XIAOMI Mi TV with 65-inch 4K LED display to launch on 17 September

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According to International Data Corporation (IDC) report that is based on research conducted in 2018, Xiaomi is currently leading the smart TVs industry in the Indian market.

Today the company has announced that it will be launching a new Mi TV along with some other products at Xiaomi’s ‘Smarter Living 2020′ event in India next week.

The Manu Kumar Jain tweeted by saying that MiTV is the biggest and the best TV in India yet. However, he did not unveil any of its features expect that the Mi-Tv have 4K LED panel. The full detail about MiTv be be unveiled in a event, ‘Smarter Living 2020′ on 17 September.

The company said that if its tweet gets retweeted 65,000 times Manu will unveil the product ahead of the launch. The 65 in 65,000 is in quotes which suggest that the Mi TV could have a 65-inch display.

Currently the company currently offers the 55-inch Mi TV 4 Pro and Mi TV 4X Pro in India.

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