Xiaomi has launched the Mi TV 5 Pro series in an event in China on Sunday. The lineup consists of TVs in three different screen sizes - 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch. The Mi TV 5 Pro series TVs comes equipped with Quantum Dot QLED display panel, which supports HDR10+, MEMC motion compensation, 8K decoding, and 108 percent NTSC colour gamut. Xiaomi is eyeing the premium segment with the Mi TV 5 Pro lineup.
According to the company, the MEMC dynamic image-quality compensation technology that allows smoother motion pictures and shows details in a crisp and clear manner. The TV is powered by a 12nm Amlogic T972 chipset with support for 8K video recording. It is claimed to be 63 percent higher than the previous-generation CPU.
The Mi TV 5 Pro sports 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The new Smart TV comes with Xiaomi's PatchWall user interface. As rumoured, it also supports Dolby Audio and DTS HD Sound.
Other specifications of the Mi TV 5 Pro includes measurements of 5.9m in thickness, which is less than the thickness of the iPhone, 11 measuring 8.1mm. To compare it to the Mi TV 4, the bezel surrounding the display is 47.1 percent narrower. It measures 1.8mm. The TV is built from aluminium and it sports a screw-less design.
As for the pricing, Mi TV 5 Pro pricing starts at 3,699 Yuan (US $530). The 65-inch and 75-inch models are priced at 4,999 (US $714) Yuan and 9,999 Yuan (US $1285).