Today, Xiaomi announced the international release of its Mi 11 flagship phone, but that's not all the company has in store for those in international markets. It has also announced its most premium TV yet, the Mi TV Q1 75".
As you can tell from the name, it's a 75-inch TV, and the Q1 designation comes from QLED, which is the technology Xiaomi is using for this model. The TV sports 4K resolution and HDR support, both Dolby Vision and HDR10+, complete with full-array local dimming with a total of 192 dimming zones. It covers 100% of the NTSC color space.
On top of that, the Mi TV Q1 75" also has a 120Hz refresh rate, and it comes with HDMI 2.1 ports, making it suitable for gaming at up to 4K and 120fps on the Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5. It also has an automatic low latency mode. Sound-wise, the TV packs a 30W stereo system consisting of two tweeters and four woofers, with support for Dolby Audio and DTS-HD.
As for the software, the Mi TV Q1 75-inch runs Android TV 10, meaning you can access all the apps available on Google's ecosystem. You can also control your smart home devices with Google Assistant built into the TV, and Chromecast is also built in for when you want to cast content from other devices to the TV. If you don't like Google Assistant, there's also Amazon Alexa support.
The Mi TV Q1 75" will be available in March, on the first say it goes on sale, you can get it for just €999. However, that's a limited time offer, and the price will go up to €1,299. Xiaomi compared its TV to the Samsung Q80T, which costs €2,849 for similar specs, excluding Dolby Vision and Android TV.
Aside from the Mi TV Q1 75", Xiaomi also announced the availability of its latest electric scooter. Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2 Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team Edition is available starting today for €799, and it coasts speeds up to 25km/h and up to 45km of range on a single charge. It also has a double-braking system, shock-absorbing tires, and a built-in display.