Xiaomi today announced a trio of new TVs supporting Google’s Android TV OS. The new TVs will replace the ones that Xiaomi launched six months ago (except the 32-inch variant) and will be available from early next month in 32-inch Mi LED TV 4C Pro, 49-inch Mi LED TV 4A Pro and 55-inch sizes Mi LED TV 4 Pro.
Unlike regular Android TVs that come with Google’s vanilla user interface, the new TVs gives users the option to use the stock interface or PatchWall. Xiaomi’s PatchWall brings its own set of advantages to the TV like the endless content scrolling from its partners and controlling the DTH connection with the same remote control.
The remote control has also undergone a slight change. It now comes with a mic that can be used to control the TV via Google Assistant. Moreover, the TVs now support apps, thanks to Google Play Services support and comes with built-in cast feature.
The smallest TV supports HD (720p) resolution while the 49-inch one outputs at Full HD (1080p) and HDR. The largest in the series supports 4K and HDR
All televisions come with 20W speakers, DTS-HD support, 3 HDMIs and 2 USB ports, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
The TVs go on sale from October 9. The 32-inch is priced at Rs. 14,999, 49-inch for Rs. 29,999 and 55-inch for Rs. 49,999.
As for existing TVs, they will get the new Android TV update starting next year.