Xiaomi is expected to unveil the Mi TV 6 and Mi TV ES 2022 series of low-cost smart TVs on June 28 in China, according to reports.
Xiaomi has confirmed that the Mi TV 6 series will be released in China on June 28. The company announced yesterday that the new television line will be accompanied by the Mi TV ES 2022 smart TV series. Some of the company’s specifications and price range have even been teased.
What do we know about the Xiaomi Mi TV ES 2022?
The upcoming Mi TV ES 2022 series will cost around 4000 yuan, according to Xiaomi Mi TV’s official Weibo account. According to the company, these models will have unique features in the price segment to which they will be assigned.
Furthermore, the Chinese OEM has confirmed some of these televisions’ specifications. The panel used in the Mi TV ES 2022 series, according to the company, will support multi-zone local dimming. The screen is said to have improved color accuracy and brightness.
The TVs will also have a full-screen design, as well as a slim body and metal frame. For hands-free voice control, they’ll have better built-in speakers and far-field microphones.
They will also come with more RAM for improved performance. The TVs will be compatible with the Chinese brand ecosystem and will come with eye protection and low blue light certifications. Finally, the Mi TV ES 2022 series will be available in three sizes: 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch.
On the other hand, the Mi TV 6 will feature truly incredible and uncompromising high-end products. What’s an example? For video calls and control with 48-megapixel gestures, there’s a dual selfie camera. Furthermore, they will be high-end products designed for “professional” gaming. It’s no surprise that they’re Xbox Series X / S and PlayStation 5 TVs.
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