Xiaomi introduced its first OLED TVs – only in China, of course. The first model in the Master Series series promises to stay in place not only for watching movies, but also for gaming, while also trying to stay friendly with its pricing.
The 65-inch, 4K-resolution television, known as Mi TV Master, The OLED panel also produces a refresh rate of 120 hertz. The panel, which is otherwise from LG's production lines, features a percussive maximum brightness of 1000 nits and a 178-degree viewing angle, and covers 98.5 percent of the DCI-P3's color gamut – Dolby Vision, HDR and HDR10 + blades have also been added to the device. The head of the players would be twisted by the manufacturer in Automatic Low Latency mode, which allows the device's response time to be set to 1 millisecond – but VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and HDMI 2.1 support is also in the deck.
As for the design, the coffees could be shaved almost completely off the sides of the device by Xiaomi, barely 4.6 millimeters thin. The device rests on a relatively wide pedestal at the bottom center. The enclosure also features two 12.5-watt right and left speakers, two 10-watt “surround” speakers, and a 20-watt, 50-hertz, “ultra-low” subwoofer.
The TV features a quad-core Mediatek MT9650 SoC and a Mali-G52 MC1 GPU with 3 gigabytes of RAM and 32 gigabytes of internal storage. The back of the device can hold three HDMI, two USB-A and one S / PDIF and one LAN connectors, and the device can also be connected via Bluetooth 5.0 and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The device will hit stores in China later this week for $ 1,840 – details of the international expansion have not yet been released.
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