The company calls it the first mass-produced device of this type.
At its 10th anniversary event, Xiaomi unveiled the Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition. It costs seven thousand dollars and overlays the image over the natural background.
The TV used TOLED display technology . In screens of this type, transparent components are used: the diodes do not need backlighting, so the image starts to “float” in the air. Most conventional OLED screens use a reflective layer that prevents you from looking through.
The diagonal of the Xiaomi transparent TV is 55 inches, the display operates with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a response of 1 millisecond, the contrast is 150,000 to 1, and the color profile is 93% of DCI-P3.
As noted in The Verge, it is not yet clear under what conditions the transparency of the display is revealed in the best way. The TV has not yet been shown in action, but journalists believe that it may have problems with transparent content, although Xiaomi claims that the device itself can “clear” the background.
TV sales will start in China starting at $ 7200 on August 16.