According to the news on February 9, Xiaomi held an overseas press conference last night, officially launching the new generation of Xiaomi flagship Xiaomi 11 series in the international market, together with a 75-inch QLED 4K TV.
It is reported that this TV named Mi TV Q1 75″ is Xiaomi’s current highest-end smart TV. Its main selling point is its QLED screen with full color gamut display.
Mi TV Q1 will be officially launched in March, priced at 1,299 euros, and the first early adopters will be priced at 999 euros.
In terms of display, Mi TV Q1 is equipped with a 75-inch 120Hz high-brush 4K OLED display, with 192 full-array dimming areas, and supports HDR10+.
In addition, the TV panel covers 100% of the NTSC color gamut, and 1.07 billion color coverage, each RGB channel has 1024 color gradients.
Not only that, Xiaomi TV Q1 supports HDMI 2.1 interface and ALLM automatic low-latency mode, which can display 4K effects for Xbox Series X or PS5, supplemented by ALLM mode, allowing players to have a better game display and low-latency gaming experience.
In terms of configuration, Xiaomi TV Q1 is equipped with MediaTek MT9611 TV chip, a customized system based on Android TV10.
At the same time, the overseas version supports GMS Google Ecology and built-in Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, users can operate smart homes through the TV.
In other respects, Xiaomi Q1 TV is equipped with two tweeters and four woofers, supporting Dolby Vision and DTS-HD.
With the powerful display effect and stereo system, as well as the support and optimization of the game console, it is believed that after the launch of the Xiaomi Q1 TV, it will be snapped up by many film fans and gamers.
It is worth mentioning that Xiaomi has not officially announced the parameters and price information of the national version of this TV.