Detailed Review of Xiaomi OLED Vision TV
Since Xiaomi has such a significant impact on the Indian smartphone market, its contributions to other industries—particularly television—often go unnoticed. The Chinese manufacturer of electronics was the first to make smart TVs more accessible in the nation. It is currently dealing with the premium TV market, much like smartphones did. The new OLED TV, which was introduced last month along with the Xiaomi 12 Pro promises to provide a superior viewing experience than QLED or LED TVs of similar size.
One item that hardly changes is the Xiaomi TV remote. The Xiaomi OLED Vision TV comes with the brand’s basic, minimalistic plastic Bluetooth remote, albeit with a few minor modifications. The remote’s basic functionality is adequate. There are some recent feature additions like quick wake (button turns the TV on in 3–4 seconds from standby), quick mute (quickly press the volume-down button twice), and quick settings (long-press the PatchWall button). By pressing the designated buttons, you can quickly switch between Xiaomi’s PatchWall UI as well as the stock Android TV UI. On the Xiaomi OLED Vision TV, there are hotkeys for quick access to Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, and the full list of installed apps. The TV also includes far-field microphones that you can set to always listen for the wake command.
The Xiaomi OLED Vision TV has a 4K display of 55 inches. This includes support for formats like IMAX Enhanced, HDR10+, HDR10, and Dolby Vision IQ. The final one is an IMAX certification that guarantees a cinematic visual and audio experience on certified devices. You probably would not experience this for some Disney+ Marvel movies until the content has been remastered to support this format. Since this is an OLED, you can anticipate a visual treat due to its rich, vibrant colors. Apart from these, this television includes eight speakers with a combined 30W output. It is certified for DTS: X and Dolby Atmos. No matter what kind of show you are watching, the audio quality is consistent.
When I watched Love, Death & Robots Season 3 in Ultra-HD with Dolby Vision on Netflix, the Xiaomi OLED Vision TV delivered the best possible performance. As to be expected, the black levels were excellent, providing true pitch blacks that also assisted in achieving the proper contrast levels. While this naturally had an impact on all scenes, nighttime content on TV looked especially good. The beautiful, vibrant animation of the “Three Robots: Exit Strategies” episode of Love, Death & Robots, also helped to make the colors feel much more impactful and punchy. Dolby Vision had an impact on the colors as well, which felt a little bit more vibrant in addition to the visible increase in brightness.
Similar to much of the company’s other television lineup, the Xiaomi OLED Vision TV runs on Android TV 11 with the stock Android TV user interfaces and PatchWall 4 on top. Through the Google Play store for Android TV, which currently has a selection of over 5,000 apps, including well-known social media apps, content streaming apps, and other services, users can download games and apps. The Xiaomi OLED Vision TV’s sound is suitable for the majority of uses, with the tuning concentrated on enhancing voice clarity.
So get ready to have the best viewing experience with Xiaomi OLED Vision TV!
|Screen Resolution||4K, 3840 x 2160 pixels|
|Size (Diagonal)||55 inches|
|View Angle (Vertical)||178 °|
|Processor||Cortex A73 64-bit Quad Core|
|Other Smart Features||Patchwall, Android TV 11|