Hisense has recently announced their upcoming Android TV-powered ULED TV with the H8 Series and Q9 Series.
Hisense H8 Series (2019)
Hisense’s H8 series for 2019 come with 4K UHD resolution, a wide-colour gamut ( >90% DCI-P3), 240 Motion Rate smooth image processing and Full Array Local Dimming (with up to 60 local dimming zones).
The H8 included support for Dolby Vision and HDR10 and is running Android TV, meaning you’ll also have access to the Google Assistant. The TV can also be controlled via your Amazon Echo.
The TV uses ULED Dynamic Nanocrystal Backlighting and has 4 HDMI 2.0 ports, 1 USB port, an Ethernet port, RCA, Optical audio and an earphone/audio jack.
The Hisense H8 Series will come in two sizes, a 55-inch for $899 CAD and a 65-inch for $1,199 CAD. When it launches in June, it’ll be available from The Brick, Visions, Leon’s and Brault & Martineau.
Hisense Q9 Series (2019)
Hisense’s Q9 series is where things get interesting as the TV comes with 4K UHD resolution, 100% DCI-P3 Wide-Colour Gamut, Full Array Local Dimming (up to 132 zones), Quantum Dot that will help the TV achieve pinpoint colour accuracy.
It also comes with 120Hz Native panel for smooth motion, Motion Rate 480 image processing, Wide Viewing Angle, Dolby Vision and HDR10 support.
Just like the H8, the Q9 also comes with Android TV, so you have access to apps such as YouTube, Netflix and more with the ability to cast your content from your phone. The Q9 also can be controlled via an Amazon Echo or via the Google Assistant built-in to Android TV.
The TV uses ULED Dynamic Nanocrystal Backlighting and has 4 HDMI 2.0 ports, 2 USB ports, an Ethernet port, RCA, Optical audio and an earphone/audio jack.
The Hisense Q9 Series comes in two sizes, a 55-inch for $1,299 CAD and a 65-inch for $1,799 CAD. The Q9 will be available from Visions, Brault & Martineau in June.