Xiaomi's new transparent OLED TV costs $ 7000
Xiaomi's new transparent OLED TV costs $ 7000

The Chinese company Xiaomi has announced the launch of a new transparent OLED TV priced at $ 7,000. So, (Xiaomi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition) is a new product launched on the occasion of Xiaomi's tenth anniversary.

According to news images, the images displayed by the new transparent OLED TV seem to float in space, merging virtual and real reality to provide an unprecedented viewing experience.

Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition is the world's first group transparent TV.

The new Clear OLED TV features a clear, self-illuminating edge-to-edge screen that can transmit images that float in the air, providing a new way to consume visual content only seen in science films. Fiction.

Since Xiaomi has placed all the components on its circular base instead of behind the screen, the TV could be partially transparent.

However, the most important part about making transparent OLED screens is the use of transparent OLED technology (TOLED).

According to Universal Display Corporation, TOLED displays use transparent components in the package that make up the screen, and the image appears to float without the need for backlight.

Most other OLED screens use reflective cathode layers that you may not be able to see even if the back is removed.

This new 55 inch OLED TV looks like a glass screen when turned off. When turned on, it has a refresh rate of 120Hz, a response time of 1ms and a contrast ratio of 150,000: 1, enabling extremely rich and unparalleled blacks. brightness.

The TV has 93% DCI-P3 color profile and brings the picture to life with 1.07 billion color combinations, which is beyond the range that the human eye can see.

Xiaomi uses the AI ​​Master Smart Engine and the MediaTek 9650 chip to intelligently optimize the picture display by more than 20 optimization algorithms.

The TV also supports (AI Master for Audio) which allows it to intelligently recognize the type of content being played and choose the appropriate sound mode from the menu of movies, music, news, sports, etc. .

Supports new transparent OLED TV (Dolby Atmos) to take audio performance to a new level, and the TV works with the TV's Special User Interface (MIUI).

Bear in mind that LG 2019 showed something similar designed for panels with dark borders.

The TV was originally scheduled to go on sale in China at a price of 49,999 yuan (roughly $ 7,200) and will start receiving orders on August 16.

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