Xiaomi Mi TVs, Redmi TVs price in India increased by up to Rs 2,000


  • Xiaomi has increased the prices of seven Mi TVs
  • Three Redmi TVs have also received a price hike
  • The new prices are applicable across online and offline retailers

Xiaomi Mi TVs and Redmi TVs have received a price hike in India. As many as ten television models have now become expensive by up to Rs 2,000. The information comes from 91Mobiles.

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The list of TVs that have received a price hike includes Mi TV 4A 32 and 43-inch, Mi TV Horizon Edition 40 and 43-inch, Mi TV 4X 43 and 55-inch, Redmi TV X 50, 55, 65-inches, and lastly, the Mi QLED TV. The new prices are already reflecting on the Xiaomi website, Amazon and Flipkart. They will also be applicable in the offline market. 

Mi TV and Redmi TVs price in India increased

This isn’t the first time Xiaomi is increasing the prices of Mi TVs and Redmi TVs in India. According to a past report, the Chinese brand has increased the prices of televisions due to a shortage of components and supply chain constraints because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Take a look at the revised prices below. 

Product NameOld PriceNew Price
Mi TV 4A 32Rs 15,499Rs 15,999
Mi TV 4A 43Rs 25,999Rs 26,999
Mi TV Horizon Edition 40Rs 23,999Rs 24,999
Mi TV Horizon Edition 43Rs 25,999Rs 27,999
Mi TV 4X 43Rs 28,999Rs 29,999
Mi TV 4X 55Rs 41,999Rs 43,999
Redmi TV X50Rs 34,999Rs 36,999
Redmi TV X55Rs 40,999Rs 42,999
Redmi TV X65Rs 58,999Rs 59,999
Mi QLED TV 55Rs 57,999Rs 59,999

As seen in the table, the Mi TV 4A 43, Mi TV Horizon Edition 40, Mi TV 4X 43, and Redmi TV X 65-inch receive a price hike of Rs 1,000. The prices of Mi TV Horizon Edition 43, Mi TV 4X 55, Redmi TV X 50, Redmi TV X 55, and Mi QLED 55 have increased by Rs 2,000. 

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