The Redmi Max 100 inch TV was also unveiled at the event, which also featured the Redmi K50. It has a screen-to-body ratio of 98.8% and the 100-inch screen supports 120Hz refresh rate. The Redmi Max 100″ supports MIUI for TV and has excellent specs.
The Redmi Max 100’s massive 100 inch screen offers 3840×2160 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, 48-120Hz VRR support, 178° viewing angle, and 94% DCI-P3. The screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz supports MEMC. This way, the image becomes clearer and smoother. The Redmi Max 100″ TV features quad-core Cortex A73 cores, Mali G52 MC1 GPU and 4/64GB RAM /storage option. Connectivity features powered by WiFi 6 also include Bluetooth 5.0 and infrared. It has IMAX ENHANCED audio-visual certification for the audio-visual experience.
The Redmi Max 100″, with powerful hardware uses the version of MIUI made for TV. Besides the screen supporting HDR10+ and Dolby Vision, the TV has 2x15w speakers and supports Dolby Atmos and DTS-HD. As for the screen’s other features and image outputs, the Redmi Max 100’s screen can reach a brightness of up to 700nit. The Redmi Max 100 has 3x HDMI 2.1, a AV port, two USB ports, an ATV/DTMB port, an Ethernet port, and an S/PDIF port. In summary, it supports a wide range of video output features.
According to Redmi, the massive Redmi Max 100 TV supports gaming at a high 120 Hz refresh rate and can achieve lower latency with HDMI 2.1. It uses AMD FreeSync technology and has a latency of 4ms. Redmi Max 100 inch TV, a unique product for gamers, was only introduced in China and has a price tag of 19,999 yuan. Whether it will be introduced globally is unknown.