Announced Presently (12th May 2020), Wang Ziru, the founder of ZEALER (a firm that evaluates and reviews electronics products), broadcasted a video on his official Weibo account.
On the outstanding Chinese microblogging profile, Wang shared a video that uncovered how Redmi installed its monstrous 98 inch Smart TV Max.
In the video, it could be observed that you require a dedicated logistics team and labor just to get the big TV to ones’ doorstep. The delivery for this particular gadget is specially delivered and installed by trained professionals and not just easily shipped to a consumer. A little truck ships with about 4 or more employees that have to first check whether or not the large Redmi Smart TV Max 98 inch can even fit the elevator. If not, then they will be carrying it to houses in a tall storied building via the stairs.
Interestingly, Redmi will also be compensating for any damages done to the house or building while leading the TV and will In addition have a team to select up the orders in the case of returns or repairs. For those unaware, the Redmi Smart TV Max 98 inch is now the biggest TV ever made by the Chinese manufacturer. It could even be defined as a small home theatre screen with a high screen to body ratio of 98.8 percent.
Just its size can be enough of a hassle during shipping and even installation. The video broadcasted by Wang Ziru all but confirms the hassle just to take the Smart TV Max 98 inch even to customers’ doors. Fortunately, Redmi has taken mixed steps to make certain that the process is mostly taken care of. Generally, installing smart TVs is only a one or maybe a two-man job, but the 98 inch behemoth takes extra than twice that amount all because of to its large size.