Mi TV 5X will feature 40W stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos, Xiaomi Teases

The Xiaomi Mi TV 5X will be released in India on August 26 along with the Mi Band 6 and the ​​Mi Notebook, and the company has been unveiling some of the features of these products. Mi TV India shared on Twitter that the Mi TV 5X will come with 40W speakers with support for Dolby Atmos. The Mi TV 5X, as the name suggests, will succeed the popular Mi TV 4X series, which includes 43, 50 and 55 inch models. At the moment, it is not clear which sizes will be part of the Mi TV 5X series.

Xiaomi went to Twitter to share some of the features of the upcoming Mi TV 5X. Through its Mi TV India account, the company has revealed that the Mi TV 5X will come with 40W stereo speakers. In a separate tweet, the company shared that the TV will also support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. So far, Xiaomi has confirmed that the Mi TV 5X will feature metal-finished bezels, new generation PatchWall interface and far-field microphones for easy access to Google Assistant. He also shared that the image will respond to the environment – which could mean there are ambient light sensors that dynamically adjust the quality or brightness of the image.

The Mi TV 5X is claimed to come with future-ready specs, according to the event’s dedicated page on the official website. It will launch in India on Aug. 26 at the company’s Smarter Living 2022 event starting at 12:00 pm (noon), alongside Mi Band 6 and Mi Notebook.

Xiaomi currently offers a range of smart TVs, from cheap deals to the Mi QLED TV 75 which costs Rs. 1.27,999. There are TVs under its budget Mi LED TV 4A and 4C brands. As mentioned earlier, there are three models in the Mi TV 4X series. The Chinese company also offers a range of Redmi-branded smart TVs.

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