Xiaomi Transparent TV : Chinse electronic tech giants have been seeing hits and low blows in the world market since the start of the corona pandemic. But one of those companies which are Xiaomi which is, in turn, have decided to be in celebration mode. Now nothing can deny the fact that this very company started from smartphones as a successful product to manufacture water purifiers, TVs, and what not?
Xiaomi has now unveiled it's a new smart TV which is the most typical TV ever produced. Did you wish to know why? because according to the Chinese company it has now made the world's first mass transparent TV. Let's know what is so special about it.
It has been launched in the Chinese market under the name Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent edition. Its price is 49,999 RMB (about 5.37 lakh rupees). The official sale of Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent TV will start in China from 10 am on August 16. It is the world's first transparent TV, which is being mass-produced. Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent TV is like plain glass, which can be seen through. Until now, this type of TV was only seen in science fiction films.
Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent TV has a futuristic design. It will be a 55-inch transparent OLED panel smart TV. Rich black and unmatch brightness are being offered in it.
The TV 10 bits panel display comes with 1.07 billion color combinations and an extra-wide color spectrum. The 120-inch refresh rate and 120Hz MEMC technology are being offered on the TV display.
Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent TV has an AI Master Smart engine, which will come with the MediaTek 9650 chipset. The TV will be custom made MIUI based. Dolby Atmos support will be provided on TV for sound.
The TV will come in a 5.7mm ultra-thin body. This TV will come with a rectangular screen and a round base, which will give a feel of excellent experience. TV will have Always On Display, with the help of which TV can be used as a gallery and printing.
Like other smart TVs, this TV will come with a rectangular screen and a round base. All these features are going to give you an excellent experience, as well as you are going to feel the future.
Now, this is what the company is propagating as per its market point of view but as per tech market trends are considered it is definitely not a mass product for us but a class-based product that might break or lose the market. It depends upon its launch which is followed by reviews, responses, and feedback. For now, let's see as to how it goes with the Xiaomi which is still considered a tech giant when brand "China" is getting chain shamed.