Xiaomi is holding a new conference today. The company plans to release multiple devices at the event including the Xiaomi Mi5S. As of now, the company has launched new Xiaomi Mi TV 3s starting $524. The Mi TV 3s 55-inch version is priced at 3499 yuan ($524). While the 65 inch Mi TV 3s comes in two versions [normal and Home Theatre edition], priced at 4999 yuan ($750) and 5999 yuan ($899).
The Xiaomi Mi TV 3s sports an original Samsung true 4K screen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160pixels. It features a thin metal aluminum frame with champagne diamond pattern and brushed metal America back. It measures 9.9mm at its thinnest point. The TV is powered by a 64-bit flagship processor. The new TV features rear surround speakers that are wireless. The multi-channel sound system adds a new sub-woofer and surround speakers. The new independent sound design features four custom speakers that offer full coverage of high school low frequency.
Other features include HDR with the fifth generation of HD engine and PatchWall. The PatchWall puzzle wall magazine-style layout offers your content in a more intuitive layout. The new Mi TV offers different people with the different content presentation. The PatchWall puzzle wall offers endless stretches of stream and waterfall Journal style layout.
The AI system [PatchWall puzzle wall] continues learning from you and your family’s habits. It offers more accurate intelligent recommendation function. The company calls it ‘Mi Brain’ that automatically recommend good movies out of over by 440 000 films and videos. The Mi TV now supports synchronous update Kara OK music library, which means that within two hours it will be able to obtain the latest tracks. This is done in collaboration with Ray Stone KTV. For those who are not aware, a Ray Stone KTV professional wireless microphone can also be used with the Mi TV to sing. The Mi TV also has exclusive broadcast rights of the Rio Olympics and European Cup in France. So, there is no shortage of content for users. In fact, the content of Mi TV has increased by over 1.8 times in last six months.