Mi TV P1: Xiaomi launches new budget Smart TVs in Europe with HDMI 2.1 connectivity and Dolby Vision support
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Xiaomi has brought the Mi TV P1 series to Europe, having launched the new Mi TV EA range last month in China. So far, only Xiaomi Italia has officially announced the Mi TV P1 family, but we would expect other countries within the Eurozone to carry the TVs eventually, too. Incidentally, the Mi TV P1 series will also be available in Malaysia.
All Mi TV P1 devices have LED displays that max out at 60 Hz. Additionally, they all run Android TV 10, giving them plenty of smart features, including Google Assistant. The Mi TV P1 series will be available in four screen sizes, which we have outlined below:
- Mi TV P1 32-inch – €279.90
- Mi TV P1 43-inch – €449.90
- Mi TV P1 50-inch – €599.90
- Mi TV P1 55-inch – €649.90
All but the entry-level model are 4K TVs, with the 32-inch edition limited to 768p. The specifications about the latter remain unknown, but Xiaomi has confirmed that the 4K models have three HDMI ports, with one operating on the new HDMI 2.1 standard. The TVs should cover 88% of the NTSC colour space, 94% of DCI-P3, and support Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HLG and MEMC.
Xiaomi Italia will start selling the Mi TV P1 on May 21. According to a Facebook post, the company will run early bird pricing until May 24.