In addition to the Redmi K40, the new Smart TV Redmi TV MAX will be presented

Almost a year later, Redmi revealed a teaser about a possible new smart TV model

Last year, Xiaomi launched its largest smart TV called Redmi Smart TV MAX 98 inches. Almost a year later, the company revealed a teaser about a possible new model. This TV should be announced at the Redmi K40 series launch event slated for February 25th.

The official Xiaomi TV account at Weibo shared a teaser for the next Redmi MAX TV. In this release, the company is asking users to guess the size of the latest model. If you do it right, you will get a wireless bluetooth speaker. We are a family business.

So far, the company has not released any specifications for this smart TV. The company only hinted that the next Redmi MAX TV “will be so big it can barely fit in the elevator”.

Launched in 2020, the 98-inch Redmi Smart TV MAX is Xiaomi’s largest TV to date. As the name suggests, this TV has a 98-inch LCD panel with LED backlighting, a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels (4K) and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. The screen has a viewing angle of 178 °, a Screen-to-body ratio of 98.8% and supports 85% of the NTSC color range.

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It is equipped with an Amlogic T972 SoC with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. For connectivity, the television has dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth, infrared, 3 x HDMI (one is ARC-compatible), AV, DTMB connection, 2 x USB, Ethernet and S / PDIF.

Other features of this TV include 2 x 8W speakers, Dolby Audio, DTS-HD, HDR, MEMC, Xiao AI voice assistant and PatchWall aggregation service. The product sold for 19,999 yen (about 2545 euros) and is still listed for the same price on Mi.com.

Due to its size, the 98-inch Redmi Smart TV MAX was only available online for a long time. It finally hit an offline store in December 2020. This television is difficult to manufacture, and its installation requires installation that is only performed by specialized technicians.

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