Let’s start with Xiaomi’s latest addition to their 32-inch range, Mi TV 4A Pro. This is an Android certified TV and runs the stock version of Android Oreo 8.1 for TV. Unlike the previous generations of Mi TV, the Android launcher is the default launcher while the company’s Patchwall UI is optional. It also has Chromecast built-in to cast videos from supported apps directly to the TV. It comes with a voice-enabled remote for voice search on Google apps.
The Mi TV 4A Pro is powered by an Amlogic 64-bit quad-core processor with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB of internal storage for installing more apps. Connectivity options are plenty here with 3x HDMI ports, 2x USB ports, a bunch of audio input/output ports to name a few. Sound output stands at 20 W RMS. One thing lacking here is support for Netflix. If you are majorly into Netflix, you will either need to skip this or plug in an Amazon Fire TV Stick. You would need that for watching Amazon Prime Videos too as none of the certified Android TVs has an app for it yet. Despite the shortcomings, the Mi TV 4A Pro offers excellent value for money.Share this to your,