Xiaomi has a variety of products ranging from fitness bands to smartphones. And recently we have seen lots of new Xiaomi lifestyle products being introduced in Nepal. One of such new product is Mi TV. Yes! Xiaomi is going to launch Mi TV in Nepal.
They haven’t provided any specific details about which models will be launched but we think there will be a 55-inch and a 43-inch model.
Mi has a range of TVs with the likes of Mi TV 4A, 4A Pro, 4A Horizon Edition, and 4X. These products are already available in India.
Among these, Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition was recently launched in India and is one of the affordable 43-inch and 32-inch TV from Xiaomi.
The unique feature of Horizon Edition is the bezels on the front of the TV. The Horizon Edition brings near-bezel-less design. Xiaomi has cut down on the bezels to achieve a 95 percent screen-to-body ratio and 178-degrees of viewing angle.
Its price starts at INR 13,499 and INR 22,999 for the 32-inch and 43-inch variant respectively. It is highly likely that we will see the same model in Nepal as well.
In the other news, Xiaomi has announced Mi TV Lux which is the world’s first mass-produced transparent TV. It has a see-through display and the images appear to be floating in the air. So, it looks like Xiaomi is going to go big in the TV segment as well.
What do you think of Mi TV launching in Nepal? Will it be a hit?
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