The launch time of Redmi TV was leaked

The Redmi smart TV has started featuring in the rumor mill and the latest information hints at a purported launch timeline. Redmi is soon expected to venture into the smart TV segment in India for the first time. After Xiaomi’s Mi TV series, we will now soon see the arrival of a Redmi TV in the country. To recall, Redmi TV already exists in China. Redmi TV was leaked

Redmi TV was leaked
Redmi TV was leaked

Price and Features

There is also support for MEMC (Motion Estimation Motion Compensation) technology for smoother content on the TV. The TVs are powered by a quad-core processor with a Mali-G51 GPU. They come equipped with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. Launched back in May last year, the Redmi TV X series comes in three sizes: 50-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch. The TVs feature a 4K Ultra HD display with a 97 percent screen-to-body-ratio.

And support NTSC 85 percent wide color gamut.

The Redmi TV will launch soon in India

According to known tipster Mukul Sharma, Redmi will launch its smart TV lineup in India.

As early as March this year. These smart TVs are speculated to offer competitive prices and will follow a similar pricing strategy that was adopted by the Mi TV series. 
Redmi might finally launch smart TVs in India at competitive prices, as early as March

Could it be the Redmi Smart TV X series TV, which launched in China last year? It was available in a 55″ variant and 65’’ variant #Xiaomi #Redmi

— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) February 2, 2021. There are chances that Redmi could launch an India-specific Redmi TV too. Having already been launched in China, the Redmi TV comes in three size variants.

A 50-inch model, a 55-inch model, and a 65-inch model. While we don’t know which specific Redmi TV will make it to India, it is speculated that it could be the Redmi Smart TV X series. But, we don’t know how many variants the company will launch in India.

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