The specifications of the Xiaomi Master Series televisions are filtered

To this day, in Spain everyone knows that the Xiaomi catalog is not limited only to mobiles. Its ecosystem is made up of all kinds of products from countless categories, and among them we find televisions, which began to be commercialized within our borders a few months ago.

For the moment, The models that are for sale are the cheap Xiaomi televisions, with prices ranging from 199 euros for the 32-inch Xiaomi Mi TV 4A, the cheapest, to 699 euros for the 65-inch Mi TV 4S, the model that the brand recently presented with 4K UHD resolution and HDR 10+.

But the Xiaomi catalog of televisions is not going to stay here. The company announced yesterday that next Thursday, July 2 it will present a new family. This is Xiaomi Master Series OLED, a new series with which the brand is going to jump the high-end of televisions.


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Except that they will offer a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, a feature that promises to make them a perfect option for gamers or fans to enjoy movies in their highest quality, the Asian giant did not offer more details about its new Smart TVs.

However, we will not have to wait until next Thursday to find out more. Now through a leak Some of the specifications of the new Xiaomi Master Series televisions have come to light.

In addition to having OLED panels, Dolby Atmos Audio and a gaming mode, the leak reveals that will offer support for HDMI 2.1, remote control by NFC, Dolby Vision, VRR (Variable Refresh Rating, an adaptive refresh technology) and ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode, a function that reduces latency).


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Under the hood, Xiaomi’s new OLED TVs will feature a custom quad-core A73 processor that supports all HDR formats.

So far the data provided by the leak goes, but as always when we talk about rumors, we cannot take anything for granted until the company makes the official announcement. Next Thursday we will know all the details thoroughly.

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