Check the new Croma Offer on the Xiaomi Android 55 Inch TV (2022 Model) today

Hurry up and move to the Croma store or its official website to buy a new Android Smart TV at a 53% discount. The Xiaomi Android TV is now available at just Rs.94,999 saving up to Rs. 1,05,000 on its retail price. Upon this price, you can get a 10% Instant Discount upto Rs.2,500 on a Bank of Baroda Credit card.

You can also buy it at an EMI of Rs.4,472 per month. On EMI Croma provide more offer through which you can buy now and pay in 3 Easy EMIs for free using a Qik EMI card. Along with 12 months warranty, there is an extendable 1-year warranty at the cost of Rs. 7,756

The Xiaomi Android TV is a 55 inches 4K Ultra HD OLED Android TV with a 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution. The TV has a 60Hz refresh rate with the Android TV 11 operating system. The best thing is that it is also equipped with Google Assistant.

It is equipped with 8 30W Dolby Surround Speakers. It has 3GB RAM and a massive 32GB internal storage. Talking about the connectivity then it has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support. There are also 3 HDMI 2.1, 1 optical, 1 RJ45, and 2 USB 2.0 ports.

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