset that supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, Dolby and more. The TVs also support HDR 10 and do not include the Mi Bluetooth Remote Control, which is sold separately for CNY 99 (around Rs 1,000). As of writing this piece, there is no confirmation about the new 4C range arriving in India.