Price, launch offer, specifications, etc

Joanna Estrada
March 13, 2018

The Vu Official Android TV 55-inch (55SU138) price in India is Rs. 55,999. The product will be up for sale at 12pm on the online platforms.

Just like the Mi TV 4, the Mi TV 4A will also support nearly every prominent set-top box that's available in India like Tata Sky and Dish TV, down to even those that are offered by local players like Hathway and Siti cable. The company is providing a Mi IR cable with all three TVs till May 31.

Mi TV 4A and Mi TV 4 come with PatchWall interface.

The Mi TV 4A series was launched in China in March past year.

Mi TV 4A comes with a 64 bit quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. PatchWall is an AI-enable TV system which classifies content and makes personalised recommendations based on user preferences.

According to Xiaomi, the maker of these models, the televisions will offer over 500,000 hours of content in association with Hotstar, Voot, Voot Kids, Sony Liv, Hungama Play, Zee5, Sun NXT, ALT Balaji, Viu, TVF, and Flickstree.

# Xiaomi Mi LED Smart TV 4A 43-inch model gets a Full HD (1080p) display. Both the TVs boast of a refresh rate of 60Hz and come powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Amlogic T962 Cortex-A53 processor paired with Mali-T450 GPU. All three also offer DTS TruSurround and Dolby Digital audio support, and feature an integrated soundbar with two 10 speakers.

Except the screen sizes and resolution, both the models have nearly same internal hardware and support 15 different content partnerships, including those with Sony Liv, Voot, TVF, Hungama Play, Flickstree, Sun NXT, Zee5, Hotstar, Viu and Alt Balaji, across 12 Indic languages, resulting in a huge video content library with 500,000 hours (more than 55 years) of content to watch, of which 80 percent is free. It supports Wi-Fi, two HDMI, one USB, one ethernet, one AV and audio output ports. The 32-inch model comes with two USB 2.0 ports and misses out on the S/PDIF port, with the rest of the connectivity options being the same. It will be simple to use, however, and will come with just 11 buttons, unlike other remotes that come with far too many. To recall, Xiaomi had announced the sale date at launch last week, and had also specified that the second sale will be on Friday, March 16. The Redmi Note 5 starts at a price of Rs 9,999 and the Redmi Note 5 Pro starts at Rs 13,999.

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