Although QLED TVs were once considerably more expensive than their LED counterparts. 2020 has seen some impressive options at much more reasonable prices. Samsung’s once-premium QLED TV range now starts below Rs. 80,000, while brands such as OnePlus and TCL have options with similar specifications for even less. QLED technology is worth considering. If you want a reasonably good big-screen Ultra-HD TV and are willing to look beyond the entry-level segment, but don’t want to spend too much. Let’s see Xiaomi mi QLED Review.

Xiaomi, best known in the television segment for its affordable smart LED TVs, is ending 2020 with the launch of its most premium television yet, the Mi QLED TV 4K. Priced at Rs. 54,999. The new QLED TV from Xiaomi is an impressive option on paper. And one that truly stands apart from the company’s more affordable televisions. However, competition in the segment is strong, particularly from brands such as TCL and OnePlus. Can Xiaomi overcome its ‘budget champion’ reputation and give the competition a tough fight with the Mi QLED TV 4K? Find out Xiaomi mi QLED review.

Xiaomi Mi TV QLED 4K 55 review: Too good despite its flaws

Xiaomi Mi QLED Review


The step up to the premium space for Xiaomi also sees the use of a silver-coloured metal frame around the screen. As well as a carbon-fibre-like texture at the back. Xiaomi claims a 96 percent screen-to-body ratio on the Mi QLED TV 4K. This is visible in the slim borders all around. As would be expected, the design rightly draws your attention to the screen, with few distractions surrounding it.

The ports and sockets face to the left and bottom of the Mi QLED TV 4K’s screen. There are three HDMI ports (all HDMI 2.1, with one of them supporting eARC), two USB ports, a 3.5mm audio output, an Ethernet port for wired Internet connectivity, an optical audio output, three RCA sockets for composite AV input, and an antenna socket.

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Included in the box are metal table stands, if you want to table-mount the Mi QLED TV 4K, and these can be fixed on easily enough with the included screws. You can wall-mount the television as well, but the required kit isn’t included in the package. Free installation is offered with the TV, and a Xiaomi technician will be able to sell you a suitable wall-mount kit at that time.

The 55-inch Mi QLED TV 4K has a 3840×2160-pixel (Ultra-HD) quantum-dot LED screen, with support for HDR up to the 12-bit Dolby Vision format. There’s no full-array local dimming here, and the peak refresh rate is 60Hz even at 4K.

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Xiaomi Mi QLED TV 4K remote and features

Xiaomi’s familiar compact and minimalist remote returns on the Mi QLED TV 4K, with no changes at the hardware level. There are hotkeys for Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, a Mi button to quickly launch PatchWall, and a Google Assistant button. The remote uses Bluetooth to communicate with the TV, in addition to its infrared emitter.

Xiaomi Mi QLED TV 4K software and interface

Xiaomi’s televisions are special in that they offer two user interfaces Android TV and PatchWall giving users the choice of how they want to interact with them. Both of these interfaces are based on the same base Android operating system. But, have different approaches to how content is offered and delivered. With the Mi QLED TV 4K, this entire package comes with up-to-date firmware and an improved overall experience.

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Mi QLED TV 4K performance

As with practically every 55-inch Ultra-HD TV, the Mi QLED TV 4K is best used to watch high-quality content on. However, the company’s experience in the budget segment and with smaller, more affordable televisions seems to have been put to use here; this television is a reasonable all-rounder, working well with content of all resolutions and types. That is to say, you’ll see the fewest faults with Ultra-HD Dolby Vision or HDR10+ video. But you won’t find yourself too disappointed if you step down to lower resolutions and standard dynamic range content.