Hisense H9G and Hisense H8G go official with 4K ULED displays, Hisense H65, H4, R6 and R68 to follow

6 January 2020, 15:19:01

Hisense H9G and Hisense H8G go official with 4K ULED displays, Hisense H65, H4, R6 and R68 to followHisense's proprietary QLED technology is called ULED and today the company unveiled two new ULED TVs for 2020, all based on Android TV and with Google Assistant built-in. The Hisense H9G is a series of 4K TVs with up to 180 local dimming zones, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support, and 1000 nits peak brightness. The TVs are equipped with panels that have a native refresh rate of 120Hz. It is also equipped with far-field voice control with which you can control other smart appliances in your home without the need of voice-control enabled remote.

The Hisense H8G TVs have the same main features but the series is downgraded a bit. The models have 90 local dimming zones and a peak brightness of 700 nits. It features the Hi-View Engine and a dedicated Game Mode.

Later in 2020 Hisense will also unveil another Android TV series - the Hisense H65 and three new Roku TV series - the Hisense H4, Hisense R6 and Hisense R8.

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Specifications

Complete specifications of various desktop monitors and smart TVs, grouped according to their brand and year of announcement

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