Lifestyle Magazine | Xiaomi unveils transparent OLED TV – Republican


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Xiaomi Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition – © Xiaomi

Xiaomi has decided to celebrate its tenth anniversary with great fanfare by unveiling the Mi 10 Ultra and Redmi K30 Ultra.

The Chinese giant’s conference was also marked by the announcement of Mi TV LUX, a fully transparent OLED TV.

In recent months, the manufacturer has multiplied the announcements on the television market, especially in France.

Xiaomi has no shortage of superlatives when discussing its latest product, which it describes as"Work of art" and not a television.

Unlike traditional TVs, the Mi TV LUX does not have a rear panel and it is possible to see through it when it is turned off.

The manufacturer has assembled all the components in a circular base which also acts as a loudspeaker.


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Xiaomi Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition – © Xiaomi

The brand mentions a 55-inch OLED model with 150,000: 1 contrast that supports the DCI-P3 color spectrum at 93%.

In addition, the Mi TV LUX has a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a response rate of 1 ms. Powered by a MediaTek 9650 chip and the AI ​​Master Smart Engine, the television is compatible with Dolby Atmos.

Its base accommodates three HDMI ports, an Ethernet port and is compatible with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0. The set runs on MIUI for TV, a modified version of Android TV.


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Xiaomi Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition – © Xiaomi

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The first mass-produced transparent television

The main originality of this television is not in terms of performance, but in terms of its design.

If some manufacturers like LG or Panasonic have already shown transparent screens, Xiaomi will be the first to offer such a model on the market.

The Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition will indeed be mass produced and available to the general public. However, Xiaomi's TV is currently only announced for China.

It will be launched there on August 16 at a price of 50,000 yuan, or just over 6,100 euros. The brand does not mention, for the time being, a release of its fully transparent television in France.

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