Xiaomi Mi TV 5

Xiaomi Mi TV 5 Series to come with 4GB RAM, Faster Processor, and More

We are already aware of the fact that Xiaomi is planning to unveil its next-gen Smart TV lineup dubbed Mi TV 5 series in China. Along with this, the smartphone maker will also announce the Mi CC9 Pro and Mi Watch on November 5th. The Chinese company has already started teasing the product on its social media channels ahead of the launch. We now have yet another key feature of the product with us.

Xiaomi Mi TV 5 Series New Teaser Reveals Key Specs

Earlier today, Xiaomi added another teaser to its roster revealing the chipset as well as the storage of the upcoming television. As you can see from the above image, the Mi TV 5 series will run on the 12nm T972 chipset. The SoC is said to deliver 63 percent more performance than its predecessor. Furthermore, the processor also supports 8K video recording. The television also comes with 4GB of RAM along with 64GB onboard memory.

The previous teasers have also suggested the presence of a 4K QLED panel with a Quantum dot panel. For those who’re unaware, the previous lineup of the television features LCD or LED panels. Above all, the new Quantum dot panel offers NTSC 108 percent wide color gamut. Since the panel is coming from Samsung, we can expect better resolutions, higher contrast, deeper blacks, and HDR support.

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Sadly, none of the teasers reveals the design of the television. Since the launch event is nearing, we might see more teasers with deeper details in the coming days. Lastly, the television will follow the slim form factor.

Launch, Availability

As mentioned earlier, the television will see its official unveiling on November 5 in China. There is no word on the expected pricing as well as the availability details of the product. Considering the previous trends, we might see the television make its way to the Indian market after a couple of months.

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