Xiaomi's known compact and minimalist remote returns on the Mi QLED TV 4K, with absolutely no changes at the hardware level. There are keys for Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, a Mi button to quickly launch PatchWall, and a Google Assistant button. The remote uses Bluetooth to speak with the TV, additionally to its infrared emitter. Unfortunately, the fact is that with an Rs. 55,000 television, the sales package is not including the 2 AAA batteries needed to power the remote.
Xiaomi's televisions are special therein they provide two user interfaces – Android TV and PatchWall – giving users the selection of how they need to interact with them. Both of those interfaces are supported by an equivalent base Android OS but have different approaches to how content is obtainable and delivered. With the Mi QLED TV 4K, this whole package comes with up-to-date firmware and an improved overall experience.
Practically every 55-inch Ultra-HD TV, the Mi QLED TV 4K is used best to watch high-quality content. However, the company's experience within the budget segment and with smaller, cheaper televisions looks to be put here; this television is a reasonable all-rounder for sure, working well with the content of all resolutions and types. That is to mention, you will see the fewest faults with Ultra-HD Dolby Vision or HDR10+ video, but you will not end up too disappointed if you step right down to lower resolutions and standard dynamic range content.