- Xiaomi has hiked the prices of ten Mi TV and Redmi TV models in India.
- The price hike ranges from Rs 500 to Rs 2,000.
- The brand seems to have increased prices due to shortage of components and supply chain constraints.
Xiaomi had recently hiked the price of a few of its smartphones, including the Redmi Note 10 and the Redmi Note 10 Pro. Now, according to the information that we have received, Xiaomi has increased the prices of almost all its Mi TV and the Redmi TV models as well. The price hike ranges from as low as Rs 500 to as high as Rs 2,000. Xiaomi has reportedly increased the prices of these TVs due to the shortage of components and also because of supply chain restraints. The price hike on the Mi TV and Redmi TV models is applicable for the online as well as the offline market. Let us have a look at the new prices in detail.
Mi TV and Redmi TV prices increased
According to one of our sources in the offline retail market, Xiaomi has hiked the prices of a total of ten Mi TV and Redmi TV models. The source has also shared with us a price sheet, which shows the old and the new prices of the Mi TV and the Redmi TV models. As you can see, the Mi TV 4A 32-inch has received a price hike of Rs 500. As for the Mi TV 4A 43-inch, Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition 40-inch, Mi TV 4X 43-inch, and the Redmi TV 65-inch, their prices have been increased by Rs 1,000. And the prices of the Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition 43-inch, Mi TV 4X 55-inch, Redmi TV 50-inch, Redmi TV 55-inch, and the Mi TV QLED 55-inch have been hiked by Rs 2,000.
As soon our source informed us about the price hike of these Mi TV and Redmi TV models, we quickly checked the official website of Mi to see if the new prices are applicable for the online market as well. And our prediction turned out to be true. The new Mi TV and the Redmi TV models’ prices in India are live on the Mi website at the moment. It looks like the new prices will soon be reflected on Amazon and Flipkart as well. According to a PTI report, Xiaomi has increased the prices of these TVs due to the shortage of components and supply chain constraints due to the pandemic.