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Xiaomi just announced an aggressively priced 75-inch QLED Android TV

Xiaomi just announced an aggressively priced 75-inch QLED Android TV

Xiaomi announced the Mi 11 for international markets today and detailed its MIUI 12.5 rollout plans, but that isn't the only thing the company took the stage for. It's also expanding its Mi TV lineup with one of its biggest products yet, the 75-inch big Mi TV Q1. The QLED Android TV set will come to Europe first and cost from €1299 (~$1560).

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Xiaomi launches its first Dolby Vision-enabled QLED 4K TV in India

Xiaomi launches its first Dolby Vision-enabled QLED 4K TV in India

Typical to Xiaomi’s approach, its TV range in India has so far focused on budget offerings, massively undercutting the traditional players. After capturing a major chunk of the local smart TV market, Xiaomi is now stepping up to a slightly more premium space with its latest QLED model that aims to offer premium picture quality and design, but with pricing that's still affordable.

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Get a 55-inch 4K QLED Samsung smart TV with HDR10+ for $698 ($200 off)

Get a 55-inch 4K QLED Samsung smart TV with HDR10+ for $698 ($200 off)

Samsung is well-known for its excellent smartphone and tablet displays that top display rankings year after year. Its line of QLED TVs are generally no different, offering excellent display performance in a slim package with narrow bezels. The Q60R is Samsung's entry-level QLED TV, but it's still usually $900. However, it's currently on sale for about $700 at both Amazon and Best Buy.

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[Update: Amazon Alexa] OnePlus TV will come in 55" size with QLED display according to company exec

[Update: Amazon Alexa] OnePlus TV will come in 55" size with QLED display according to company exec

Earlier today, a regional vice president for OnePlus tweeted out details regarding the hotly anticipated OnePlus TV, revealing that it will come in a 55" size (among others, most likely), and the 55" version will sport a QLED panel. Also, although we were pretty sure that the OnePlus TV would be "smart" thanks to Android TV based on prior leaks, @androidtv_rumor confirms that Google has just certified a new device named "Dosa."

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