In May of this year, Xiaomi released a new TV dubbed the Xiaomi Mi TV ES Pro 86-inch. Today, the manufacturer sent on sale a new size variant of this product. The new 65-inch version costs 4,299 yuan ($623), but it will be available for 3,999 yuan ($580) for a limited time period.
Xiaomi Mi TV ES Pro specs
According to the official introduction, the 65-inch variant of the Xiaomi Mi TV ES Pro supports 120Hz refresh rate and 120Hz MEMC motion compensation, 700 nits peak brightness, HDR audio, and video performance, and passed AMD FreeSync Premium certification.
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In addition, the panel of this TV adopts a “100-level” partition backlight, supports 4096-level dimming, 1 billion colors, 94% DCI-P3 color gamut, and color accuracy ΔE≈2. Thus, in terms of display parameters, it is on par with professional monitors.
When it comes to audio performance, this TV uses two 12.5W high-power speakers, while the 86-inch version has a 30W audio, 4/8 unit design, and supports Dolby Vision.
Under the panel, the Xiaomi Mi TV ES Pro sports a quad-core A73 flagship processor. In its turn, it is paired with 3GB of memory and 32GB of native storage. Of course, the TV runs the MIUI TV system. Honestly, the biggest selling point of all Xiaomi TVs is the system and software it comes with. When saying this, we mean PatchWall. So this product is no exception too. Apart from this, the TV supports Xiao Ai’s intelligent far-field voice control, covers mainstream screen projection protocols, and supports Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, and Xiaomi TV Assistant screencasting.
Lastly, our protagonist is also ideal in terms of interfaces. This TV comes with one HDMI 2.1 port, two HDMI 2.0 interfaces, two USB ports, AV Input, S/PDIF, antenna, and network cable interfaces.
As you see, for such goodies, the company requires around $600. This is a great deal when compared with other models with a similar configuration.