As usual, Redmi is back in the news once again with a new budget-friendly product. However, this time, the difference is that it isn’t about a new smartphone rather it is about a new budget-friendly 4K LED Smart TV series. Redmi has launched three TVs under the Redmi Smart TV X banner. All three TV’s comes with 4K HDR LED screens. All three TVs have the PatchWall UI in addition to the stock Android TV UI same as Xiaomi’s Mi range of Smart TVs. Let us get to know about the Redmi Smart TV X series much more below.
Redmi Smart TV X series price
As mentioned earlier, the TVs’ under this series are all budget-friendly and contains three TVs. The three TVs mainly differ in size. The 50-inch model is marked at ₹32,999, the 55-inch model is marked at ₹38,999 and the 65-inch model is marked at ₹57,999.
Redmi has officially announced that the TV series will be on for sale from March 25. The TVs will be available for purchase on multiple platforms like Amazon, the Xiaomi online store. The TV series is also said to be available in offline stores like Mi Home and Mi Studio offline stores. Even other offline partner stores of Xiaomi will have the TV for sale.
Redmi Smart TV X series specs
The TVs will have a 4K LED display and run on Android 10 and will have the stock Android launcher and will also have access to Google Assistant and Google Chromecast. It is also highly likely that the Redmi Smart X TV series will feature the same PatchWall UI facility which is currently available on the Xiaomi TVs. The TVs will be powered by a 64-bit quad-core Mediatek processor which will be backed by 2GB of RAM. The TVs will also have 16GB of internal storage for storing apps. The TVs will also feature Dolby Vision and HDR10+ facility along with Reality Flow and Vivid Picture Engine for a better viewing experience. The TVs will also feature an ALLM (Auto Low-Latency Mode) mode for a better gaming experience.
In terms of sound, the TV will support a number of Various sound formats including Dolby Audio for the inbuilt speakers and Dolby Atmos pass-through over eARC, and DTS Virtual:X.
As for the connectivity options, the TVs will include three HDMI 2.1 ports with one supporting eARC, two USB ports, dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity, optical and 3.5mm audio connectivity, and Bluetooth 5.0.
That will be all for now folks. Make sure to stay tuned to this website for more updates.
Disclaimer- All the information provided in this article is gathered from various sources like rumours and leaks. So, the actual information which will be released by the company in the future may vary.