Along with two Ultra phones, Xiaomi yesterday announced the Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition, the world's first mass-produced transparent OLED TV.

The TV uses transparent, almost see-through OLED panels. This makes the product look like a transparent window when turned off and on, creates an image as if they are floating.

The Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition features a 55-inch transparent OLED display. It has a claimed 150,000: 1 static contrast ratio, 10-bit color, and DCI-P3 coverage of 93%. The display is refreshable at 120Hz and also offers MEMC 120Hz motion interpolation. Xiaomi also claims an impressive 1ms pixel response time.

The Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition features a custom MediaTek 9650 chipset with Xiaomi's AI Master Smart Engine image processor, which offers more than 20 dedicated optimization and optimization algorithms for 5 main usage scenarios.

The Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition also has a feature called AI Master for Audio, which detects the type of content being played and automatically chooses the audio mode. There's also Dolby Atmos support.

The TV's design consists of a 5.7mm thick frame mounted on a circular stand. Obviously, this TV can't be wall mounted, and the included stand is the only way to put it.

Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition runs on a version of MIUI designed specifically for TVs. The user interface has been tweaked to take advantage of a transparent screen. There's also an Always On display mode to display images and text when the TV is not in use.

Transparent screen technology is not new. Chances are, you may have caught them on a public monitor. The technology already exists on both OLED and LCD panels, although the LCD doesn't look as impressive due to the need for a backlit and thicker glass.

LG introduced a transparent TV last year with the promise of making it a commercial TV in the future. However, the company has yet to do so, which is why the Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition is the first mass-produced TV of its kind. Chances are Xiaomi is using a transparent LG panel, as it has been researching for a while.

Of course this type of monitor is not for people who take picture quality seriously. Depending on the lighting in the room, the image on the screen can be affected to a different degree and is probably not the best idea to leave the picture in front of a window or in a very bright room. This type of TV is more aesthetically pleasing than practical use for the home or video enthusiast.

Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition is priced at 49,999 yuan. However, the TV will go on sale in China on August 16.


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