Xiaomi presents a new 100-inch TV in China: the Xiaomi Redmi MAX 100.
Xiaomi has just launched a brand new television from its Redmi range in China: the Xiaomi Redmi MAX 100 with more than generous dimensions. As its name indicates, the newborn of the Chinese brand is a beautiful baby with a diagonal of 100 inches!
an awesome tv
The LCD panel of this Xiaomi Redmi MAX 100 covers 98.8% of its surface and offers 4K definition and a 120 Hz refresh rate. Xiaomi also announces a maximum brightness of 700 nits, 94% coverage of the DCI-P3 space with a delta E of just 2, which promises excellent color fidelity. It also supports HDR 10, HLG, Dolby Vision, but also IMAX Enhanced and Dolby Atmos certifications with a 30W speaker system.
This Xiaomi Redmi MAX 100 also offers an HDMI 2.1 port with ALLM, and a response time of 4 ms for gamers who want to enjoy their games with the lowest possible latency. Add to that two HDMI 2.0 ports, which is a bit lacking for a TV at this price point. To this we can mention the presence of AMD FreeSync technology.
Inside we find a SoC whose processor is a quad-core chip based on an ARM Cortex-A73 architecture with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage capacity. It also features Wi-Fi 6 for optimal wireless connection.
A launch in China
The model presented by Xiaomi in China works with MIUITV, Xiaomi’s operating system for televisions. It also includes long-range microphones to use the Xiao AI home voice assistant. If the Xiaomi Redmi MAX 100 were ever to be launched in Europe, we could expect the presence of Google TV instead of this internal operating system, as was the case in previous models, such as the Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75.
This TV is currently only announced in China and will be available for pre-order from April 6 there at a price of 19,999 yuan (equivalent to approximately 2,850 euros in gross conversion). There is no release for the moment of news in our regions.
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