Mi TV 4X 55 is a smart TV. This TV supports the HDMI-CEC, and just like other Android TV models, has built-in Chromecast functionality for screencasting from compatible devices. The sales package contains the tv itself, the bottom stands, some manuals, and therefore the remote. Just like the remainders of the Mi TV 4X series, the Mi TV 4X 55 is available with the Mi Bluetooth Remote, which allows users to directly access Google Assistant. We've already spoken about our issues with this remote, including the shortage of useful buttons, poor responsiveness, and therefore the incontrovertible fact that batteries for it aren't even included within the sales package.
As the remainder of the Mi TV 4X range, this 55-inch variant runs on Android TV 9 Pie with PatchWall UI 2.0 on top as an optional launcher. you are even given the choice to use the stock Android TV launcher, with both having their pros and cons. Patch Wall puts the curated content within easy reach, Android TV is cleaner and easier to navigate. Unfortunately, though, Xiaomi still doesn't have a ‘standby' mode for when the TV isn't in use; turning it on will take a moment approximately whenever.
While the Mi TV 4X 55 is no doubt a large-screen television. If you've got an enormous enough room, you'll appreciate the dimensions and be ready to make the foremost of the sharpness and hues of excellent 4K HDR content. The sound quality on the Mi TV 4X 55 is analogous to the 50-inch option, with an equivalent 20W of sound output. While this can be adequate for a little television, we felt that it didn't quite match up to the visual experience.