Chinese manufacturing giant Xiaomi passed Weibo Forum It will launch the OLED TV series as early as tomorrow-these TVs have gained fame in games in the form of supporting NVIDIA G-Sync, which means they will feel at home in your living room or next to your gaming PC. Xiaomi has only released a preview image at the moment, but we expect the specifications (including panel size options and pricing) to be released at the same time as the official release on August 10.
Even so, the preview pictures revealed by Xiaomi and the confirmation of G-Sync support give us a good understanding of the specifications of these OLED TVs. Nvidia’s G-Sync certification in the BFGD (Large Format Gaming Display) category requires panels to provide a refresh rate of up to 75 Hz, as well as HDR function (which is also the main feature of the OLED panel field), low input latency (otherwise there will be no too much Multi-game DNA) and support for ULMB (Ultra Low Motion Blur) technology.
Support for HDMI 2.1 is also in the card, which means general support for VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), which is necessary for users to take full advantage of the latest generation of Sony or Microsoft game consoles and eARC pass-through functions.
Xiaomi has become a giant in the global technology market, and the company usually prides itself on offering some of the most attractive price-performance ratios on the market. This has actually pushed the company to rank first in the global smartphone market, surpassing Samsung and pushing Apple to third in the process.
Xiaomi has already provided an OLED TV solution in the range of 6,000 Euros (approximately US$7,000)-the luxurious Mi TV Lux, which has a transparent OLED panel and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Considering the gaming and G-Sync pedigree that Xiaomi has set for these upcoming OLED TVs, we expect that at least some of these products will provide the same 120 Hz refresh rate as the more luxurious Mi TV Lux counterparts.