Mi TV QLED 75″ Confirmed To Launch in India Alongside Mi 11 Ultra on April 23

Xiaomi will also launch Mi 11X series smartphones in the same event.

Xiaomi entered into the premium smart TV segment with the Mi QLED TV 55-inch a few months ago. Now, the company is all set to expand its range of premium smart TVs with a new 75-inch model. This will mark Xiaomi’s debut in the 75-inch TV segment, as the company doesn’t have a 75-inch model yet under its portfolio in the country. Xiaomi took it to social media channels to announce the launch date of the upcoming Mi TV QLED 75-inch. The Mi QLED TV 75″ will be launched alongside Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11X series on April 23rd.

Mi TV QLED 75-inch microsite is already live on mi.com, but Xiaomi hasn’t shared any information about the product yet on the page. However, it will certainly come with a 4K resolution display, a bezel-less design, and a metal finish, similar to the 55-inch model. We can expect it to have support for all major formats including Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR10, and HLG.

Xiaomi says Experience perfect peaks and crisp notes of music, movies, and much more on the microsite, so we can expect the upcoming TV to offer good audio quality. To recall, the 55-inch model features are a total of six speakers including four wide-range drivers and 2 tweeters that output 30W of sound.

6 million Mi TVs sold in India in the last 3 years!

Xiaomi also took the opportunity to share that the company sold over 6 million units of Mi TVs since its debut in February 2018 in the country. Mi TVs hold more than 25% market share in the smart TV segment, as per the latest IDC report. The company also shared that all the Mi TVs being sold in India currently are Made in India.

We are still a week away from launch, we can expect to learn more about Mi TV QLED 75-inch in the coming days. What is your guess on the pricing of the upcoming Mi QLED TV? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.