Xiaomi Mi TV Lux 65-inch launched with 4K 120Hz OLED Panel

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Xiaomi has launched its first-ever OLED smart TV- Mi TV Lux 65-inch in China under the Mi TV Master Series. Powered by a quad-core processor it comes with dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and support for Dolby Atmos. 

The Mi TV Lux 65-inch has 4K OLED 120 Hz panel with 3840 × 2160 resolution, 178-degree viewing angles, and 98.8 per cent screen-to-body ratio with minimal bezels all-around. The panel is housed inside a 4.6mm metal frame. 

The display supports up to 1000 nits of peak brightness, 98.5 per cent DCI-P3 colour gamut, 1000000:1 contrast ratio, HDR10+, MEMC, Dolby Vision and 1ms response time.

The television is powered by a MediaTek MTK9650 CPU and Mali-G52 MC1 GPU paired with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. It runs MIUI for TV based on the Android TV operating system with Patchwall content aggregation service.

For audio, there is a 9 unit speaker system that gives an output of 65W. The speaker system includes two 12.5W units for the left and right channels, two 10W units for surround sound, and a 20W subwoofer with 50Hz ultra-low frequency. It also features a 4-mic array for XiaoAI voice assistant.

In terms of connectivity, you get 3 HDMI (one supporting eARC), 2 USB, 1 S/PDIF, 1 RJ45 Ethernet, 1 optical, 1 AV, and 1 ATV port. There is also dual-band WiFi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0 available.

Xiaomi has priced the Mi TV Lux 65-inch at 12999 yuan (around Rs. 1,37,699) and it will go on sale in China on 3rd July via Xiaomi China website. As of now, Xiaomi hasn’t shared details about international pricing or availability of this TV.

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