Xiaomi announces Mi TV 3S TV set

Xiaomi announces Mi TV 3S TV set

The smartphone maker Xiaomi has surprised everyone by announcing a new high-end TV set that is known as Mi TV 3S. The device is also curved, which makes it even more interesting and also the first Xiaomi TV set with a curved display.

So the Mi TV 3S comes with a 65-inch display that works at 3840 x 2160 pixels and that sports a 4000 mm curvature radius. Xiaomi says the Mi TV 3S has NTSC coverage of 78 per cent and a display that is just 5.9 mm thick in some spots. The TV set measures 1446.2 x 902.4 mm and weighs 28.5 kilograms. Inside the device looks like a computer or a smartphone – it has an MStar 6A928 processor, 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal memory as well as a number of ports that include USB 3.0, USB 2.0, VGA, Ethernet, HDMI 2.0, audio jacks and an antenna connector.

The new Xiaomi Mi TV 3S TV set runs Android under the MIUI user’s interface. The new TV set sells for USD 1385.

Source: Xiaomi

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