Xiaomi launches Redmi TV 4 all the way to India worth RS 39,999
Xiaomi Chinese company successfully launched Redmi TV 4 in its first launch of the year “2018”. The company has introduced a new category TV in India with model Redmi TV 4 having the latest specifications.
The Xiaomi Redmi TV 4 features a 4K panel with HDR10 and has an angular design with a minimum thickness of just 4.9mm. You get Wi-Fi ac as well as Bluetooth 4.0, so you can hook up your wireless audio gear or connect a keyboard and mouse to the TV. Other specs include an Amlogic T968 chipset, 2GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage, three HDMI ports, two USB ports, along with Ethernet, S/PDIF, and RCA connectors.
The Mi TV 4 also supports OTT service providers like Hotstar, Voot, Sony LIV, Hungama Play, and ALTBalaji, and while Prime Video isn’t available just yet, Xiaomi assures that the streaming service should be live on the platform in a few weeks’ time. YouTube and Netflix are also missing from the platform at launch.
There’s no shortage of content, however, as the total programming from the services comes to around 500,000 hours. Around 80% of it is free, making it much more accessible to those yet to make the switch to paid OTT services.
However, when we’re talking about a TV, the hardware gets all the focus. That isn’t the case with the Xiaomi’s Mi TV 4, as the amount of time and effort Xiaomi invested in customizing the interface is unheard of in the Indian market. The PatchWall interface highlights content relevant to your interests the home screen is broken into several sections, and you can easily navigate to your desired category.
The home tab shows recommendations, what’s new and trending, as well as TV inputs and apps. The VIP section is where you’ll find paid services, and there are also dedicated tabs for movies, TV shows, sports, and kid-friendly programming.
This market strategy looks like Xiaomi wants to collapse the Indian TV market with its best product Redmi TV 4 with a budget range and best specifications available.