Xiaomi at the beginning of 2017 showcased its new Mi TV 4 series at the CES 2017 trade show. The company is now upgrading the TV 4 series and introducing its all-new Mi TV 4A series in China.
The all-new Mi TV 4A will be marketed as a smart TV with AI-based speech recognition. The new MI TV 4A series include four screen-sizes – 43, 49, 55, and 65-inches, and they will be available in AI with speech recognition and non-AI variants.
The Xiaomi Mi TV 4A is indeed a high-end TV series, packing a quad-core 64-bit high-performance Amlogic T962 clocked at 1.5GHz while the graphics aspect is powered by a Mali 450 750MHz GPU. The processor backed by 2GB DDR4 of RAM. The device also offers up to 32GB eMMC5.1 flash memory on all the versions. The Mi TV 4A is available in four different display sizes, the base model comes with 43 inches display size which is closely followed by a 49-inch model, then a 55-inch model and finally, a 65-inch model. The 43-inch and 49-inch models feature a 1080p resolution on their displays, while the 55-inch and 65-inch models are the high-end versions both having 4K display resolution a piece.
One spectacular feature on the Mi TV 4A series is that they all come with support for HDR10 and the latest UHD HLG while also supporting the Dolby Vision format. The Mi TV 4A comes in Smart just like Xiaomi’s range of Mi TV, sporting a dual-band WiFi connection, as well as Bluetooth 4.2. The Bluetooth connectivity allows the TV to connect with accessories such as Bluetooth mouse, speakers, keyboard, gaming pad and others. Apart from the base model with 43 inches, all other versions of the Mi TV 4A come with Artificial Intelligence voice control which allows it to switch to a particular TV program with voice command, activated via the remote control.
In addition, the Mi TV 4A comes with the third generation of Xiaomi TV remote control which adds a voice control button in the mix. The remote also supports Mi Touch function. There is a rotational navigation button which can also allow operation when it is swiped to either left or right. The remote control also supports Bluetooth and infrared connectivities and can be used to control the cable TV set-top box.