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Xiaomi is working on a 30 inch curved monitor, launches in Q1 2021: Report


Earlier today (9th December 2020), a new report surfaced that suggested that Xiaomi could be working on a new curved monitor. This new monitor is said to launch in the first quarter of 2021 and will feature a 30 inch screen.


Xiaomi is known to diversify its consumer electronics portfolio, and had even added displays, monitors and gaming monitors to its vast arsenal of products last year. Back in October 2019, the Chinese tech giant launched the Xiaomi Mi Surface 34 inch Gaming Display. It was the first from the company and featured a resolution of 3440x1440px with a 21:9 aspect ratio. This display was primarily targeted for gamers and offered a high refresh rate panel with a 1500R curvature.

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We had reviewed the Mi Surface 34 inch Gaming Display, which featured 121 percent sRGB color gamut and AMD FreeSync support. Last month, the company launched the Xiaomi Fast LCD 24.5 inch Monitor in China. Notably, this new 30 inch curved gaming monitor could be the successor to the Mi Surface 34 inch Gaming Display. Although, that is just speculation so take it with a pinch of salt for now. Back in May, we had also reported on multiple upcoming monitors that were expected to launch

later in the year. These included monitors from its subsidiary, Redmi.

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Notably, it was also recently reported that the last shipments of the Mi Surface 34 inch curved displays had been completed, and its production has been suspended due to the lack of supply from Samsung. Now, a 30 inch variant is being announced by Videocom in partnership with AUO and is expected to hit the market sometime in the first quarter of next year. Thus, the new Xiaomi monitor could be expected to feature this panel. Unfortunately, we have no finer details or specifications regarding the upcoming monitor, so stay tuned for more updates

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