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You can now buy the Mi TV 4A anytime on Flipkart and Mi online store

5 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

The Mi LED Smart TV 4A-series smart televisions are now available for anyone to buy on open sale through Flipkart and Mi.com. The TV comes in two sizes- 43-inch and 32-inch. The 43-inch variant of the Mi LED Smart TV 4A has a full HD panel with 60Hz refresh rate. Whereas the 32-inch variant is only HD, but refresh rate remains the same. Both the TVs offer 20W speaker output with DTS audio. Both the devices run on Xiaomi's own Patchwall UI. The 43-inch smart TV has 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, running on a quad-core Amlogic T962 64-bit processor. What makes it special is its blue light reducing...
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