Mi TV Horizon Edition To Launch in India on 7th September


INTRO: While we’ve been pestering Xiaomi to bring new Mi TVs to India, the corporate has launched a few of the latest devices to assist turn your dumb TVs into a sensible one. This includes the Mi Box 4K and Mi TV Stick, which made its India debut just earlier this month. The established order, however, changes in just a few of weeks as Xiaomi has teased the launch of the Mi TV Horizon Edition in India today.

Xiaomi To Bring Mi TV Horizon Edition 

In a politician tweet from Xiaomi India, the corporate today announced that it’ll take the wraps off the Mi TV Horizon Edition (or whatever it’ll be called) on September 7. The tweet caption reads – “What have we got in store for you next? Immersive. Work Of Art. #HorizonEdition coming on 07.09.2020.”

Mi TV Horizon Edition to be launch in India on September 7.

The company has found out a fanatical microsite for the upcoming Mi TVs, supplying you with a sneak peek at the planning and key features. Xiaomi first applied the ‘Horizon Edition’ branding to its recently launched Mi NoteBooks in India. This, of course, means the upcoming Mi TV will have very thin bezels (as shown above) all-around, offering a good immersive experience. The bottom bezel will surely be thick to accommodate the Mi branding. It will also presumably be a more premium offering than previous-gen Mi TVs.

Patchwall UI 3.0

The Mi TV Horizon Edition also will arrive with Xiaomi’s Patchwall UI 3.0 that was recently unveiled. It is supported Android TV 9.0 out-of-the-box and includes features like Data Saver, Disney+ Hotstar integration, and tons more. The company teases the addition of a ‘Quick Wake’ feature also.

Will this be a rebranded version of the Mi TV 5 series that has launched in China over the past few months? What sizes will it be available in India? What will it be priced at? Xiaomi may tease some more features within the days leading up to the launch, so do stay tuned for more information.

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