Xiaomi Mi TV 4 will be available for purchase once again in India on Tuesday, February 27 in the second round of flash sales. The new Mi TV 4 will be in stock on Mi.com, Flipkart, and Mi Home offline stores starting 12pm IST on Tuesday, but being a flash sale, we can expect the TV to go out of stock pretty soon. This Mi TV 4 sale comes soon after the inaugural sale on Thursday, February 22 that saw the most expensive Xiaomi product in India go out of stock in 10 seconds, according to the company. The Chinese brand has not clarified how many units were up for sale in the first round.
The Mi TV 4 price in India is Rs. 39,999, making it the most expensive Xiaomi product launched in India so far. In terms of launch offers, buyers of the Xiaomi Mi LED TV 4 get free 3-month subscriptions (worth Rs. 619) to Sony Liv and Hungama Play, the Mi IR cable (worth Rs. 299), and on-site installation worth Rs. 1,099 for free. The 11-button Mi Remote that's bundled with the TV can be used to control a set-top box apart from the television itself, using the Mi IR cable priced at Rs. 299.
The Mi LED TV 4 model comes with a 55-inch LED display panel, though in China the Xiaomi had launched it in 49-inch and 65-inch variants as well. The TV supports 4K (3840x2160 pixels) resolution and HDR, and measures only 4.9mm in total thickness. Notably, the panel offers a viewing angle of 178-degrees and has a response time of 8ms.
The TV is powered by a 64-bit quad-core Amlogic Cortex-A53 SoC clocked up to 1.8GHz, coupled with Mali-T830 graphics. It comes with 2GB of RAM and features 8GB of storage. It also features Dolby+DTS Cinema Audio, with two 8W duct inverted speakers, as well as Xiaomi's AI-powered PatchWall UI that has been redesigned for the Indian market. The PatchWall UI offers personalised recommendations and universal search.
In terms of connectivity, the Xiaomi Mi TV 4 includes three HDMI 2.0 ports, two USB (one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0) ports, an Ethernet port, an S/PDIF port, dual-band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) Wi-Fi 802.11ac, and Bluetooth 4.0.
Xiaomi promises more than 500,000 hours of content, of which 80 percent will be free. The content will be available in 15 Indic languages. Content partners include Hotstar, Voot, Voot Kids, Sony Liv, Hungama Play, Zee5, Sun NXT, ALT Balaji, Viu, TVF, and Flickstree.