Xiaomi 'Mi TV 4A' series launched in India

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Xiaomi 'Mi TV 4A' series launched in India
Xiaomi on Wednesday unveiled the "Mi TV 4A" series with 32-inch and 43-inch models, less than a month after it debuted its 55-inch "Mi TV 4" in India.
"Mi LED TV 4A" (43-inch variant) is priced at Rs 22,999 while "Mi LED TV 4A" (32-inch variant) costs Rs 13,999 and will be available online every Tuesday and Friday, starting March 13 and 16, respectively, across Xiaomi's online store Mi.com and Flipkart.
"Both the variants feature the company's own 'PatchWall system' that has been redesigned for India and brings together over 15 different content partners across 12 Indic languages, thus resulting in a rich library of video content ever integrated on a smart TV in India", the company said in a statement.
'PatchWall system' will give users over 5,00,000 hours of content to watch from a library of video-on-demand providers with over 80 per cent content being free.
"Mi LED TV 4A" (43-inch) features 1920 x 1080p Full-HD panel and the former has been combined with powerful speakers that have been specially tuned for Indian users.
"Mi LED TV 4A" (32-inch) comes with HD display and the same custom-tuned set of speakers.
Both the TVs also feature display panels that are optimised for Indian users, the company said.


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