Mi Tv Lux. Xiaomi has announced the transparent version of Mi TV Lux for the Chinese market. Xiaomi calls it the world’s first mass-produced transparent television, a combination of “sophisticated visual technology and elegant industrial design”. It comes with a full HD LED panel with a high refresh rate and color accuracy. The transparent version of the Mi TV Lux has a narrow bezel on the top and sides, but a larger chin sits on top of a round base and features electronics and speakers.
Mi TV Lux Explicit Edition Price
The transparent version of the Mi TV Lux is priced at CNY 49,999 (approximately Rs. 5.37 lakh). It is ready for pre-orders on Mi.com and will go on sale in China from August 16th. To date, there is no information on international availability.
Mi TV Lux Explicit Edition Specifications, Features
The Mi TV Lux transparent version features a 55-inch full HD (1,920×1,080 pixels) transparent OLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and MEMC motion compensation. It has a standard variation ratio of 150,000: 1 and a 10-bit panel. The Mi TV Lux transparent version has a TCI-B3 color range and a 1MS response time of 93 percent. The TV is powered by a quad-core Cortex-A73 CPU and the Mali-G52MC 1GBU with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. Audio is handled by two 8W speakers with Dolby Atmos support along with Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD.
For connectivity, the Mi TV Lux transparent version comes with dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth v5.0, three HDMI ports, two USB ports, and AV. Comes with port and Ethernet port. It runs on MIUI designed for TVs and has a built-in app store. In terms of dimensions, it measures 750×1227.50mm without the base, while the height of the TV increases to 823.11mm with the base. The overall weight of the Mi TV Lux transparent version is 24.96 kg. It is just 5.7 mm thick.
The RGBW matrix has a unique design where only half of the panel is covered by pixels and the other half is transparent. The pixels are fine so you can’t see them at normal viewing distance, and the spacing between them is equally small, so you can’t see them – they all fit together on plain glass.
The image below compares a traditional OLED panel to an image used on a LUX TV. The sub-pixels are on the right and the area on the left is transparent.
Both the LCD and OLED displays can be made transparent. However, Xiaomi opted for the OLED, which does not require backlighting, while the transparent LCD TV requires external light. But even an OLED is not naturally obvious.
Since it is a transparent TV, it has no backlight and makes the film feel like it is floating. The bezel on both sides and at the top is very narrow, but the chin is relatively large. It has a circular base, which acts as the main processing unit and speaker. All ports on the back of this site allow easy cable handling. The transparent version of the Mi TV Lux allows access to the Xiaomi AIoT ecosystem and is compatible with AirPlay and Miracast.
Even if you do not like a transparent TV at home (even if it looks cool), there is a race to place selfie cameras behind the screen on smartphones. There were prototypes, but their image quality remained desirable – viewing the scenes was not an easy task.
“For Siomi, this the obvious version of Mi TV Lux is a major study of future TV formats,” Siomi said in a statement. “When the transparent version of the Mi TV LUX is turned off, it looks like just a glass display. The images it shows seem to float in the air, combining virtual and real to bring an unprecedented visual experience. ”