Xiaomi Q1 HDR

Mi TV Q1 – New 75 inch Android TV from Xiaomi

Along with the global version of its flagship Mi 11, Xiaomi has also introduced a 75-inch premium 4K QLED TV at a relatively affordable price point. The novelty boasts a refresh rate of 120 Hz, 192-zone dynamic local dimming and a full array of LEDs, support for HDR + and other modern technologies.

 

Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75 has a metal body and very thin, almost invisible frames. The stand is quite massive and also made of metal. With quantum dot technology and 100% NTSC coverage with 1.07 billion color variations and 1,024 color tones, the TV delivers a lifelike cinematic experience.

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The TV demonstrates an impressively high refresh rate. Combined with three HDMI 2.1 ports, Ethernet and low latency mode (ALLM), the Mi TV Q1 75 is also positioned as an ideal TV for gamers and streamers. Its sonic performance is also impressive: a 30W sound system with two tweeters and four woofers delivers crystal-clear sound. The manufacturer claims support for Dolby Audio and DTS-HD.

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On the software side, Android TV 10 comes pre-loaded with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube apps. The corresponding buttons for quick launch of services, as well as a microphone for voice search, are located on the standard remote control. In addition, there is a microphone in the TV itself, so you can control the TV and other connected smart devices using your voice from a distance of up to three meters. Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are supported.

Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75 will be available for purchase in Europe next month at a price of 1,299 euros. On the first day of sales, it will be available for 999 euros (limited quantity).

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