Xiaomi Mi Box 3s, Mi Box 3c Launched, Remarkable Specs Include 4-Core Processor, 4K Support, AI; Mi Mix To Roll Out In 5.5 Inch Variant?


Xiaomi Mi Box line reportedly gets two new smart TV box under 3,000 Rupees. Both devices are slated to come with quad-core processors, 4K support and artificial intelligence out of the box. In addition, the Xiaomi Mi Mix is slated to roll out with a 5.5 inch model as well.

Xiaomi recently announced two new versions of the smart TV box. The Xiaomi Mi Box 3s was launched at Rs 2,949 while the Mi Box 3c came with a Rs 1,969 price tag. The Mi Box 3s reportedly also comes with a 64-bit Quad-core Amlogic S905X processor. Additionally, the device will come with 2GB RAM and 8GB internal storage.

The Xiaomi Mi Box 3s will also sport HDMI 2.0a support as well as 4K support at 60fps out of the box. The company also included support for HDR images combined with a Patch Wall and AI system. Other features include Mi Touch IR Remote, DTS decoding and Dolby support, FirstPost Tech reported.

The Xiaomi Mi Box 3c reportedly rolls out with 1GB RAM and 4GB internal storage. The 3c will also come with Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, Dual band support at 2.4 and 5GHs as well as Bluetooth v4.1. The 3c is said to come with specs similar to the Mi Box 3 but cheaper while the Mi Box 3s received the five major updates at the price of the Mi Box 3.

In other news, Xiaomi not only launched the Xiaomi Mi Box but the Xiaomi Mi Mix as well. The smartphone features a 6.4 inch display with an almost bezel-less design. Leaked reports claim that the Chinese company will roll out with a smaller 5.5 inch variant, GSM Arena reported.

Xiaomi Mi Box and the Xiaomi Mi Mix are expected to sell quickly in the market. Rumor has it that the handset will feature a Snapdragon 821 chipset with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Leaked reports also claim that the smaller Mi Mix codenamed Nano may be announced before the year ends. Watch Xiaomi Mi Box 3s and Mi Box 3C launch starting Nov. 22 here:

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