Xiaomi revealed the Mi Note 10 today, and the event's "One more thing" was the arrival of the Mi TV 4S lineup in Europe. The Old Continent will get the Mi TV 4S 55" and the Mi TV 4S 43", as well as the affordable Mi TV 4A 32".
Both the 55-inch and the 43-inch versions come with 4K HDR screen and MEMC technology for fluid images. They have a Mediatek 6886 chipset on the inside with a quad-core CPU, coupled with 2 GB RAM and 8 GB storage.
The TV is running on Android 9 Pie and supports Bluetooth Low Energy for hooking up a wireless keyboard, mouse, or even a headset. On the back, the 4S 55” has three HDMI and three USB ports (the 43" version has just two USBs), while the wireless connectivity is complemented by Wi-Fi on both frequencies - 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz.
Since the set runs on Android, you will have all the major TV platforms like Netflix, Amazon, Youtube readily available. It also has a Bluetooth remote control with Google Assistant button, because writing might become a hassle at some point.
The Mi TV 4A 32" is truly a budget solution with its HD screen that has 1366 x 768 resolution. It has a quad-core CPU with four Cortex-A53 units and 1 GB RAM. It can support all major image and video file sizes and has plenty of ports for all your needs. It still is Android TV, so all the content apps can be found in the app store.
The Mi TV 4S 55" is priced at €449, the Mi TV 4S 43" is €349 and the Mi TV 4A 32” will sell at €179. Pre-order begins on November 25, while actual sales begin a week later on December 2 at MediaMarkt, brick-and-mortar Mi Stores and the Mi.com website. Thoose who took advantage of the pre-order can get the Mi TV 4S 55" at a special early bird price of €399.
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