Xiaomi launches Mi QLED TV in India with 55-inch bezel-less display, priced at ₹54,999

Xiaomi launches Mi QLED TV in India with 55-inch bezel-less display, priced at ₹54,999
New Delhi, Xiaomi on Wednesday expanded its Smart TV portfolio with the launch of 55-inch Mi QLED TV 4K at ₹54,999 in the Indian market.

The TV will be available in 55-inches only and will go on sale on December 21 at 12 noon on mi.com, Mi Home, Flipkart, Vijay Sales and other retail stores.

"The response received over the last 2 years is a testimony to the trust consumers have shown in us and it further solidifies our leadership in the segment. In the last one year, after the launch of our 4K series, we have witnessed a 55% growth in the 4K segment. Having established ourselves, we are further strengthening our TV portfolio by bringing the first QLED smart TV from the house of Mi," Eshwar Nilakantan, Category Lead - Mi TVs, Mi India, said in a statement.

Complimentary Tech Event
Transform talent with learning that works
Capability development is critical for businesses who want to push the envelope of innovation.Discover how business leaders are strategizing around building talent capabilities and empowering employee transformation.Know More
The TV supports HDR 10, HDR 10+, and Dolby Vision. It has a wide colour gamut with support for 100% NTSC colour space and 95% of the DCPI-3 colour space.

The Mi QLED TV 4K has 30W of sound output and has 6 speakers (4 full-range drivers, 2 tweeters). It has a frequency range of 60-20KHz. For audio formats, it supports Dolby Audio and DTS-HD.


The Smart TV runs on the MTK 9611 quad-core A55 CPU coupled with the Mali G52 MP2. It has 2GB RAM and 32GB storage and also supports Bluetooth 5.0.

The TV has 3 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, Ethernet, optical and 3.5mm port.

For software, the TV comes with the company's PatchWall OS, which is based on Android TV 10 out of the box.

The TV does come with Chromecast built-in as well so one can stream content from their phones to the device.

Top stocks to watch — IDBI Bank, PNB Bank, Axis Bank, M&M, Embassy REIT, PVR, and others
After 55 years, India will inaugurate a new railway line with Bangladesh to save its ‘Chicken’s Neck’ from China
Gold loan providers in India face a rise in robberies as gold prices rise