Xiaomi is launching its Mi TV Q1 television this Wednesday March 31. A top-of-the-range product with a very nice diagonal of 75 inches.
Xiaomi already presented its Mi TV Q1 in China in February, and we were eagerly awaiting to know more about the launch in France. Surprise, the television is now landing in France, and with a very temporary launch price.
A very large QLED TV
The Mi TV Q1 will only be marketed with one diagonal in France, and not the smallest: 75 inches. The display is left to a QLED panel that promises 100% coverage of the NTSC range, with HDR10 + and Dolby Vision compatibility.
That’s not all, the refresh rate at 120 Hz and the presence of an HDMI 2.1 port should make gamers happy. The connection is completed by two HDMI 2.0 ports, USB 2.0 ports, an Ethernet port, a jack port, and a TNT tuner with antenna socket. We can also count on a 30W stereo system and Dolby Audio certification.
The Mi TV Q1 TV runs on Android 10 with Android TV, and incorporates a MediaTek MT9611 chip which will decode audio and video content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney + in particular.
Price and launch in France
The Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 is available from March 31, 2021 in France, at a price of 999 euros. Please note, however, that this rate is only valid on March 31, until 11:59 p.m. After this period, the product will be marketed at 1799 euros.
It’s a much higher price tag that will put Xiaomi up against some really good TVs from Samsung and Sony.
As things are well done, you can now find our Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75 test on Frandroid.