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Mi Q1 QLED TV 4K Sale Starts On December 21



Mi Q1 Qled Tv

On Wednesday in India, Xiaomi Mi Q1 QLED TV 4K  was introduced with a 55-inch QLED Ultra-HD screen priced at Rs. 54,999. The Mi Q1 QLED TV 4K powered by Android TV and PatchWall is the company’s first QLED TV in India, and is also its most premium TV series yet, providing a step up from the current range of LED TVs. The new TV has a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels and is only available in a single 55-inch option, with HDR up to Dolby Vision format support.

Things To Be Expected in Mi Q1 QLED TV:

  • Price: Rs 54,999 /-
  • Sale Starts On- December 21, at 12pm (noon)
  • Display- 55″
  • Screen Type- QLED
  • Screen Resolution- 3840 x 2160 px
  • Variant- 2GB RAM / 32GB ROM
  • Resolution Standard- Ultra-Hd (4K)
  • Smart TV- Yes
  • Processor- MediaTek MT9611 quad-core processor
  • OS-  Android TV 10
  • Sale via,, Mi Home Store & Other Retail Stores including Vijay Sales

The Mi Q1 QLED TV 4K is amazing on paper when it comes to specs. Via a six-speaker system consisting of four full-range drivers and two tweeters, there is also 30W of sound output. As recently shown on the Mi TV 4A Horizon Model, the TV has Chromecast built-in, and also a fast wake feature.

On the Mi Q1 QLED TV 4K, there are three HDMI ports and two USB ports, all three of the former are HDMI 2.1 with 60Hz refresh rate support at up to 4K resolution and a reported input lag of 5ms, which would be useful for gaming. The Mi QLED TV 4K will also support Bluetooth 5 and HDMI eARC.

The Mi Q1 QLED TV 4K also operates the company’s PatchWall launcher as most Xiaomi televisions, with the new update – PatchWall 3.5 – running on the television. With a few buttons and hotkeys for Netflix and Amazon Prime Content, and links to Google Assistant for voice commands, the remote is the same as on previous Mi TV versions.

The Mi Q1 QLED TV 4K comes with some key software-based improvements that aim to enhance the usage experience, including a fast mute function, accessible by double-pressing the volume down button, and by long-pressing the ‘Mi’ button on the remote, access to quick settings even inside content.

Also read about Xiaomi Mi TV 5 Pro With QLED Screen.

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MIUI 12 Tips and Tricks For Clean and Clutter-Free User Experience



MIUI 12 Tips and Tricks For Clean and Clutter-Free User Experience

Xiaomi presented some fascinating new features with MIUI 12. Xiaomi updated the MIUI 12 look and feel, and was influenced in some features by iOS. It also has certain features which not only clear up the mess, but also speed up the access to certain applications. In this guide, we will follow you through the steps that will tidy, unwieldy and much more practical your experience of the MIUI 12.

Please note that for this tutorial the following tips have been checked on a Redmi 9 power so that certain characteristics might not be entirely different on your smartphone as Xiaomi builds different MIUI 12 models for various smartphones. The video below, which is centred on the same steps, can be viewed.

1. Enable iOS-style control centre

The notification shade normally hosts some fast settings in Android smartphones. But MIUI 12 has a quick pulldown settings called the Control Centre. To enable this:

  • Goto: Settings app > Display > Control centre & notification shade.
  • Enable the Use new control centre setting/configuration: Only go to the right half of the screen in order to access it. The cool thing is that you don’t need to step on and down on the right hand side of your screen as you’re doing in iOS.

2. Disable app drawer

The much-anticipated Xiaomi smartphone drawer was delivered by MIUI 12. It not only alphabetically arranges everything, but also according to its type, like Poco Launcher. But some people like the old look, which often evokes iOS. To turn it on, follow these steps:

  • Click an empty home screen area for a long time.
  • Select Settings > More.
  • This unlocks a variety of additional settings to choose Home Screen > Regular.

3. Lite Mode

Go on, MIUI 12 has something that you are a fan of big iOS icons. To make the same atmosphere:

  •  First Go to Settings > Special features > Lite mode.
  • Then Enable Lite mode here.

This makes the home screen tidy, but it does have a big font size. Go to Display > Text size to turn the font size down and pick the font size you want. It’s really quick to turn it off if you find the Lite mode isn’t for you after test it. Then go to Settings > Tap to turn off Lite mode.

4. Gesture-based navigation

MIUI 12 provides gesture-based navigation. In order to enable:

  • Go to Additional settings > Full screen display.
  • Then select Full screen gestures. Then MIUI gives you a short tour of how things work.
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