Gadget Update Mi TV 4A 43 Horizon Edition



For a variety of reasons, the vast majority of TVs we review at Gadgets 360 are high-end; you’ll notice that most of our recent reviews are for widescreen 4K HDR TVs. However, there are a large number of buyers who want smaller screen sizes, especially 32 inches and 43 inches, for reasons such as space restrictions, content availability and price. There are many options for this type of buyer, but few promise as much as Xiaomi with its recent TV series in India.

The Xiaomi Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition is available in two sizes and resolutions-HD 32 inches, and 43-Inch Full-HD. as the name of the product suggests, it is a Variant of the Mi TV 4A, with what Xiaomi calls “Horizon Display”, which means that it has thin edges. What else is different from the Horizon Edition series, and should these good TVs be considered if you have budget and space constraints? I’m reviewing the 43-inch Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition to find out.

Mi TV-4A 43-Horizon Edition design and specifications

Although it is a Variant of the Mi TV 4A, The Horizon Edition branding means that something more is happening in the Design. The TV has a” Horizon ” screen, which is Xiaomi’s Terminology for thinner glasses around the screen. At the top, left and right of the screen of the Mi TV 4A 43 Horizon Edition, there are indeed very thin plastic edges. It is worth noting that there are also small strips of glass that extend over the screen, so this TV is far from the screen-only design that you usually expect when the term “bezel-less” is mentioned.

A big advantage of the design is that buyers with space restrictions can get a larger screen than they thought possible. The bottom is a little thicker than the rest of the sides, but still not too thick. In the center of the bottom is a small Mi Logo with a small module for the emergency light, IR receiver and power switch just below. The TV is not too thick and weighs only 6.6 kg without the base brackets.

A big advantage of the design is that buyers with space restrictions can get a larger screen than they thought possible. The bottom is a little thicker than the rest of the sides, but still not too thick. In the center of the bottom is a small Mi Logo with a small module for the emergency light, IR receiver and power switch just below. The TV is not too thick and weighs only 6.6 kg without the base brackets.

The Mi TV 4A 43 Horizon Edition features a 43-inch Full HD LED display (1920×1080 pixels) with a refresh rate of up to 60 Hz and a claimed viewing angle of up to 178 degrees. There are two box speakers below that produce a total of 20W of sound. The TV is powered by a Quad-Core Amlogic Cortex-A53 processor with a Mali-450 MP3 GPU. There is 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage for applications and application data. 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 are supported on the TV.

As for connectivity, the Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition is pretty good compared to the competition in this price segment. The TV has three HDMI ports (one supports ARC), two USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet port, 3.5 mm audio output, S/PDIF jack, antenna jack, and a single AV In Composite jack that can be used with an adapter.

Mi TV-4A 43-Horizon Edition-remote control and functions

Although this TV is different, the Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition has the same remote control that we have seen with most of the company’s current TVs and streaming devices. It’s a simple little remote with only a few buttons, including a power and volume key, A D-Pad for navigating the user interface, hot keys for Netflix and Amazon Prime Video and a Google Assistant button. Unlike Xiaomi’s Streaming devices, but as with TVs, the remote has a ” Mi ” button that quickly launches the PatchWall launcher.

The remote control uses both IR and Bluetooth to communicate with the TV. The pairing process is quite simple and occurs during the first setup of the TV. The remote control requires two AAA batteries, which, as with other Xiaomi products, are not included. I have already said and I repeat – Xiaomi must start installing batteries in its TVs. The remote is simple and comfortable to use, but it lacks a few useful buttons, including mute, source selection and quick settings.

Google Assistant is accessible via the remote control and works as expected. Google Chromecast is integrated, as is Google Data Saver, which optimizes data usage when the TV is connected to a mobile hotspot or other bandwidth-limited connection.’

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