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Thursday July 2, 2020

Xiaomi launches its first OLED TV under its brand in China

The Chinese company, Xiaomi, launched the first OLED TV under its brand in the Master series in China, where the TV came with a 65-inch cinema screen at a competitive price as well.

Xiaomi OLED TV came from the Korean company LG manufactured and supports 120 Hz and 4K resolution and covers 98.5 of the DCI-P3 cinematographic standard, the TV also supports HDR technology standard (Dolby Vision, HDR10 +, HDR, HLG) and HDMI 2.1 version With Dolby Atmos Five-Channel Speaker System.

The TV, with the previous specifications, performs as high as its counterparts from competitors ’devices from the same production line; As it provides a variable update and a very excellent response time for games of 1 millisecond, the company also stated that its television was found to keep pace with the generation of games units; This is in light of its narrow edges and an elegant glass base that does not occupy a large area that adds an aesthetic dimension to the exterior design along with the internal specifications.

Price and market availability

The TV is currently on the Chinese market at 12,999 yuan, which is equivalent to approximately 1,840 dollars, which is a competitive price; But most of the time, if it is provided in the market outside China, it will be at a different price due to the company resorting to supporting the price inside China by selling services with it.

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