Xiaomi announced on Monday that the Xiaomi TV webcam will be launched in India on Thursday, June 24. New devices will appear as accessories for smart TVs, enabling them to make full HD video calls. Xiaomi revealed that the Xiaomi TV webcam will be equipped with 3D noise reduction and far-field microphones. Due to the ongoing pandemic caused by the coronavirus, people mostly stay indoors, so there is a demand for smart TV webcams. Several companies, including OnePlus, have also recently brought proprietary webcam modules to their smart TVs.
Millet Tweet From its Mi TV India account, announced the release date of the Mi TV webcam. The company said that external devices will support full HD video calls through Google Duo.
In addition to the tweets, Xiaomi also created a special micro-site for the press conference to showcase the features of the Xiaomi TV webcam, including dual far-field microphones and physical privacy shutter. The device also has a handle for clamping on the TV.
Although Xiaomi did not provide more detailed information about the Mi TV webcam, the reminder (@heyitsyogesh) Tweet The device will be basically the same as the OnePlus webcam launched with the OnePlus U1S TV earlier this month. The prompter said that both webcams were developed by the manufacturer Seevo, and the only difference between them is the unique branding on the privacy shutters.
The Xiaomi TV webcam is said to be priced at Rs. 2,500. To provide some perspective, the OnePlus TV webcam was launched at Rs. 2,499.
It is not clear whether the Mi TV webcam is unique to Xiaomi’s Mi TV product portfolio, or whether it is also applicable to other smart TVs. However, the prompter said that the webcam has a USB Type-C port on the front of the connection.
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