True to the appointment, Xiaomi has officially presented its first smart TV with an OLED panel, the Xiaomi TV Master 65 ″ OLED, a smart TV that supports a maximum resolution 4K, with a modern and current design, which stands out for offering a OLED panel with a maximum refresh rate of 120 Hz and a response time of 1 millisecond, an ideal solution for games, as the company emphasizes.
To this must be added that the panel also has a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits, a maximum contrast of 1,000,000: 1, support for the DCI-P3 color space of 98.5%, 10-bit color depth, and more. to be compatible with HDR10 + and Dolby Vision technologies.
Continuing with image quality, this model has a separate APU for adjust the quality dynamically according to the scenes displayed on the screen, featuring more than 20 algorithms for image quality, color, clarity and contrast, and is even capable of bringing low-resolution movies to 4K playback clarity.
At the sound level, it has a 3D panoramic sound system, made up of a Dolby Atmos speaker system with 5 channels in total, avoiding the need to use a speaker bar or other sound solutions. In this sense, its powerful subwoofer stands out, but above all, its innovative technology that allows sound to bounce off the ceiling for a greater sense of three-dimensionality.
And in terms of its design, this model is frameless and has very narrow edges, supported by a lower glass base located in the central part, that stands out for a curious floating light system.
Inside, the Xiaomi TV Master 65 ″ OLED has a four-core Mediatek A73 processor, Mali G52 GPU, 3GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, in addition to bringing 3 HDMI connectors (one of them HDMI 2.1), 2 USB connectors, an ethernet connector, plus AV input, antenna input and optical output for external speakers.
At the level of wireless connectivity, it has support for ac WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, and infrared. It also has support for the voice remote control, intelligent control for the contents, support for Xiao AI, Xiaomi’s virtual assistant, all incorporated into its MIUI for TV operating system.
Its price is about 12,999 yuan, about 1,638 euros to change. The bad thing is that, for now, it will stay in the Chinese market.
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