Last night, Xiaomi unveiled its new 55-inch TV called OLED Vision 55 TV for the Indian market. This product is equipped with an OLED panel with a resolution of 2160 × 3840, however, the manufacturer did not release specific details from the panel maker of this TV. However, it is said that this is the same WRGB panel from LG that most companies use in the construction of smart TVs. Stay tuned to Lyon Tak.
It is a 10-bit (1 billion color) panel with a 60Hz refresh rate that supports the DCI-P3 color gamut with 98.5% coverage. Xiaomi’s new TV is equipped with Dolby Vision IQ technology that can adjust the brightness of the device automatically according to the ambient light.
Xiaomi has unveiled the OLED Vision 55 TV
Also, OLED Vision 55 TV is HDR10 Plus, HLG and IMAX Enhanced certified. In terms of sound, Xiaomi has used a 30-watt speaker system with support for surround sound standards such as Dolby Atmos and DTS X, which makes for a better user experience.
Looking at the entrance and exit port, we see good facilities in this section; It has three HDMI 2.1 * ports (one of which supports eARC), two USB ports, Ethernet, composite input, optical output and headphone jack. Xiaomi has put a star above the name of the HDMI 2.1 port, because these ports are not actually HDMI 2.1, but HDMI 2.0, but with a few modifications by the manufacturer, they can now be used as HDMI 2.1.
An application mode on OLED Vision 55 TV is ALLM technology, or low automatic mode, which automatically and when it detects a signal from the console, puts the TV in play mode. Of course, if you are a gamer and this product has caught your attention, we should note that the new Xiaomi TV does not support variable update rates and is limited to only 60 Hz.
Technical specifications of the new Xiaomi TV
MediaTek 9617 chip consists of four Cortex-A73 cores and Mali G52 MC1 GPU. Also, this product has 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. Xiaomi OLED Vision 55 TV supports Android 11 operating system, and if you wish, you can access more than 30 different contents (you need to install them first) by installing the custom Patchwall UI user interface.
According to the information received, the Xiaomi OLED Vision 55 TV will be available from May 19 (May 29) at a price of 89,999 rupees (about $ 1175). No specific details have been released since the release of this product to the global market.