Xiaomi has added a new television to its existing Android TV lineup in India. Called the Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition, the new model from Xiaomi tops out with a 43-inch thin-bezel FHD screen and an affordable price tag of Rs 22,999 (~$313). There’s also a 32-inch HD option within the series which is available in at Rs 13,499 (~$184)
Since it’s an Android TV, the new Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition options help for an enormous library of apps due to the built-in Google Play Store. You additionally get native support for Google Chromecast, Google Assistant, and Google Data Saver. The Android TV version on the Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition is Android 9 Pie, which is what you’ll get on most Android TVs right now. Google had introduced an Android TV version based on Android 10 back in December 2019, but it surely might be a while before you see that update on your TVs. For reference, the Android 9 update only rolled out to Android TVs at the end of 2019.
Nevertheless, Xiaomi’s Android TVs include its own skin on top and the Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition is no different. It features the PatchWall 3.0 UI with support for universal search, a devoted sports activities page powered by Disney Plus Hotstar, improved animations, horizontal scrolling, and more. If you’re questioning what streaming services you get on the TV, fear not because it supports all major platforms, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus Hotstar, and 20 others.
Elsewhere, the new Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition gets a quad-core Cortex-A53 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB internal storage, three HDMI ports, two USB-A ports, an Ethernet port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. For audio, the TV is equipped with a 20W audio system and DTS-HD sound.
That’s all there’s to know concerning the new Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition. The 32-inch variant of the TV will probably be out there starting September 11 on Xiaomi’s India website as well as Amazon India. Meanwhile, the 43-inch Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition will go on sale starting September 15 through the same online shops.