A few days ago we told you about its imminent presentation, and today we can already confirm that Xiaomi TV Master Series, the Chinese manufacturer’s leap to OLED technology in their televisions is already a reality. The bad news is that, at the moment, it will only be for sale in the Chinese market. However, and since the manufacturer has already brought other models of televisions to Spain, it can be expected that in a while it will be available in our country.
Although its name invites you to think about future models with this same technology, at the moment the Xiaomi TV Master Series refers exclusively to a TV with a 65-inch OLED screen, with 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160 points), a refresh rate of 120 hertz and a brightness of 1,000 nits. Without a doubt, just seeing this, it is already clear that it is a premium product within the manufacturer’s catalog, and we will confirm it later when we see its price.
Regarding its electronics, the Xiaomi TV Master Series has a quad-core Cortex A73 processor, a Mali-G52 C1 GPU, 3 gigabytes of RAM and 32 gigs of storage capacity. I admit that at this point I find it a little scarce to be a product presented in 2020, I think I would have expected a minimum of 64 Gb. The management of the device falls on MIUI for TV, the operating system designed by the manufacturer for its televisions.
If we talk about sound, the manufacturer has opted for a three-dimensional system Consisting of five channels: two main 12.5 watts each, two other 10-watt speakers to provide the 3D surround effect and, to complete the equation, a 20-watt subwoofer. It is compatible with Dolby Audio, Dolby Atmos and DTD-HD. In the input direction, it integrates four microphones that can be used to control the Xiaomi TV Master Series by voice.
As for connectivity, the Xiaomi TV Master Series does not fall short. It has three HDMI ports, one AV, one ATV / DTMB, two USB and one Ethernet port. And if we go to wireless connections, it has Dual band wifi connectivity and Bluetooth 5.0. This combination of wired and wireless connections ensure connectivity in virtually any circumstance.
If you look at its design, although it does not provide any particularly revolutionary element, its edges stand out or, to be more exact, its practically non-existent edges. So much so that The device-screen ratio of the Xiaomi TV Master Series is a surprising 98%.
You are surely wondering about the price of the Xiaomi TV Master Series. As we have already indicated at the beginning, it will only be available in China, the market in which will be priced at 13,000 yuan, about 1,600 euros to change. However, even in the event that it ends up reaching the Spanish market, it is most likely that its price will be higher than this conversion.
The Xiaomi TV Master Series entry: everything you need to know is original by MuyComputer