Xiaomi teases Redmi Smart TV X 2022, which will launch on October 20th

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Xiaomi has recently teased the launch of a new TV Series from its Redmi sub-brand. While the company had been promoting its new Mi TV Master Series, it has now showcased its Redmi Smart TV X 2022.

The Chinese tech giant has yet to announce the regional availability of the new Redmi Smart TV X 2022 Series, but current models are only available in China and India.

For those unaware, the previous generation, Redmi Smart TV X 2020, was launched in a 50″, 55″, and a 65″ display size. So we can expect the upcoming models with the same display sizes or even more options.


The predecessor also offered features like, DTS Virtual X, Dolby Audio, Dolby Vision, and MEMC.

In other words, most of these features if not all would likely make an appearance in the upcoming 2022 Series as well.

Other features are 4K display panels with HDR10+ support among other aspects.

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As of right now, the smartphone maker has only shared two image posters so far, although, these new images have revealed that the brand is aiming at launching the new Redmi Smart TV X 2022 on 20th October 2021.

We will keep you updated with the latest!

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