Updated: July 22, 2021

Redmi Smart TV X Series With Android TV 10 Launched in India

Written by Sumit Pandey
Redmi Smart TV X Series With Android TV 10 Launched in India
Redmi Smart TV X Series With Android TV 10 Launched in India

Xiaomi Redmi Smart TV X Series With Android 10 Launched in India, Priced at Rs. 32,999 onwards

Xiaomi launched the Redmi Smart TV X Series in India today. The TVs come in three screen sizes – 50 inches, 55 inches, and 65 inches – with all three offering 4K HDR LED screens. All of the TVs are powered by Android TV 10 for smart connectivity, and also come with PatchWall UI in addition to the stock Android TV UI.

As has been the trend for the company’s Redmi brand, the televisions are priced affordably as compared to other models with similar features. The Redmi Smart TV X Series is available in three sizes, priced at Rs. 32,999 for the X50, Rs. 38,999 for the X55, and Rs. 57,999 for the top-end X65 variant.

In the coming weeks, Xiaomi will also make the TV range available at other Mi partner stores offline. The televisions will go up against competition in the affordable segment from brands such as AmazonBasics, Hisense, Vu, Samsung, and others, all of which also offer large screen Ultra-HD LED TVs at under Rs. 40,000.

The Redmi Smart TV X Series will also take on the Mi TV range, although a change in brand positioning going forward could mean that the Redmi and Mi brands won’t compete with each other in the same price segments. Redmi could focus on the affordable segments, while the Mi brand could turn its focus to mid-range and premium televisions such as Mi QLED TV 4K.

The Redmi Smart TV X Series is already available via the Mi online store, which has all three variants in stock right now. The brand will also expand its offline presence in the coming weeks with the addition of the televisions to other Mi partner stores offline.

Xiaomi Redmi Smart TV X Series specifications

The Redmi Smart TV X Series is powered by Android TV 10 for smart connectivity, and comes with PatchWall UI in addition to the stock Android TV UI. The TV is HDR compatible, but only up to 12-bit, which means that it cannot display the wider range of colours offered by the higher HDR formats, such as Dolby Vision.

As we said, while all of the televisions have the same core specifications and features, it is only with regards to size and screen resolution that they differ. Here is a break-down of the features in the three models:

The Redmi Smart TV X Series televisions have a similar design as that of the company’s Redmi 6A and 6 Pro smartphones. The TV design is a lot simpler than the Mi TV range, and renders a large slab of screen with an extremely thin bezel around the display. The top bezel houses the IR blaster for remote control function, along with other sensors and the LED notification light.

The televisions have a glossy finish at the back, which looks premium, and has a brushed metal feel to it. The TVs also have a good heft to them, thanks to the metallic body, making them feel like premium models. The televisions come with two HDMI ports, and a USB port for connecting to external storage devices for playback. The televisions also have standard ports such as Ethernet, VGA, and AV in addition to a 3.5mm audio-out port.

As is usually the case with Xiaomi televisions we have used over the last couple of years, the Redmi Smart TV X Series also suffers from some issues. For one, the IR blaster is located in a strange place, at the top of the television. This means that you need to point the remote upwards, and stand in a certain position for the interface to be easily accessible.

The other problem is with regards to the PatchWall UI, which is Xiaomi’s custom user interface built on top of Android TV. While the interface looks sleek, it is extremely resource-intensive, which results in a stuttery interface at times. The other issue with PatchWall is that it is so heavy on animations, which makes it laggy at times.

Overall, the Redmi Smart TV X Series is a good option if you are looking for a large screen television, especially if you are on a budget. The televisions have the basic features that you would need on a modern TV, and are available at a competitive price.

Redmi X65 TV

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Resolution4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160)
Connectivity3 HDML ports to connect latest gaming consoles, set top box, Blu-ray Players | 2 USB ports to connect hard drives and other USB devices
Sound30 Watts Output, Dolby Audio,  DTS Virtual: X
Smart TV FeaturesAndroid TV 10, PatchWall - Kids Mode with Parental Lock, Smart Curation,  Universal search, Language Universe, India's Top 10,  Okay Google, Chromecast, Supporting Apps : Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar
Display4K LED Panel 
Warranty1 Year

Redmi X55 TV

View Price On Amazon

Resolution4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160)
Connectivity3 HDML ports to connect latest gaming consoles, set top box, Blu-ray Players | 2 USB ports to connect hard drives and other USB devices
Sound30 Watts Output, Dolby Audio,  DTS Virtual: X
Smart TV FeaturesAndroid TV 10, PatchWall - Kids Mode with Parental Lock, Smart Curation,  Universal search, Language Universe, India's Top 10,  Okay Google, Chromecast, Supporting Apps : Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar
Display4K LED Panel 
Warranty1 Year

Redmi X50 TV

View Price On Amazon

Resolution4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160)
Connectivity3 HDML ports to connect latest gaming consoles, set top box, Blu-ray Players | 2 USB ports to connect hard drives and other USB devices
Sound30 Watts Output, Dolby Audio,  DTS Virtual: X
Smart TV FeaturesAndroid TV 10, PatchWall - Kids Mode with Parental Lock, Smart Curation,  Universal search, Language Universe, India's Top 10,  Okay Google, Chromecast, Supporting Apps : Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar
Display4K LED Panel 
Warranty1 Year

Bottom Line

Xiaomi Redmi Smart TV X Series is a good option if you are looking for a large screen television, especially if you are on a budget. The televisions have the basic features that you would need on a modern TV, and are available at a competitive price.

Written by Sumit Pandey

My name is Sumit Kumar Pandey and I’m a content writer and blogger who specializes in writing about technology, web design, and online marketing.

After working as a research scholar in the engineering field for many years, I’m now a full-time content writer, helping people get more exposure and generate more leads for their businesses.

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