It was in 2021 when the Q1E 55 TV arrived to expand the range of Xiaomi televisions. With many compatibilities, and even HDMI 2.1 ports, this model sees its price go from 799 euros to only 499 euros in Boulanger.
Xiaomi launched into the television market a few years ago, having invested heavily in the market for smartphones, scooters and various connected objects. In 2021, its Q1E 55 was presented. For less than 800 euros, this model offered endless compatibility with the best video standards, as well as HDMI 2.1 ports (but without 4K@120fps) and good sound quality. To this day, television continues to offer all this, but for less than 500 euros thanks to this great promotion.
The essential points of the Xiaomi Q1E 55 TV
- A 55-inch 4K QLED panel
- HLG, HDR10, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision compatible
- From HDMI 2.1 ports
First sold at 799 euros, the Xiaomi Q1E 55 TV is now available at 499 euros on Boulanger.
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A comfortably sized borderless QLED panel
Its name indicates it very well: the Xiaomi Q1E 55 TV is a 55-inch television. This is an ideal diagonal for viewing content comfortably, without taking up too much space in your room. Above all, this model wins points thanks to its careful and sober design. The brand has opted for a thin metal frame that is very quickly forgotten around the screen, which allows images to be given their full place and reinforces immersion. Quite practical when you know that this television, which also offers 4K UHD definition (3,840 x 2,160), is compatible with the best video standards, such as Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HDR10 +.
On the other hand, despite the fact that this TV benefits from QLED technology, we noticed during our test that the color reproduction was not always faithful and that the brightness was not high enough. However, the different modes available (Standard, Vivid, Cinema, Games or even Sport) should allow you to obtain an image processing adapted to each content. On the audio system side, the Xiaomi Q1E 55 TV has 6 speakers of 15 W each and supports the Dolby Audio and DTS formats, which is a guarantee of obtaining a fairly immersive render.
Android TV, still just as nice
For its Q1E 55, the Chinese brand has opted for the excellent Android TV operating system, which has been renewed to get closer to what the new Chromecast with Google TV offers. The user experience will be much more personalized, with relevant content suggestions based on your profile. Naturally, you’ll also have access to thousands of apps via the Play Store, with all the Google features that come with it, like the Google Assistant for your voice requests and Chromecast for streaming content from a smartphone or tablet.
Not 4K@120FPS, unfortunately…
As for the gaming aspect, the Xiaomi Q1E 55 TV has three HDMI 2.1 ports, which, in theory, is very good news for owners of the latest generation consoles. However, the panel doesn’t refresh at 100Hz, so it won’t support 4K at 120fps. The VRR is also absent subscribers. However, we can take solace in the presence of the ALLM(Low latency auto mode) that significantly reduces latency by automatically switching to a mode intended for this purpose. Above all, the TV promises an input lag of just 10.4ms, which is simply excellent: so there will be less than a frame of delay between when the player presses a button on the controller and when the action has place on the TV. screen. However, please note that by default, HDMI inputs are limited to the 1.4 standard. So you’ll have to go into the HDMI menus to change this and select 2.0 or 2.1, depending on your needs.
To find out even more, do not hesitate to read our complete test of the Xiaomi Q1E 55 television.
If you want to discover other references that offer the same screen diagonal as the Xiaomi Q1E 55, we now invite you to consult our guide to the best 55-inch 4K televisions of the moment.
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