5 things you need to know about the new Xiaomi Mi TV 4A

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Mi TV 4A: Screen size and resolution

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India’s television market is in the process of a much-needed reform. The entire trend seems to be shifting more towards smart, advanced features that weren’t possible to think of some 5 years ago. And above everything else, affordability is bound to a play a key role sooner or later when it comes to mass acceptance. Enter Xiaomi’s latest Mi TV 4A.

Within three weeks of their debut in India’s television market with Mi TV 4, Xiaomi launched a new series called Mi TV 4A in two screen sizes: 32-inch and 43-inch. For starters, Mi TV 4A series was first unveiled in China last year, featuring a variety of screen sizes. Some of the bigger models over there even have AI-based speech recognition to offer. Isn’t that great?

We can’t deny the possibility of Xiaomi showing some love and magic of such advanced features here in India as well in the near future. But before that happens, you may want to know about Xiaomi’s most recent additions.

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Screen size and resolution

First things first, Xiaomi Mi TV 4A has two models: 32-inch and 43-inch. Previously, folks at Xiaomi India announced the company’s first ever Mi TV4 in India, featuring a bigger 55-inch screen size. Hence, it seems like Xiaomi wants to establish a presence across all screen sizes. But since we are talking about Mi TV 4A in this article, let’s see what they are all about.

One of the basic models of Xiaomi Mi TV 4A has a 32-inch LED screen featuring HD resolution of 1366 x 768. Meanwhile, the 43-inch variant has a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. Both the models have a refresh rate of 60Hz and a typical response time of 6.5ms. So these wouldn’t be bad options for gaming either, but that’s something we can assess only after we put them to test. The claimed viewing angles stand at 178 degrees. All we can say for now is they are standard options one can find while buying a new TV.

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