Xiaomi has launched one of its highest-end lineup of smart TVs dubbed the Mi TV 5 Pro. The premium Mi TV series was unveiled in Beijing, China in three different sizes – 55, 65, and 75 inches.
All variants have 8K Quantum Dot LED (QLED) displays with support for HDR10+ content and 108% of the NTSC color gamut. They also support 8k video decoding, motion smoothing technology through MEMC, Dolby Audio, and DTS HD Sound. It runs on Xiaomi’s custom PatchWall user interface.
It features a screw-less design that is made out of aluminum. Its frame is only 5.9mm thick, this makes the TV thinner than an iPhone 11 which is sized at 8.1 millimeters. Its bezels have been improved over its predecessor, which are now 47.1% narrower over the Mi TV 4.
Hardware-wise, the Mi TV 5 Pro is powered by the 12nm Amlogic T972 chipset, which Xiaomi promises is 63% faster than the previous generation CPU. It has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
Premium specifications translate into a premium price tag as well. The 55-inch model costs $537, the 65-inch variant is priced at $713, and the 75-inch edition goes for $1425. It is a newly introduced lineup so it is only available in China for now, but will expand to the international market soon.