The Redmi Gaming TV X Pro features a slim and sleek design, with a near-bezel-less display that takes up most of the surface. It rests on two two-pronged metal base fixtures that are located on either corner of the bottom of the panel. The lower bezel is wide enough to feature the Redmi logo, but there aren't any other physical buttons on it to mar the smooth matte finish.
All the physical buttons and IO is hidden on the back of the panel, including an HDMI 2.1 port, two HDMI 2.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, a network cable port, an AV input port, and as a S/PDIF coaxial interface, and an antenna interface. You also get the usual support for WIFI and Bluetooth to enable a host of Smart TV features.
The TV itself comes in two form factors, a 65-inch model and another 75-inch one. The panels have a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, with both featuring support for 120Hz refresh rate and 120Hz MEMC. The company has added a hardware-level partitioned backlight so that you can have higher levels of contrast with up to 4096 brightness adjustments. It even comes with support for variable refresh rate and auto-low latency mode right out of the gate.
Other notable features include coverage for 94% DCI-P3 colour gamut, Dolby Vision and Atmos optimizations, as well as ΔE≈2 colour accuracy and the ability to reproduce 1.07 billion colours.
In order to handle the Smart TV functionalities, the TV comes equipped with an A73 quad-core chipset, paired with up to 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. This allows you to install a host of apps for your favourite music and movie streaming services through the company's native Patchwall interface. They have even partnered with Migu Kuaiyou, the popular Chinese game streaming platform, to allow users to play over 40 AAA titles without having to download and install them on the TV.
We assume that when the TV is launched in the international market, this support will be extended to the rest of the Android Play Store and other game streaming platforms such as NVIDIA GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming. The company has already promised support for multi-platform gaming through consoles, handhelds, as well as PC, along with an AMD FreeSync Premium professional game certification to ensure the best output.
Price & Availability
The Redmi Gaming TV X Pro is currently on sale only in China, and comes at a starting price of $414 and $595 for the 65-inch and 75-inch models, respectively. The company is expected to launch it in the international market in the coming months.