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Xiaomi set to build on recent TV sales successes with the launch of two 82-inch smart TVs

These new 82-inch TVs will be positioned under the 65-inch Mi TV Master Series. (Source: Xiaomi)
These new 82-inch TVs will be positioned under the 65-inch Mi TV Master Series. (Source: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi has seen major success with its recent TV releases. The 98-inch Redmi Smart TV Max, for example, has racked up impressive numbers every time it's been put on sale. It's no surprise, then, that Xiaomi is looking to build on that success with the release of two new massive 82-inch TVs.
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Xiaomi has released a number of TVs of recent, starting with the incredibly successful 98-inch Redmi Smart TV Max and on to its flagship Mi TV Master Series and the US$7,200 Mi TV Lux OLED Transparent Edition. The company isn't stopping there, though, and is set to debut two new TVs.

The two TVs were certified recently in China, with the listing giving a good idea of what to expect. From the official page, it can be deduced that the two TVs will be absolutely massive, sitting at an 82-inch diagonal size. Not quite as big as the aforementioned 98-inch Redmi Smart TV Max but bigger than all of Xiaomi's other recent releases. 

The listing also implies that the two TVs will offer different resolutions. The two TVs are listed with the model numbers "L82M6-8K" and "L82M6-4K", potentially showing that one will be an 8K TV while the other, cheaper one will only offer a 4K resolution.  

According to the source, Digital Chat Station, both TVs will use panels supplied by LG Displays. LG Displays is widely regarded as offering some of the best TV displays in the world, and this wouldn't be the first time Xiaomi has sourced its panels from the South Korean company—the new Mi TV Lux OLED Transparent Edition, for example, is said to use an LGD panel.

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Ricci Rox, 2020-08-30 (Update: 2020-08-31)