Xiaomi has released the Mi QLED TV 75 Ultra-HD Smart Android TV in India for Rs. 1,19,999. The 75-inch QLED TV from Xiaomi is the company’s largest and most costly television to date in India, and it supports high dynamic range content up to Dolby Vision. The television is powered by Android TV 10 and features both the stock Android TV interface and Xiaomi’s PatchWall user interface. The TV is part of the Mi QLED TV 4K range, which was launched in India recently and includes a 55-inch Ultra-HD TV.
Mi QLED TV 75 price and availability
At Rs. 1,19,999, the Mi QLED TV 75 is very expensive in comparison to the majority of Xiaomi’s television lineup. However, as opposed to other televisions of this size in the market, the Mi QLED TV 75 is significantly less expensive and more competitively priced, offering better value to consumers searching for a huge television with plenty of viewing room.
The television will be available for purchase on April 27th, both from the company’s own online store and through Flipkart. The new 75-inch television follows the Mi QLED TV 4K (Review) 55-inch television, which was released in India in December 2020 and costs Rs. 56,999 right now.
Mi QLED TV 75 specifications and features
The Mi QLED TV 75’s main feature is its 75-inch QLED screen, which has a 97 percent screen-to-body ratio and a 120Hz peak refresh rate. Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR10, and HLG are among the formats that embrace high dynamic range. The television also has 192 zones of full-array local dimming for more precise LED dimming and improved black conditions.
The TV’s sound system has a 30W rated performance and supports Dolby Audio and DTS-HD formats, with a six-driver system. Two tweeters, two full-range drivers, and two woofers make up the speaker system. And, according to Xiaomi, the speaker cavity on the Mi QLED TV 75 is significantly wider than on other televisions, allowing for quieter and clearer volume.
The Mi QLED TV 75 is powered by Android TV 10 and offers both the stock Android TV and Xiaomi’s PatchWall user interfaces. Customers can use either, depending on the Google Play store for Android TV to download common apps and games like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+ Hotstar. The TV supports up to Ultra-HD streaming and all HDR formats natively.
The television is equipped with a quad-core 64-bit A55 processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage for apps and files. The Mi QLED TV 75 has built-in Chromecast, as well as access to Google Assistant via the provided remote and hands-free voice commands via far-field microphones that can be turned on or off directly on the TV.
Furthermore, the new Mi TV will be rated as “Works With Alexa” in the coming weeks with a firmware upgrade, allowing users to connect with the TV using Echo smart speakers. HDMI 2.1 compatibility, ALLM (auto low-latency mode) for improved performance with game consoles, and a single centre stand for simple table-mounted positioning of the TV are among the other useful features and specifications on the Mi QLED TV 75.