In advance of the holiday shopping season, Xiaomi India today unveiled new and competitive rates for Smart TVs across the Xiaomi and Redmi ranges. The Xiaomi and Redmi Smart TVs, which are powered by Patchwall, are renowned for offering a cutting-edge experience that thoroughly immerses viewers in their preferred content and transforms how India accesses content. Continue reading “Xiaomi and Redmi Smart TVs get new pricing for festive sale”
Mi India completed 5 years of the ‘Make in India’ initiative. Mi India was earlier manufacturing all of its smartphones in India via its manufacturing partners: Foxconn and Flex. However, the company has been ramping up its Indian smartphone manufacturing during the pandemic over the last 9 months. Continue reading “Xiaomi ramps up ‘Make in India’ initiative with new Smartphone and Smart TV factories”
Xiaomi’s second gen Mi TVs launched in India a few weeks back, and we’ve been putting the 49-inch 4A Pro through its paces. With some surprises and a bit more polish, the Mi TV 4A Pro 49-inch looks like it has perfected the winning formula. Follow along for our full review.
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The Mi TV is here. It would be safe to say that this is the next big category for Xiaomi in India. A 55 inch 4K HDR capable television panel for Rs. 39,999? By any measure that’s a steal but Xiaomi’s hardware is usually only part of the equation. Similar to MIUI on their phones, the company has worked hard to introduce the Patchwall interface on their television. More than just an interface, it is a paradigm shift in how television makers approach usability. So how well does the entire package work? Read on to find out. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi TV 4 Review”