After launching Mijia Projector last year and Mijia Projector 1S 4K version last month in China, Xiaomi has today launched its next-generation Mijia Projector 2 Pro. It is now available for pre-booking in China with a deposit of 100 yuan (~$14).
The Xiaomi Mijia Projector 2 Pro is priced at 4,599 yuan which roughly converts to $658. Those who pre-book the device will need to make payment for the remaining amount on 29th July, the day when the product will start shipping. Those who pre-book this projector will also get Mijia Charging Lamp for free.
The official listing of the Xiaomi Mijia Projector 2 Pro reveals that it comes with 4-channel Luminus LED light source which offers a brightness of up to 1300 ANSI Lumens. This is said to offer such brightness that it can also be used during the daytime.
The color gamut is ≥100% Rec709 and it supports HDR10+ decoding. The projection ratio is 1.1:1 and the device can cast images to a maximum size of 200 inches but the company is recommending a 60- to 120-inch screen.
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For the distance of up to 2 meters, the company suggests an 80-inch screen and for the distance of around 2.5 meters and 3 meters, the company is recommending a screen size of 100-inch and 120-inch respectively.
It offers two focus modes — TOF Non-Sensing Focus and Camera Focus. Thanks to the six-axis spiral instrument, the device can instantly complete Smart Focus whenever you are starting it for the first time or moving its location.
Under the hood, the Mijia Projector 2 Pro is powered by a 12nm Amlogic T972 processor which is claimed to have 63 percent better performance and 55 percent less power consumption compared to T962.
It packs 2GB of RAM and has 16GB of internal storage. Along with 4K decoding, the device also supports 8K decoding. There are 1.75-inch dual 10W full-frequency hi-fi speakers and the device also comes with XiaoAI Smart Voice Assistant.
As for the support for different projection methods, there’s Miracast, DLNA, and Airplay for photos, videos, and gaming. In the software department, it comes with PatchWall UI, which is found on Xiaomi Smart TVs and can be connected to smart home devices.
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