Xiaomi is one of the most famous and widely loved smart TV manufacturers in the Asian market. when the company launched it’s Redmi Max 98, some users complained of not being able to keep their beloved Smart TV in their rooms. I mean, of course, 98-inch is overkilled no matter how you look at it.
But, Xiaomi has now launched its new and slightly more petite Redmi Max 86. The latest addition to the series of giant television sets has a highly competitive price tag of 7,999 yuan (US$1,237) and brings a lot of features to the table. According to Xiaomi, its new television can now fit 99.9% of elevators in its homeland. So better cancel that crane parked outside our apartment.
Speaking of features, the new smart TV comes with a 4K screen and 120 Hz refresh rate, the Redmi Max 86 also supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Panorama. The color-space coverage (P3) hits 92% and the 86-inch Redmi Max smart TV is fitted with 2x 12.5 W speakers and also utilizes Dolby Atmos for enhanced audio reproduction.
The features sound like they will win the hearts of many gamers, tempting them to purchase the device. It has an excellent refresh rate, HDMI 2.1, and automatic low latency ideal for those speedy racing games.
The Redmi Max 86, runs on MIUI for TV 3.0, and comes with a quad-core ARM Cortex-A73 processor that is joined by 2 GB RAM and 32 GB storage. Connectivity options include:
- an Ethernet jack.
- 3x HDMI ports (1x HDMI 2.1)
- 2x USB ports
- 1 x S/PDIF
It also comes with the intelligent assistant XiaoAI to help manage content and fully customize the viewing experience. However, just like the 98-inch relative, it seems unlikely the Redmi Max 86 will make an appearance beyond the borders of China anytime soon.