Xiaomi Mi ART TV with 65-inch 4K HDR screen launched at Rs 72,000 approximately

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Xiaomi has announced its one of the biggest TV yet in China today. The Chinese giant has launched its 65-inch Mi ART TV in its homeland. It is priced at 6999 Yuan, which translates to approximately Rs 72,000. It will be available for sale starting today. Let’s talk about the specification of this new MI TV. 

MI ART TV Specifications

Dubbed as an “ART” TV, this new MI TV comes with a special Art mode, which when turned ON will showcase artwork from 45 artists. This artwork would be spread across 22 genres. Further, if you’re not interested to showcase that artwork you can just opt to show your personalised pictures, or family portraits, or other images. 

The primary reason to create this mode is to blend the Television with the artwork posted on your wall. Xiaomi has gone ahead and implemented a flat back panel, which allows for a cleaner look on your walls. The 13.9 mm aluminum frame would blend nicely on the wall at your home. 

Xiaomi MI ART TV

This 65-inch large panel comes with a 4K HDR resolution. The company teases that this sleek design is achieved by separating the connectivity ports. There is an MI Port, which is said to offer 18Gbps data transmission and 400W power supply. 

Additionally, the audio support includes a six-channel sounder and a separate sub-woofer with Dolby and DTS-HD audio support. The built-in far-field microphones on the speaker output allow you to operate smart devices over its IOT setup using AI technology. Also, it comes with Patchwall and AI Bluetooth voice remote. 

Talking more about the MI ART TV, it comes with a 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It is powered by a 1.8GHz Quad-core Amologic processor. The ports include 2x USB, Ethernet, and 3 x HDMI. What do you guys think of the new MI ART TV? Let us know in the comment section below.    

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