There’s a new budget TV from Xiaomi, wait! It’s not from the regular Mi TV series, but it was the first to adopt the Redmi brand.
We liked Thomson’s OATH Pro series TVs. It happens to be Thomson’s flagship series with features such as 4K resolution and Dolby Vision. Next is the PATH series, which is primarily aimed at budget-focused buyers.
Rather than delving into how this differs from a Mi-branded TV, it’s better to look at the Redmi Smart TV X55 as the next variation in the series (until it actually becomes one) to see what it offers and its performance. it’s simple. And that’s exactly what we’re trying to do with the Redmi Smart TV X55.
Not long ago, the company released a 42-inch smart TV model in the PATH series. The price is close to that of competing brand 40-inch TVs. Can this lead Thomson to the path of glory? Let’s check.
The power LED is at the bottom left of the screen. The TV can be wall-mounted or placed on a desk using the included plastic stand and screws. The stand is on the thick side and is suitable for firmly fixing the TV.
Unlike the OATH Pro series, this Thomson TV boasts an outdated design, not too thick, but with a prominent plastic bezel around the screen. The quality of the build isn’t premium, but it’s meant to be a low-priced TV, and many won’t complain.
- Affordable, but not the best or smartest option
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