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You must have noticed tremendous improvement in the smartphone industry over the past few years. But the same can’t be said for TVs. Undoubtedly, due to the introduction of HDTVs, you have seen thin and affordable TVs in recent years. HDR mode and 4K resolution have increased the viewer’s experience. Still, there is a margin for improving the video and sound quality for viewers. 

In reality, there is no significant improvement in TV technology. It has been a long time since people have seen the latest technology TV that can deliver excellent video quality. 

Reason – Why No One Will Buy a Transparent TV By Xiaomi?

There is a solid reason behind this statement. But first, you should assume that you are celebrating your company’s 10th anniversary, and offering absurd transparent OLED TV to the users. The word absurd fits here, as you will not get anything new with this OLED TV.

According to Xiaomi, the 55-inch Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition is the world’s first mass-produced and offered transparent TV. You need to pay around $7,200 for this transparent TV. From August 16, the product will be available for Chinese buyers. Xiaomi transparent TV features 10-bit panel display, 120Hz refresh rate, and 1ms response rate. It looks like it will deliver an immersive viewing experience without any issue. 

All features are OK, but no one wants to take this TV to their homes. Xiaomi is marketing it as their latest TV, but Transparent OLED display is the old technology. LG has its transparent OLED signage, which shows that the technology is already prevailing in the market. 

If you Google “Transparent OLED display,” you will get a pretty good idea about the Transparent OLED looks and functioning of the OLED display. Most of the Transparent TVs look like any billboard ads, and people can purchase this product for any purpose. It would be best if you had a solid reason to replace your regular TV.

Generally, the picture on the transparent OLED display is quite bright. Some YouTube videos show the performance of transparent TV while playing any video game. Technically, it is possible to play video games on your transparent TV, but sometimes, you might notice that the bright pictures are washed out, which is not suitable for any transparent OLED TV. Even sometimes, you will see a white background just behind the screen, which is quite distracting. It is crucial for the transparent OLED TV that there should be a clear display for better viewing experience. 

Xiaomi acknowledges these things in its press release. Therefore, they say that their new transparent OLED TV is “Not a TV, but it’s an art piece.” They said that their transparent TV is suitable for museums, galleries, shopping malls, theaters, and other commercial places. These TVs are ideal for commercial purposes.

So, there are fewer chances that anyone can spend more than $7,000 for buying Xiaomi’s transparent TV, which is not best suitable for domestic use. People are expecting better and more advanced products from Xiaomi. Xiaomi needs to produce gadgets that normal people can afford and use them in their homes without any issue. 

source: https://ratinglr.com/possibly-no-one-will-buy-xiaomis-transparent-tv/

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