{Disarmed} Be careful, the Xiaomi TV Q1 is not the same as the Q1E: these are all its differences

Be careful, the Xiaomi TV Q1 is not the same as the Q1E: these are all its differences

Just a few hours ago Xiaomi announced in Spain its new smart televisions of the Xiaomi TV Q1E series, a product that has raised many doubts among users given their similarities with the already known Mi TV Q1 but beware, because both teams are not the same and there are differences between them.

You should know that the new Xiaomi TV Q1E series comes in two different panel sizes to choose from between 75 and 55 inches, for only the 75 inches of the Mi TV Q1 model, but these are not the only differences between the two, so let's give a review of all of them so that you know them in detail.

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Data comparison between the Xiaomi TV Q1E and the Xiaomi TV Q1

XIAOMI MI TV Q1 75 "

XIAOMI TV Q1E 75 "

XIAOMI TV Q1E 55 "

PANEL

75-inch 8-bit + FRC VA QLED 4K UHD LCD with 16: 9 aspect ratio

QLED with 192 local dimming zones, with 1,000 nits of brightness (100% NTSC, 95% DCI-P3, 99% BT 709)

8-bit QLED + FRC with 1,000 nits of brightness (103% NTSC, 97% DCI-P3)

RESOLUTION

4K UHD

4K UHD

4K UHD

NATIVE REFRESH

120Hz MEMC

120Hz MEMC

60Hz MEMC

PROCESSOR

MediaTek MT9611

MediaTek MT9611

MediaTek MT9611

GPU

Mali G52 MP2

Mali G52 MP2

Mali G52 MP2

RAM

2 GB

2 GB

2 GB

SECONDARY STORAGE

32 GB eMMC

32 GB eMMC

32 GB eMMC

OS

Android TV 10 (compatible with more than 7000 apps)
Miracast / Chromecast support

Android TV 10 (compatible with more than 7000 apps)
Miracast / Chromecast support

Android TV 10 (compatible with more than 7000 apps)
Miracast / Chromecast support

CONNECTIVITY

1 x HDMI 2.1 2 x HDMI 2.0
2 x USB 2.0
1 x Ethernet
1 x optical digital output
1 x RF
1 x 3.5mm jack

3 x HDMI eARC compliant
2 x USB 2.0 1 x Ethernet / LAN 100mbps
1 x CI Slot

3 x HDMI eARC compliant
2 x USB 2.0 1 x Ethernet / LAN 100mbps
1 x CI Slot

SOUND

  • 30W stereo speakers
  • Dolby Audio
  • Support for DTS-HD
  • 30W stereo speakers (2x15w)
  • Tweeter x 2 + Woofers x 2
  • Dolby Audio
  • Support for DTS-HD
  • 30W stereo speakers (2x15w)
  • Tweeter x 2 + Woofers x 2
  • Dolby Audio
  • Support for DTS-HD

WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY

Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.0

Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.0

Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.0

OTHERS

Dolby Vision, HDR10 +, HDR10 and HLG

HDR10, HDR10 +, HLG

HDR10, HDR10 +, HLG

PRICE

1599 euros

1599 euros

799 euros

Three televisions that bet on 4K but with subtle differences

Mitv Q1e 75

It is true that this movement by Xiaomi is somewhat confusing, especially at the level of the 75-inch models of the Mi TV Q1E and Mi TV Q1, but there are slight differences that mean that both models are not exactly the same. Aesthetically both are practically identical, with a refined and premium design , and the aspect in which they change is in their physical connectivity, being as follows:

  • Mi TV Q1: 1 x HDMI 2.1 2 x HDMI 2.0 | 2 x USB 2.0 | 1 x Ethernet | 1 x optical digital output | 1 x RF | 1 x 3.5mm jack

  • Mi TV Q1E 75 "and 55": 3 x HDMI compliant with eARC | 2 x USB 2.0 1 x Ethernet / LAN 100mbps | 1 x CI Slot

Of course, where we see a more differential design is in the 55-inch model of the Mi TV Q1E, where we find a base with double support located at the lower ends of the product , while the 75-inch models maintain the same format. Elongated base for a greater support surface.

Mitv Q1e 55
55-inch Xiaomi Mi TV Q1E

Another of the differences that we are going to find will be internally, where we have slight changes at the level of implemented technologies. For example, the MI TV Q1 model integrates compatibility with Dolby Vision something that, at least on paper, the Q1E models cannot enjoy.

In addition, in the case of the 55-inch variant of the Q1E we see how the refresh rate of the panel is clearly lower than the 75-inch models, leaving this at 60 Hz for the 120 Hz of its brothers.

A detail that we cannot see with the naked eye is the implementation of audio systems in this new generation. Previously, the 75-inch Mi TV Q1 integrated an elaborate system made up of six small 5W speakers that managed to reproduce different frequencies separately.

Mitv Q1e 75 2

In this new generation we see how the classic format of two 15 W stereo speakers has been chosen that equal the 30W power of the Q1 model , but will not give the experience of frequency separation that the latter offered, at least on paper.

For the rest, we found few differences between the three models beyond an obvious density of pixels per inch higher in the 55-inch model , but all of them mount panels with 4K resolution, the same CPU and GPU power, the same internal storage and even identical operating system of Android TV 10 .

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Finally, as expected, the price is another of the key factors to take into account in these three models. Of course, the 55-inch Mi TV Q1E variant is the cheapest with a price of 799 euros , while the Mi TV Q1E and Mi TV Q1 75-inch models can be found at the same RRP of 1599 euros .

Mitv Q1e 55 1

Of course, we must bear in mind that only the latter can be purchased at present with a slightly lower price for the Mi TV Q1 given its time in the market but, unfortunately, for the 55-inch Mi TV Q1E we will have to wait until the next November 11 to be able to get it in Spain.

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