Xiaomi hikes prices of 7 Mi TV models by up to Rs 3,000


  • Xiaomi has increased the price of seven Mi TV models in India
  • The Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition, Mi TV 4A and 4A Pro receive a second price hike in just one month
  • The revised pricing is in effect on online and offline platforms

Last month, Xiaomi increased the prices of three televisions in India that included Mi TV 4A, Mi TV 4A Pro and Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition. Now the Chinese brand has once again hiked the prices of the TVs along with three additional models. 

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The report comes from 91mobiles and the TVs have received price hike of up to Rs 3,000. The revised prices of TVs are effective from January 6th and are already reflecting on Xiaomi’s website, and e-commerce portals Amazon and Flipkart. The new prices will also be applicable across offline stores.

Mi TVs receive price hike by up to Rs 3,000

Mi TV modelOld priceNew pricePrice hike
Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition 32-inchRs 14,499Rs 15,999Rs 1,500
Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition 43-inchRs 23,499Rs 24,999Rs 2,500
Mi TV 4A / 4A Pro 32-inchRs 13,999Rs 14,999Rs 1,000
Mi TV 4A 43-inchRs 22,499Rs 24,999RS 2,500
Mi TV 4X 43-inchRs 25,999Rs 28,999Rs 3,000
Mi TV 4X 50-inchRS 31,999Rs 34,999Rs 3,000
Mi TV 4X 55-inchRs 36,999Rs 39,999Rs 3,000


The Mi TV 4A Horizon Edition that was launched in September last year has received a price hike of Rs 1,500. The Mi TV 4A that debuted in 2019 gets a price increase by Rs 1,000. The 32-inch model of the Mi TV 4A Pro variant also gets a Rs 1,000 hike, while the 43-inch Mi TV 4A Pro is now costlier by Rs 2,500. Lastly, the 43, 50 and 55-inch variants of Mi TV 4X have become more expensive by Rs 3,000. 


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