The Redmi Smart TV X Series has been launched in India by Xiaomi, priced at Rs. 32,999 for 50-inch variants. The LED TV range is available in three sizes – 50 inch, 55 inch, and 65 inch – with all variants having 4K HDR LED screens. The Redmi Smart TV X Series is powered by Android TV 10 for smart connectivity, and supports HDR up to 12-bit Dolby Vision format. Like Xiaomi’s Mi range TVs, the Redmi Smart TV X series has a patch Android UI in addition to the stock Android TV UI.
Redmi Smart TV X Series Price, Availability in India
As has been the trend with Xiaomi’s other products of the Redmi brand, the X Series is priced cheaper than other TVs with similar features. The Redmi Smart TV X Series is available in three sizes, priced at Rs. 32,999 for the X50, Rs. 38,999 for the X55, and Rs. Rs 57,999 for the top-end X65 variants. All TVs are 4K HDR LED models and have the same specifications and features, which save for the obvious difference in size.
The Redmi Smart TV X Series goes on sale on March 25 and will be available to purchase from Amazon, Xiaomi online stores as well as offline stores of Mi Home and Mi Studio. In the coming weeks, Xiaomi will make the TV range available offline at other Mi partner stores. TV will go against the competition in the affordable segment of brands like AmazonBasics, HISENSE, and Vu, all of which will be offered to big screen ultra-HD LED TVs for Rs. Present in 40,000 Rs.
The TV will also take over the Mi TV range, although a change in brand positioning may mean that the Redmi and Mi brands will not compete with each other in the same price segment. Redmi can focus on affordable segments, while the Mi brand may shift its focus to mid-range and premium TVs such as the Mi QLED TV 4K (Review).
Redmi Smart TV X Series specifications, features
The Redmi Smart TV X Series has impressive specifications and features for the price, especially support for Dolby Vision and HDR 10 + formats for high dynamic range content. TV also looks at Reality Flow and Vivid Picture Engine as features are meant to improve the viewing experience. Various sound formats are also supported, including Dolby Audio for inbuilt speakers, Dolby Atmos pass-over EARC, and DTS Virtual: X.
The stock runs on Android TV 10, with access to Android TV Launcher and Google Assistant. Like other Xiaomi televisions, it is also possible to access the patchwall UI on the Redmi TV X series, a content-focused, curated user interface of Xiaomi that is popular on its Mi TV range. It also features Google Chromecast, and is the first from the Redmi TV range company to have a Mi Home app for TV-supported IoT products.