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Xiaomi launches 55-inch Mi QLED TV 4K smart TV in India





In addition to smartphones, Xiaomi has also gained a strong foothold in the Indian smart TV market. Today, the Chinese tech giant has launched a new TV in the Indian market under its Mi brand name. This smart TV called Mi QLED TV 4K is Android based. Speaking of the main features of Mi QLED TV 4K, this TV has a 55-inch QLED Ultra-HD screen and Dolby Vision technology. The price of the TV is less than 60 thousand rupees. Let’s take a look at the features of Mi QLED TV 4K.

Specifications and features of Mi QLED TV 4K TV

As I said earlier, this new TV from Shaomi has a 55-inch Ultra-HD QELED screen with a screen resolution of 3,640 × 2,160 pixels. It supports HDR formats like HLG, HDR10, HDR10 +, Dolby Vision etc. Its screen refresh rate is 80 Hz. In addition, for sound output, it has a sound system with four full-range drivers and two Twitter speakers, capable of giving up to 30 watts of sound output.

Not only that, this Mi QLED TV 4K TV runs on Android 10 operating system and has MediaTek MT9611 quad-core processor. There is also 2 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. The TV has a built-in Chromecast, but it doesn’t have a Google TV launcher, instead it runs through a stock Android TV launcher. However, this TV has a quick wake function similar to the Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition.

For connectivity the TV has three HDMI (HDMI 2.1 version) ports and two USB ports. There is an input lag of 5 ms which will be especially helpful for gaming. Bluetooth version 5 and HDMI EARC technology are also supported in this TV.

Like Shaomi’s other televisions, this new TV runs on the company’s PatchWall launcher and the latest Patchwall 3.5 version. It will offer the same remote as other MI TV models, but it also has a hotkey for accessing OTT platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. There is also Google Assistant for voice commands.

Price and availability of Mi QLED TV 4K TV

Xiaomi has set the price of this TV for Indian customers at Rs 54,999. It will be available on December 21 from 12 noon on Flipkart, Shaomi’s official website (, MI Home Store, Vijay Sales, etc.


Blue Plaque for Hammersmith dwelling of playwright John Osborne




Blue Plaque for Hammersmith home of playwright John Osborne

ook Again in Anger playwright John Osborne has been remembered with a blue plaque at his west London household 65 several years after the perform was initial executed.

The English Heritage plaque was put up at 53 Caithness Road in Hammersmith exactly where he was dwelling when the play adjusted both his lifestyle and article-war British theatre.

Paying tribute, fellow playwright David Hare said: “John Osborne experienced the most sensational London debut of any playwright in the English language in the 20th century. It was John’s brilliance and originality which led so many to help relocate the theatre at the centre of Britain’s cultural and intellectual everyday living. Every person who followed owes him a personal debt.”

Born in London, Osborne labored in theatre as a stage supervisor and actor before creating the play that manufactured his name as just one of the primary “angry younger men” of the time period.

It won him an Evening Normal theatre award as most promising younger playwright and he savored additional success with The Entertainer which was created into a film starring Laurence Olivier.

Blue Plaque to John Osborne at 53 Caithness Highway, London.

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Novelist Alan Hollinghurst, who sits on the English Heritage Blue Plaques Panel, claimed: “John Osborne reinvigorated British theatre in the mid-20th century. Tough and questioning the status quo, his brilliant plays captivated new audiences and encouraged a full new era of screenwriters and playwrights. We are delighted to recognise the Hammersmith home in which he lived around the time of producing the participate in that designed him well known.”

Osborne returned to the people of his debut with 1992’s Deja Vu which was carried out in the West Close two a long time prior to his death in 1994.

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