- Redmi TV India launch date is March 17th at 12pm
- The #XLExperience hashtag suggests the TV may have a large screen size
- The Redmi TV price in India and specifications will be revealed when it launches next week
The Redmi TV India launch date has been revealed by the company on Twitter. This comes after the brand teased the smart TV at the end of the Redmi Note 10 launch event last week. The TV will launch in the country on March 17th at 12pm IST and the company is promoting the smart TV with the #XLExperience hashtag, which suggests it could have a large size. Considering Xiaomi already offers a 65-inch model under its Mi branding, we can expect the Redmi smart TV to be larger than that, probably the Redmi MAX 86-inch model that was recently launched in China. It shouldn’t be long before we know more details about Redmi TV.
Bigger, better? Nah, we’re going straight to XL! 🤩— Redmi India – #RedmiNote10 Series (@RedmiIndia) March 8, 2021
Brace yourselves for the #XLExperience! #Redmi‘s 1st Smart _ _ is coming your way on 17th March at 12 noon.
RT 🔄 and help us share this XL news. pic.twitter.com/udMANrsTrY
Redmi MAX TV 86-inch specifications
The Redmi MAX TV sports an 86-inch LCD screen with 4K (3840×2160) resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and 92 percent DCI-P3 colour spectrum. It also has a MEMC chip that allows to dynamically upscale the content from SD to HD and more. The TV runs on MIUI for TV out of the box and has support for XiaoAI voice assistant, Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR10, Dolby Atmos and DTS-HD. The Redmi Max TV is powered by a quad-core processor paired with a Mali-G52 MC1 GPU, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. Connectivity options include three HDMI ports, two USB ports, one S/PDIF port, and one Ethernet jack. It has two built-in speakers with 12.5W output.
Redmi Max TV 86-inch price
The Redmi Max TV 86-inch model price in China is RMB 7,999 (approx Rs 90,000). We can expect the price to be either on similar lines or slightly cheaper considering India is a price-sensitive market. There can be a slightly smaller model with an aggressive price tag.