Xiaomi becomes to revealed its plans to launch this Mi QLED 4K TV in India. The Chinese tech giant will host a “Quantum Leaps Ahead” event on December 16 at 12 pm to introduce television in the country.

Mi QLED 4K TV: Specifications

Xiaomi has already confirmed some key specifications of the TV. My QLED 4K TV, as the name suggests, will come with a 4K QLED panel. It will support Dolby Vision and HDR10 + in terms of images. As far as audio is concerned, the TV will have support for Dolby Audio and DTS-HD.

As you would expect from a Mi TV, the TV will offer the PatchWall user interface in terms of software. With the PatchWall user interface, you get many useful features including universal search, kids mode, smart recommendations, and live channels. We could expect the TV to have all the improvements that Xiaomi added in a recent Patchwall update, including the new user center and immersive carousel.

The QLED TV also supports Mi Quick Wake which allows you to wake up your TV in 5 seconds. Other confirmed features include support for HDMI 2.1, Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC), Automatic Low Latency Mode (ALLM), and Aomedia Video 1 (AV1) codec.

My QLED 4K TV may not be a rebranded Mi TV 5

While one would naturally think that this upcoming Mi QLED 4K TV would be a rebranded version of this Mi TV 5 / Pro launched in China in November last year, Xiaomi disagrees. In an interview with Financial Express, the company clarifies that it will not limit itself to changing the name of the series Mi TV 5.

“We could have launched a QLED TV nine months ago. Taking something that is available in China and launching it here is something we don’t want to do because we want to spend that little extra time and energy to make sure we can do full justice to the technology, to make it work at its best.

Xiaomi has also confirmed that the Mi QLED 4K TV will be made in India. We’ll learn the full specs, pricing, and availability when Xiaomi launches the QLED TV next week, so stay tuned for updates.

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