Mi TV 4X 65″, 4A 43″ Horizon Edition, 40″, 32″ Price in Nepal

Yesterday, Xiaomi Nepal hosted a “Blogger’s Meet” after over a year and took to the stage to announce a bunch of new products. The main focus of the event was the Mi TVs. Xiaomi unveiled not one but four Mi TVs at the event. In this post, we will be taking a look at the specs, features, official price of the Mi TV 4X (65″), Mi TV 4A (32″, 40″), and Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition (43″) that were launched in Nepal.

Mi TV 4X 65 “

Last year, Xiaomi launched the 55” Mi TV 4X in Nepal and now we have the bigger 65” variant too. The main properties of the panel remain the same at 3840 x 2160 pixels, 178° viewing angle, 60Hz refresh rate, and 9ms response rate. The cumulative 20W speaker output with support for Dolby Atmos and DTS Audio is also here.

Mi TV 4X 65 - Display

However, the official listing of the 65” Mi TV 4X shows that it is powered by MediaTek A55 quad-core processor while the 55” variant was powered by Amlogic A53 quad-core processor. Here, you get 2GB of RAM and 16GB of eMMC storage.

The TV ships with Android TV 9.0. In terms of connectivity, you get dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, 3x HDMI Ports, a LAN port, and three USB ports.

Mi TV 4X 65” Price in Nepal

The price of Mi TV 4X 65” in Nepal is NPR 119,999.

Xiaomi TV ModelPrice in Nepal
Mi TV 4X 65 “NPR 119,999

Mi TV 4A 43 ”Horizon Edition

The next on the list is the Mi TV 4A 43” Horizon Edition. The “Horizon” here signifies the reduced bezels that this variant has over the standard Mi TV 4A. According to the company, its bezels are thinner than a power bank and offer a seamless experience, especially if you plan to wall-mount it.

Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition

Other than that, the rest of the specs are pretty much similar to the regular Mi TV 4A. You get a quad-core Amlogic process with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. It supports Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz), Bluetooth 4.2, three HDMI ports, and two USB ports. You also get 20W audio output with DTS Audio. The TV ships with Android 9.0.

Mi TV 4A 43” Horizon Edition Price in Nepal

Xiaomi Nepal has launched the Mi TV 4A 43″ Horizon Edition for NPR 46,999.

Xiaomi TV ModelPrice in Nepal
Mi TV 4A 43 ”Horizon EditionNPR 46,999

Mi TV 4A 40” and 32”

Mi TV 4A is the entry-level TV from Xioami. It is available in two screen sizes – 40” and 32”. While the 32” screen size is in much demand these days, the 40-inch screen size has sort-of lost its charm over the years. And with the new Mi TV 4A 40”, Xiaomi Nepal wants to make it a popular category again.

Mi TV 4A 32 40

In terms of specs, the Mi TV 4A is similar to the Mi TV Horizon Edition discussed above. You get an FHD display on the 40” and an HD display on the 32”. Both are powered by Amlogic quad-core processor and come with 1GB RAM and 8GB memory. You get Android 9.0 out-of-the-box. The audio output is the same and the similar is the case with connectivity.

Mi TV 4A 40″ and 32″ Price in Nepal

The price of Xiaomi Mi TV 4A 32″ and 40″ in Nepal is NPR 34,999 and NPR 37,999, respectively.

Xiaomi TV ModelPrice in Nepal
Mi TV 4A 32”NPR 34,999
Mi TV 4A 40”NPR 37,999

Where to buy Xiaomi Mi TVs?

You can buy the newly announced Mi TV 4X 65″, Mi TV 4A (32″, 40″), and Mi TV 4A 43″ Horizon Edition at the official price from Daraz, Sastodeal, and offline Mi stores across Nepal.

More about the event

Xiaomi Nepal has assured that these TVs will receive software update as soon as it is tested successfully and released in the global market. The company also shed light on its decision to hike the price of its TV last year. In Xiaomi’s defense, the price of the “display-chip” has spiked by up to 100% in the global market hence the need for the price adjustment.

Furthermore, it has assured that the company will continue to remain competitive and honest with its pricing. Xiaomi in Nepal has adopted a “One Price Policy” for its TV under which the price of its TVs remains the same irrespective of the platform consumers are buying it from. Also, the company has vowed to be more transparent about the display panel used in the TVs.

What’s next for Xiaomi Nepal

In the event, Xiaomi also shared its plan to launch more ecosystem products in Nepal. The company has set a target of 20+ new releases in all of 2021. Some of them are set to launch within next month. However, we don’t have any hint about what they might be.

Sourabh Kothari, the Country General Manager, seemed positive about launching Mi Notebook laptops in Nepal. However, for such launches, Xiaomi needs to carry out an extensive market study which takes time.

  • Meanwhile, check out our comparison between 4K TVs of Samsung and Xiaomi (Nepali).


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Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is the owner of RabinsXP who is constantly working for increasing the Internet of Things (IoT) in Nepal. He also builds android apps and crafts beautiful websites. He is also working with various social services. The main aim of Lamichhane is to digitally empower the citizens of Nepal and make the world spiritually sound better both in terms of technology and personal development. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal.

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