Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 review: Smart and sensible
Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 was launched in India on March 21. The gadget is the first Redmi-branded TV to use the Amazon Fire TV interface. Fire OS 7 lets you stream content from apps like Prime Video, Netflix, and Disney+, and also lets you control devices with Amazon.com Alexa voice commands. Gizmo has 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and 60Hz refresh rate and ALLM.
The Redmi Smart Fire TV uses the Vibrant Picture Engine to deliver over 16 million high-definition photos. Integrated 20W speakers support Dolby Audio, DTS-HD and DTS Online X to deliver audio. You can connect your device wirelessly to your TV via Bluetooth 5.0, or cast from your mobile device via Apple AirPlay or Miracast. Physical ports on the device include HDMI ARC, HDMI, USB 2.0, and Ethernet. A 65-bit quad-core cpu and Mali G31 MP2 GPU with 1GB + 8GB RAM power the TV. With a 32-inch design, the screen-to-body ratio is 96.9%, and the layout of the three sides is uncertain.
The TV is available through the Mi store and Amazon, and customers can also enjoy a free 12-month Prime subscription. It’s unclear when and if the TV will launch in other markets.
Xiaomi has disrupted the smart TV market in India by offering large-screen, high-resolution smart TVs at unbeatable prices. The company has been selling smart TVs in India for more than five years, and every TV it sells comes pre-installed with Google’s Android TV operating system. For the first time, Xiaomi has partnered with Amazon to launch its first 32-inch Smart TV with FireOS in India – the Redmi Smart Fire TV 32.
Design: Comparable to any premium smart TV
The Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 doesn’t look too different from any modern smart TV in 2023, and with a bezel-less layout, there’s nothing to complain about. With a bezel-less design on three sides, the Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 feels and looks modern, and is smaller than many cheap 32-inch smart TVs with large bezels on all four sides.
While the bezels aren’t as svelte as Xiaomi’s official offering in India would suggest, the 95.72 percent screen-to-body ratio makes it a good-looking TV, albeit at an affordable price.
When it comes to connectivity, the Redmi Smart Fire Television 32 has you covered. The TV’s I/O includes two HDMI ports, one of which can simultaneously connect a video game console and a DTH set-top box. Additionally, the unit has an antenna port, an RJ45 Ethernet jack, AV input and two USB 2.0 ports. The large number of input ports allows users to connect outdated wired network receivers directly to their smart TVs without any problems.
Redmi Smart Fire TV：software experience
I personally feel that Amazon’s Fire OS provides a more extreme smart TV experience than Google’s Android TV, and this place is no exception. Despite only having 1GB of RAM, the Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 didn’t feel sluggish when scrolling through the UI, and I was also able to install my favorite OTT apps like Prime Video, Netflix, and Hotstar without any issues.
Most smart TVs based on the Android TV operating system only offer Chromecast, which requires an internet connection to stream content from a phone or tablet. The Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 does miss out on Chromecast, though. It supports Apple’s AirPlay and uses Miracast support, allowing users to mirror content from their smartphones without an internet connection.
Another fantastic element of the whole experience is the smart remote that comes with the TV. The smallest remote for Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 has dedicated buttons for accessing Netflix, Prime Video Clip and YouTube. Plus, it has a blue Alexa button for quick and easy access to Alexa, and Alexa is certainly far better than Google Aide when it comes to voice recognition.
Image and Audio Quality
The Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 features a 720p HD full-screen panel along with a 20W stereo speaker setup with Dolby Audio support. Since it is a high-definition panel, it is recommended to keep a distance of at least 1.2 meters between the TV and the client to obtain the best viewing experience. Since testing this smart TV, I’ve been using it to watch shows on Prime Video, WPL matches on the JioCinema app, and whatever is running.
Most of all, I really like the slightly saturated color tuning of the panel, which makes everything stand out. With 5GHz Wi-Fi, Smart TVs can seamlessly stream HD content in every OTT system. Overall, the is offers a smooth user experience.
Although the picture quality of the Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 is comparable to other 32-inch smart TVs, the sound quality still makes me excited. The stereo audio speaker array with around 20W of audio output not only looks loud, but also delivers clear audio with good bass.
Smart TV Conclusion: A good TV for the money
The Redmi Smart Fire TV 32 is a strong and functional item. By supplying just the right feature set, Redmi has actually released an economical yet really useful smart television that is certainly the ideal upgrade for those who still have a CRT (cathode ray tube) TV at home。
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