Xiaomi, the Chinese tech giant, made the announcement yesterday that it will introduce a new gaming television under the Redmi brand. The Redmi Gaming TV X Pro has recently been announced by the company. The smart TV is available in sizes of 65 inches and 75 inches, with prices of 2999 yuan (about $414) and 4299 yuan (about $595) for each.
All models of the Redmi Gaming TV X Pro, a gaming television, come with support for 120Hz MEMC and a refresh rate of 120Hz. Additionally, it includes a partitioned backlight at the hardware level that is capable of brightness adjustment up to 4096 levels and supports variable refresh rate (VRR). To prevent screen tearing, the variable refresh rate intelligently matches the game output frame rate to the screen refresh rate.
Specifically, the Redmi Gaming TV X Pro supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos and has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, a wide color gamut of 94 I-P3, a E2 display, and 1.07 billion colors. Additionally, the low latency mode (ALLM) will be activated automatically whenever the smart TV detects that a game has begun. It also reduces the game’s display latency and disables functions that aren’t needed.
The television is equipped with a quad-core A73 chip, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage, all of which contribute to its core performance. It is compatible with a variety of terminals, including consoles, handhelds, and personal computers, and it has been certified by AMD FreeSync Premium as a professional game.
In terms of interfaces, the Redmi Gaming TV X Pro has HDMI 2.1, HDMI 2.02, USB 2.02, an AV input port, S/PDIF coaxial interface, and an antenna interface. Additionally, the TV supports cloud gaming, which enables users to play more than 40 masterpieces of games without downloading them.