New Redmi TV (codename Tarzan) appears on Google Play Console with key specifications

Leak reveals that the new Redmi TV has the model number MiTV-M00Q3.

Highlights
  • A new Redmi TV (codename Tarzan) with model number MiTV-M00Q3 has been spotted on Google Play Console and Google Supported Devices.
  • Key specs include full-HD+ resolution, MediaTek T31 SoC, 2GB RAM, and Android 10.
  • No word yet on whether this Redmi TV will launch in India.

Redmi entered the TV market in India in March with the launch of the Redmi Smart TV X series. The lineup brought with it three models, the Redmi Smart TV X65, the Redmi Smart TV X55, and the Redmi Smart TV X50. Now, it looks like Xiaomi’s sub-brand is preparing to launch yet another smart TV globally. Today, a new Redmi TV with codename Tarzan and model number MiTV-M00Q3 has been certified through Google’s platforms, leaving behind a trail of specifications. Going by the spec sheet, this new Redmi TV seems to be more affordable compared to the three Redmi TVs that were launched in India recently. Let us have a look.

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New Redmi TV specifications

According to a tweet from tipster Mukul Sharma, a new Redmi TV bearing the codename Tarzan has been spotted in the list of Google Supported Devices and also on Google Play Console. The listing of the new Redmi TV reveals that its model number is MiTV-M00Q3.Fortunately, a few key specifications of the new Redmi TV have also been leaked through these listings.

According to one of the listings, the upcoming Redmi TV has the MediaTek T31 SoC. This chipset, according to the listing, features 4x Cortex-A55 CPU cores and ARM Mali G52 GPU. Mated to the chipset is 2GB of RAM. The listing also reveals that the new Redmi TV runs on the Android 10 operating system and more importantly, that it has a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Considering that the TV has a full-HD resolution, it seems to be a smaller and more affordable model compared to the Redmi Redmi Smart TV X65, the Redmi Smart TV X55, and the Redmi Smart TV X50 that were launched in India in March. One of the listings also has an image of the new Redmi TV but it could just be a placeholder. We are not sure about it at the moment.

Currently, there is no information regarding the India launch of this new Redmi TV. Hopefully, we will know more as the TV gets certified through more platforms.