Xiaomi Set to Launch The Mi TV 2 For a Price of $640.


Xiaomi Set to Launch The Mi TV 2 For a Price of $640.

Xiaomi has decided to take a chance into moving into the homes of its customers during the previous year, when it had decided to reveal its smart TV. Recently, CEO and co-founder Lei Jun has taken to the stage during a launch event held in Beijing to announce the second generation of the TV, which has been pointed out to support 4K resolution.

Mi TV 2.

Arriving with price tag of $640, the Mi TV 2 is highly affordable, aligned with its objective to launch devices that undercut the prices of other similar products out on the market.

This 49-inch Mi TV 2 contains a screen that is two inches larger then its predecessor. It has also improved upon the first generation products specs in a wide spectrum of areas. Arriving with a 12.9kg, it weighs 30 percent less then its predecessor. It measures up to 15.5 mm thick, making it around one-quarter thinner then the first generation smart TV.

Lei Jun has told the audience made up of media, that the size of the TV have taken the size of living rooms into consideration for the Chinese Youth in these days. Eventually, he boasted the Xiaomi TV 2 as product that serves the needs of the younger generation in China.

Search Function.

The TV utilizes an LG display,and Xiaomi has included an interesting search feature for the remote control. The control will ring in a similar fashion to that of a phone, once activated, while voice search can be used to find all sorts of entertainment, from Tv series to movies. Lei Jun further elaborated that the recently launched Mi router will also include support for the Mi TV 2.

Besides that, the Mi Tv 2 will also arrive with a set of standalone speaks that be connected through the use of Bluetooth.

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