Xiaomi, together with the partner brand Yunmi, introduced the Smart Screen 21Face TV series. The flagship of the line is not only notable for its 8K-display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz – the smart display has acquired support for 5G networks and somatosensory control technology, thanks to which users can do without a remote control.
The 75-inch TV display received a coverage of 143% of the BT709 color gamut and support for 3D LUT profiles. On the upper edge of the device is an AI-camera module with a resolution of 1080p, two 3D sensors and a distance sensor. It is not only used for video communication, but also acts as a virtual trackpad, similar to the Kinect accessory for Xbox consoles. With it, you can perform a number of operations, including fast-forward video and volume control. In addition, the TV also supports voice commands as an alternative to the standard remote control.
The novelty is built on the basis of a quad-core processor with a dedicated graphics accelerator, equipped with 8.5 GB of RAM and a built-in 128 GB drive, as well as an integrated 5G modem. Another feature of the model is the so-called split design: the complete soundbar can be positioned separately from the display. The total power of the integrated TV speakers with support for Dolby Atmos surround sound technology is 100 watts.
The novelty, like its analogues with a diagonal of 55 and 65 inches, will go on sale in China on June 18. The price of smart TVs Yunmi Smart Screen 21Face manufacturer has not yet been announced.