Xiaomi, a Chinese company, officially introduced another device for its democratic redmi, Redmi A652022 television, which claims to be one of the cheapest big TVs on the market.
Its price is only $310 -- and it's for a 65-inch screen with a resolution of 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2,160 pixels -- but in the rest of the display, it's rather corny -- with a base 60 Hz update frequency, a static contrast of 1,200:1 and a color gamma coverage DCI-P3 only 78%.
At the same time, the television is almost frameless: the display takes up 97% of the front surface of the device. The model is based on an unnamed four-dimensional processor with Cortex-A35 kernels, supplemented by 1.5 GB of operational memory and 8 GB of permanent memory. The sound is controlled by a 20W stereo. The television is operated by the Android TV operating system with MIUI for TV.