During its 10-year event, Xiaomi unveiled the world’s first mass-produced TV, the Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition.
Based on its minimalist model and flag configuration, the monumental 55 ”5.7 mm ultra-thin display features a transparent, edge-to-edge self-illuminating design. The TV seems to suspend images in the air and when turned off stands like a transparent piece of glass.
Discovering the way traditional TVs are designed, the Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition houses all of its processing units at its base. The transparent OLED panel features a 150000: 1 contrast statistical ratio and an endless dynamic contrast ratio, offering other rich blacks and unparalleled brightness. Using its DCI-P3 support 93% of the color spectrum, the 10-bit panel shows 1.07 billion color combinations that is far from what the human eye can perceive. Moreover, the 120Hz refresh rate and 120Hz MEMC technology provide a fast response rate of 1ms which ensures a smoother and clearer motion display.
Using the Xiaomi Master TV Master chip in UA Smart and MediaTek 9650 custom TV, the TV features over 20 optimization and optimization algorithms dedicated to five major usage scenarios to intelligently refine the graphic solution for vivid photos. Technology with Dolby Atmos support detects the type of content on the screen to select a suitable audio mode. Finally, the Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition runs on the customizable MIUI interface designed to control the visual features built into the TV.
Priced at Rs 50,000 (approximately $ 7,195), Mi Xiaomi Mi TV LUX Transmission, set to officially launch on August 16th.
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