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Redmi Smart TV X (2022) series debuts with 4K 120 Hz displays and an increase in prices from last year's models

The Redmi Smart TV X (2022) (Source: Xiaomi)
The Redmi Smart TV X (2022) (Source: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi has now debuted the next generation of TVs in its Redmi Smart TV X series. The aptly named Redmi Smart TV X (2022) series launched in China yesterday with 4K 120 Hz displays and a compilation of solid hardware. Pricing, however, is a bit tough.

Xiaomi has a strong grip on the Smart TV market in China, in no small part due to its extensive lineup and strong price-to-performance values. The company launched the Redmi Smart TV X series in China last year, and has now followed it up with a refreshed lineup.

The new Redmi Smart TV X (2022) series debuted yesterday in China with two TVs in its lineup: a 55-inch model and a 65-inch one. The 50-inch model from last year appears to have been dropped. Specs of the TVs are about expected: 4K 120 Hz MEMC displays on both models, with 10-bit support.

Other features include Dolby Vision, HDMI 2.1, FreeSync, Dolby Atmos, and two 12.5 W speakers. Both models are powered by MediaTek's MTK 9650 which features four Cortex-A73 cores. That in addition to 3 GB of RAM—up from 2 GB on last year's model—and 32 GB of storage promises solid performance overall.

As for pricing, the 55-inch model bears an MSRP of CNY 2,699 (US$420), while the 65-inch SKU is priced at CNY 3,499 (US$545). Last year's equivalent models cost CNY 2,299 and CNY 3,299, so this is quite the price hike. It's unlikely that the Redmi Smart TV X (2022) series makes its way to Europe but an Indian release would not be surprising.

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Ricci Rox, 2021-10-21 (Update: 2021-10-21)