Xiaomi introduced its Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition on Monday, including two screen options priced comparably.
The 32-inch version of the TV will be a direct competitor to Samsung, LG, OnePlus, and others.
The recently-introduced budget smart TV has significantly raised the bar in terms of design and operating system.
If you want to buy a TV for a room where the viewing distance is small, and you’re wondering which TV fits it best, we are here to help you.
Both TVs look sleek, and the boxy form factor of their back doesn’t go on the front of them.
The bezels are minuscule, and on the OnePlus TV, there’s a 91.4% screen-to-body ratio, while the Horizon has a 93% ratio.
Therefore, both are close. It depends on you to choose which would look better in the room you’ll place it in.
Both TVs have HD LED displays with 1368×768 resolution.
OnePlus says that the Gamma Engine will help reduce noise, improve color space mapping, and provide a dynamic contrast.
The TV also has a high color range of DCI-P3 93%, with a 20% wider color gamut.
The Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition has Vivid Picture, which results in an immersive display experience and a wider viewing angle.
Sound is essential, whether you use the TV for music or movies.
The OnePlus has a two-channel 20W speaker lineup powered by Dolby Audio, while the Mi TV has a 20W stereo speaker with DTS-HD surround sound.
Both are decent for regular viewing if you’re not planning to invest in a soundbar and subwoofer.
After seeing that the two have so much in common, we suggest that you pick the one you like the most in terms of looks and pricing!
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