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Xiaomi released a tv very large to days of pandemic

Sporting events need to be moments where more are sold televisions in the world, and surely that was my thinking Xiaomi when it planned the launch of its new TV: NETWORK TV Max.

Surely, the brand subsidiary of china Xiaomi thought that the Olympic Games, the european Championship and Copa America would be good allies for the marketing of this product, but didn’t have the coronavirus.

However, the pandemic can also be an opportunity for a TV with LCD panel of 98 inches, with 4K resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, with a screen that has a gamut of NTSC colors 85%, compatibility with HDR, and a small backlight 192 levels to improve the quality of the image.

Because today more than ever before, without the option of going to the cinema, a screen of this size, almost the dimensions of a panel projector, you can compensate for the stay at home and watch series or movies by streaming.

This tv uses a processor Cortex A55 64-bit, and a graphics processing unit or GPU Mali-G31 MP2. In the interior we find a memory RAM of 4GB and 64GB of storage. The Redmi TV Max uses PatchWall as your operating system in China, although at the international level was decanted, most likely, by a version more clean Android TV, a system that at least Xiaomi has already used in other devices.

Xiaomi RED TV Max

At the level of the sound, has two speakers of 8W each, compatible with Dolby sound Audio and DTS-HD. In terms of connectivity, the television features two HDMI ports, one HDMI ARC, two USB ports, AV, S/PDIF, plus the possibility to connect to the Wifi network such as by Bluetooth.

The Redmi TV Max was presented during the sunset over the mobile Redmi K30 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro Zoom Edition and will be on sale starting April 9 in China.

This tv almost 70 pounds of weight will cost about $2,800, a price overly cheap considering that other brands ‘ models around $13,000 dollars.

For now there is no information on the global expansion of this product of the company, with headquarters in Beijing.

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