Xiaomi Mi TV 4 55″ Vs Vu 43″ Android TV: Specs Comparison
Just like smartphones, televisions have evolved from CRT to Plasma to LED to Quantum DOT. Presently, televisions with Quantum DOT display are on an expensive side and most of the consumers are looking for an LED TV, which offers a great value for money.
Xiaomi recently launched the Xiaomi Mi TV 4 in India for Rs 39,999. The television comes with a 55 inch UHD 4K LED display with 4K resolution and HDR 10 capability. Similarly, Vu has also launched a new Vu Android TV for Rs 36,999. The television comes with a 43 inch UHD 4K LED display.
The Xiaomi Mi TV 4 has a 55 inch backlit LED display with UHD 4K resolution. Similarly, the Vu TV comes with 43 inch display with the same 4K UHD display. The Mi TV 4 is HDR 10 compatible, which is an advantage over the Vu’s offering. However, if you are looking for a high-resolution display with a smaller screen size, then you would like the Vu TV 43 inch.
The Vu TV 43 inch runs on Android TV OS based on Android 7 Nougat. However, the Xiaomi Mi TV 4 runs on PatchWall UI, based on Android 6 Marshmallow. Choosing between these OS should be as simple as choosing between custom and stock Android smartphones. The Vu TV comes with Google play store and natively supports YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon Prime. However, though the Mi TV 4 has an option for sideloading APK’s none of them actually worked on our review unit. The Vu TV also comes with ActivVoice Line, which is the Vu’s term for voice control, which is missing on the Xiaomi’s counterpart. However, unlike Xiaomi Mi TV 4, there is no smart analogue and digital TV integration.
|Feature||Xiaomi Mi TV 4 55 inch||Vu Android TV 43 inch|
|Price||Rs. 39,999||Rs. 36,999|
|OS||PatchWall UI||Stock Android Nougat TV OS|
|Sound||16 Watt||20 Watt|
|Additional features||HDR 10||ActivVoice Line voice control|