Mushkil khan, 24 Mar 2016can any one tell me its registered android Tv or softwear based..LED Customised android tv, you could watch on youtube mi tv3 and mi tv2, sadly no english version
Nice, btw where can I download that beautifull stairs wallpaper? :-)
whitedragon, 24 Mar 2016People like me are why we don't have nice things!?!
Quite the opposite.
People like me have ... moreMake life simple, if you want the best tv money can buy, try the latest OLED tv by LG(picture-on-glass one). If you want the best phone money can buy buy the S7 or wait till Note 6. Or 6s if you want fluidity.
And if a company can offer a product with 80% the quality of the best stuff on the market costing only 50% the price. Then I don't understood why you might think that you have the right to hate.
If you really were someone important enough, we'd crave to listen to what you have to say. But you're nothing more than a loser (might be no better than me) going around shaming people who are not solvent in a way and boasting how intelligent you are.
In reality, it's not the manufactures that you're mad with, but in yourself, cause you never managed to achieve the dream that you fostered in your heart ever since you were little. now your just mad with world that crushed your dream and turned you into this shell of a person with nothing in the inside.
I might be wrong, but if am not then just listen to this one last advice I'm about to give you, don't lose hope, you'll be crushed you'll be torn may be till death frees you from wretched body, but from the moment you lose hope, you become what you are right now, A cocky, thinks-he-knows-it-all, smug loser who can never appreciate the other peoples fame or happiness.
can any one tell me its registered android Tv or softwear based..LED
Anonymous, 23 Mar 2016So you are just a hater. I hope no one takes your paragraph of garbage seriously. People like ... morePeople like me are why we don't have nice things!?!
Quite the opposite.
People like me have been buying top tier parts and supporting the 'industry' for decades.
I am an enthusiast who raises awareness why we need higher quality parts (that last a longer time period), rather than cheap 'knock off' crud, designed to be replaced year in year out.
I moonlight as a home theatre installer. I give technology/purchasing advice to a township of around three thousand people, with an average age of sixty-seven years. These people can do with a little assistance when it comes to making sense of the 'marketing BS'.
If my comment sounded negative, I was just trying to bring a sense of reality to the comments. (That the most important metric, for a monitor, is going to be the picture quality, of which colour response and contrast matter most (for everyone), and that for me, full motion resolution is VERY important. If your not a gamer, then it probably doesn't matter.)
If I hurt your feelings because you like cheap parts that 'sound as good' as more expensive parts, then, welcome to the Internet.
I can only hope you came online to learn something. Maybe you did.
A trend I have seen occur here on GSM arena has followed the average selling price of Android phones....
Years ago GSM arena had a lot of professionals come visit the website. It is, by its very nature 'quite technical'.
Mostly the realm of smart phones has been by professionals (In the nineties I would use a Psion 5MX and a Sony Ericsson phone, with an added infrared modem unit, to give me mobile data to my 'organiser'. I have had many generations of 'evolving technology' and certainly led the 'smartphone' generation even before the name was coined)
Bit by bit the GSM arena user base has widened.
A lot of people want to learn about their phone, or a phone they are considering.
For me, for years, it was mostly to confirm the SAR value (I try to buy the phone with the lowest SAR possible).
As Smartphone prices plummeted, so did GSM membership average age of reader.
All of a sudden 'little Johnny' could afford a 'smartphone'.
Johnny liked bragging rights. So Johnny bought the model with the best specs and happily showed off the device bolstering 'his' ego, and generally feeling good about himself.
(He was now a respectable member of society touting a phone better than his Dad's, and could tell everyone the reason why!)
Then Johnnys little brother came along.
Johnnys little brother was still at school and didn't have to work crazy hours to pay the phone bill. Because Johnnys' little brother didn't have a job, they had less money to spend on a smartphone. No worries, big brother helps him find a 'decent' handset (for the money).
By now the mentality was getting ingrained; how can I spend less and get the same performance.
Johnnys little brother didn't care about tough glass, screen resolution, sound quality, or battery life.
And then "little Johnnys" 'little brother' grew up (and frequents the forums en masse).
Now GSM arena is filled with people touting how to buy the cheapest bit of kit, and how to call out anyone who apparently pays more than what they do.
They don't understand the tech, but they are good trolls, and can persuade 100000 people per day (GSM typical hits for popular threads) why Apple sucks. Or WinPhone. Or whatever isn't the cheapest android around. (Samsung/HTC etc)
Whilst Johnny senior thought LG was an acceptable compromise, Johnny junior loves Chinese sounding name brands...
What does this have to do with TVs?
Well, there is ten times the Johnny Juniors here than the typical tech person.
Calling out the typical tech person for having an opinion that differs from an uneducated one (or a mere scratch on the surface of product knowledge), is what 'anonymous' does best.
Any Anonymous litters these forums.
Damn person never gets tired and types rhetoric all day long.
Not generally anything positive (except about Chinese sounding brands), their voice is getting a little to loud.
So yes, I speak softly (at length mind you so as not to be misinterpreted or have a troll miss my context/ my intention) and I carry a big stick (in the forms of decades of experience).
My paragraph of garabage?...
I reread my post... It actually reads pretty positive.
The negatives are more so talking about the industry/TV selling practices.
Did I offend you with my comment about the Parentals bringing home the biggest cheapest set they can find?
Go to a TV store. A proper one with dimly lit rooms.
Look at great sets. Look at how much images seem to 'pop' out of the screen. 2D sets in 2D mode, and the image is so real you 'can touch it'.
Now look at the cheapest sets that claim good specs.
Look at the image.
What do you see.......
(I am serious; you should do this before you buy anything; understand what the next price tier up gains you, then decide on what features you are willing to compromise on;
At sixteen years of age I couldn't handle the picture quality of a top tier Akai TV, I returned it and upgraded to the entry level Sony Trinitron with mono sound. I knew I wanted the picture quality (flatter set, less side reflections; better blacks, vastly better colour and a much sharper screen,... Which saved me five hundred dollars by not opting for stereo sound -the compromise I was willing to take knowing that the Yamaha surround amps could do 'stereo sound')).
I love bargains, don't get me wrong... When I read an article like this it is because I want to know if the 'cheap set' has the features I am looking for.
Awesome! and awesome price too! Things that I'm worrying about is the warranty and spare parts. We need to have official release with service center here in Jakarta. The demand is quite high (even Samsung products with similar spec sold easily) and we change the TV frequently (since the electricity service quite not stable causing TV easily broken after warranty period, damn that PLN!).
Galaxyss, 23 Mar 2016And indonesian people's can only "sigh" during read this news. Because will never been sold h... moreActually mi TV3 with 60" display already sold not officially via online store BL & TP in Indonesia, but without English language
whitedragon, 23 Mar 2016Nothing proves it isn't. (I am referring to picture quality; the only metric that matters to m... moreSo you are just a hater. I hope no one takes your paragraph of garbage seriously. People like you are why we can't have nice things.
Anonymous, 23 Mar 2016What makes this tv "cheap"?Nothing proves it isn't. (I am referring to picture quality; the only metric that matters to me; tv is a monitor for the loungeroom).
The metal frame and what they claim is a great processing package (certainly sounds the part), but a television has many things to get right.
I have seen many many sets by the non big brands. And many sets by the big brands.
The non big brand sets love to quote exactly what this information reads like (established brand name screen in this case Samsung, paired up with 'the best chips').
But I DO see 176degree viewing angle.
So not IPS, a TN panel perhaps?
We know nothing about the processing lag, the motion resolution, or backlights control.
Without a review, we know nothing about panel layers/quality/reflectance or toughness.
We don't know if these are cloudy cheap ass panels (Sammy has defects and 'b' grade that they are happy to sell on).
I think the 43" au optronics/lg panel at 1080, for the price, seems like a steal too.
Anyhow I am the ever sceptical type, and I know how tv spec sheets can read vs what a real world 'nice to look at set' might have.
We consumers buy tvs in the worst possible ways, from showroom floors (very different from loungerooms) from salespeople who are after commission or high unit sales of a particular brand or set.
When we go to the boutique shop we may get a dimly lit room to compare the set in, but these shoppers a few and far between.
Generally the parentals come home with a set that is as big as they can buy for the lowest cash possible.
Like this one (?)
And my experiences of the biggest set/cheapest price is generally the worst set for the money, and often the wrong size for the room.
Why is this set cheap?
Because we are assuming that because of its size and it having a decent GPU it is not cheap? We are assuming a real lot about this set.
Real world review from someone who knows tvs, would be a reassurance..
Please don't let me sound negative,... It is late I am tired. Going to bed now.
This TV might be 'all that'.
To be fair; its claim of having a leading /bleeding edge processor bolsters my hopes.
I wouldn't touch it due to the colour response. My experience has shown me that the most colour accurate sets with the best contrast just look phenomenal. Pair them with great processing, and I will buy the littlest set in the flagship range (if it fits my space requirement, generally three times the height of the set to the viewers eyes).
I would take a great full HD set on clearance if 1080 lines of motion resolution was doable. (With the colour and contrast that the best sets generally have)
Plz make an ebook reader too. Plz plz plz. The lindle is too pricey... 😰😨
Subzz, 23 Mar 2016Xiaomi launches Tv with Samsung screen.. Btw, isnt the screen the 90% deciding factor for the ... moreNothing special, cheap set with a fair price.
It IS a price breakthrough for curved form factor.
This article is just trying to convince people that the Samsung screen makes it better quality.
Not really (in this case).
As a native contrast, that would be a great spec.
And the up scaling potential of this set would make it nice to watch a range of sources in.
Things that generally vary the price are the inputs (number and quality of them)... And the processing
We have no mention of the refresh rates (no 3D isn't a good sign), and the colour is pretty average, albeit better than most bargain sets (though not necessarily by much, also which 78% is it.... Joking, but highlighting problem with reading spec sheets vs real world performance)
A TV shines in the processing.
Good sets have little display lag whilst getting near full motion resolution.
I had to switch my primary tv to a plasma (got the last exceptional unit by Panasonic as they left the game) as it did 1080 lines of motion resolution.
I found the blurry nature of LCDs (having a good upper mid tier Samsung that claimed super fast refresh rates and decent motion resolution); was distracting/immersion killing in games.
Maybe not on a PS3 that doesn't render everything at 1080, but when the PC runs Skyrim, and walking/running/moving is a giant screen blur, that snaps to photo realism when you stop moving, it sucked.
Not a fan of potential plasma burn in, heat or extra 1/3 power requirement,.. But the phenomenal contrast and colour response is what makes everything appear 3D (even with THAT feature turned off).
Good processing and high resolution in motion is what I seek.
Before 4K sets hit, most tvs did 150 lines of moving resolution, where good sets may have done 200-300.
Mid tier parts around 400 lines, and top tier parts 800 lines.
Some LCDs could do 1000 lines of moving resolution, but they were expensive...(if by the big brands)
The good news: most 4K sets I have checked out all did fairly decent motion resolution, generally achieving 1000 lines on a fast updating screen. (They should for their costs).
The point I am making?
Nothing special about this tv (OK,curved screen) and the important numbers aren't in this article.
I wouldn't be too upset if it isn't in YOUR local market!
Price looks good, although for similar amount I can get a 100-120 inch screen and a decent full-hd projector. Maybe even a sound bar. Note: I'm not after the top-of-the-line product (that would be the samsung screen, which is available here for $3k right now). I'm after some reasonably priced, reasonably spec'ed product.
The major drawback of Xiaomi TV is availability - its harder to get than a Xiaomi phone if you live outside of China.
And indonesian people's can only "sigh" during read this news. Because will never been sold here. You wanna curve you buy samsung /LG with his everest high price.