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Xiaomi sells 4 million Mi TVs in India, announces via Twitter account

New Delhi: Multinational company Xiaomi has shipped 40 lakh MI TV in India in 2 years. The company has announced this through its Mi TV India Twitter account. Mi TV Models has found this place in the Indian market due to its affordable prices and great specifications. Xiaomi has also adopted the formula to reach popularity in the smartphone market in its television business.

Xiaomi has made a fan base of 40 million of its Mi TV in India.

Xiaomi, in its Twitter post, has thanked the customers for their support and announced which MI TV they have. Xiaomi has said in the tweet, ‘MI fans, it has been a little over 2 years and we have shipped 4 million MI TVs in India. Thank you for your love and support. We hope your MI TV is entertaining you. Tell us which MI TV you have.

Xiaomi launched its first Mi TV model in India in February 2018 and it was Xiaomi Mi TV 4. According to Xiaomi, it was the thinnest LED TV in the world at that time. Its thickness is 4.9 mm. The 55-inch model of Xiaomi’s Mi TV is priced at Rs 39,999. This television comes with HDR support and 4K panel. This television is powered by a 64 bit quad core Amlogic Kotex-A53 processor. Television has 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage.

Since then, Xiaomi has launched several MITV models in India, including the Mi TV 4A series, Mi TV 4C series and Mi TV 4X series. The latest smart TV model in the company’s line-up is the 2020 edition of the Mi TV 4 x 55. Let us know that Xiaomi has achieved a big place. Xiaomi has got this great success in the case of his Mi TV.

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