Xiaomi has confirmed that the event, which is expected on August 10, will also announce an OLED gaming TV with support for NVIDIA G-Sync technology in addition to many other new products.
The manufacturer spoke about this on his page on the Chinese social network Weibo. The company has clarified that the second generation Mi OLED TV will be its first product to achieve G-Sync certification. In fact, according to Xiaomi, this is a gaming monitor that surpasses the capabilities of traditional TVs. Unfortunately, all other details will have to wait until the official announcement. It is not known how many models will be released, available screen sizes and resolutions are unknown, nothing is said about HDR certification.
NVIDIA also refrained from commenting. The list of large-format gaming displays (Big Format Gaming Displays) within the framework of a specialized certification program for TVs with G-Sync modules has not yet expanded. On the other hand, it will be a surprise if a new model (or models) from Xiaomi does not appear there even after the official announcement.
If the program includes the second generation of Mi OLED TV, then you should expect a screen refresh rate of at least 75 Hz, a wide color gamut, a short response time, as well as support for ULMB (Ultra-Low Motion Blur) technology, which reduces blur in dynamic scenes. It is logical to assume support for the HDMI 2.1 standard (with ALLM, eARC and VRR). The announcement of the second generation of Xiaomi Mi OLED TV is expected on August 10.