NEWS: Hisense announces 144Hz U7 TV for rescheduled Euro 2020

technomen

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Two steps of product and technology, "U7G, U9G" will be launched globally
For a long time, Hisense’s most core product is ULED, the "U7, U9" product group with partitioned backlight as its strengths, Qiuzhong "U7" series products are committed to the popularization of high-end display technology, "U9" is often crazy. In the online exhibition at CES, we can see U7 series products equipped with new chips and image quality technology. Of course, we will also see U9 series products blessed by mini LEDs. Known for Hisense, mini LED technology may make the visual perception of U9 series products upgrade again. Hisense U7G series new products will officially land on the global market in March.
Source:tv.zol.com.cn
 

technomen

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beautiful designs ! :smashin:
I hope we will have it in 55 and 65 inches like Samsung and TCL !
we've been waiting for a model like this for a long time ...
 

technomen

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yes I know but it's not too late to produce them in several sizes including 55" like the competition (Samsung, TCL and LG)! The People are asking for a 55 inch. :) Please Mr Hisense.
 

Kingchin

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beautiful designs ! :smashin:
I hope we will have it in 55 and 65 inches like Samsung and TCL !
we've been waiting for a model like this for a long time ...
I would hold your breath until Hisense actually confirm if their top tier 2021 U9 series Mini-LED tv's are releasing here in the UK this year. 🤔

Top tier Samsung QLED Neo Mini-LED tv's & LG QNED Mini-LED tv's are definitely releasing here in the UK 2021.

TCL is speculated to release a mid tier Mini-LED tv here in the UK this year. But it won't be the much better specced OD Zero Mini-LED one.
 

M1987

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I would hold your breath until Hisense actually confirm if their top tier 2021 U9 series Mini-LED tv's are releasing here in the UK this year. 🤔

Top tier Samsung QLED Neo Mini-LED tv's & LG QNED Mini-LED tv's are definitely releasing here in the UK 2021.

TCL is speculated to release a mid tier Mini-LED tv here in the UK this year. But it won't be the much better specced OD Zero Mini-LED one.
Apparently all the Hisense models will be the same all over the world starting from this year instead of bringing out different models in Europe, US etc
 

Kingchin

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Apparently all the Hisense models will be the same all over the world starting from this year instead of bringing out different models in Europe, US etc
That simplify's things for consumers. But the important question still remains whether Hisense flagship Mini-LED tv's will release here in the UK this year...

As for the last few years Hisense haven't released their top model tvs in the UK. Hopefully their flagship U9 Mini-LED tv's will release here this year. But we might just get the basic U7 series tv's and below which aren't Mini-LED.

Hisense haven't even released the Duel Cell LCD tv with almost OLED black levels here. Yet Australia a much smaller market got it a month or so ago. The business decisions from the Chinese companies Hisense & TCL are strange.
 

Ruffuz

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yes I know but it's not too late to produce them in several sizes including 55" like the competition (Samsung, TCL and LG)! The People are asking for a 55 inch. :) Please Mr Hisense.
yes, 55" seems to be the sweet spot atm though my next TV will probably be 65" as I sit quite far.
 

technomen

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Hisense 75U9GQ: Flagship with mini LED in 4K
Hisense is preparing for the Euro with new series of TVs in 4K and 8K, among which the big 75-inch 75U9GQ stands out. Its flagship. It will be available in 65 inches as well as 65U9GQ.

It is a mini LED technology for backlighting while it will have a QLED panel at the front.

The backlight system uses more than 20,000 mini LEDs, organized in 1280 zones with independent brightness control to present a nice image on the screen.

The panel is 100Hz (120Hz), is equipped with Dolby Vision IQ (which means that it also has high brightness, referred to as 2,000nits), IMAX Enhancer function and Filmmaker Mode.

Of course, the TV is equipped with HDMI 2.1 ports with gaming infrastructure such as VRR, ALLM and compatibility with AMD Free Sync.

Its sound system is 3.2.1, that is, well-maintained, with subwoofer and knowledge of Dolby Atmos and DTS: X.

The UI will be Vidaa 5.0 with the new features and its processor is the new Hi-View Engine Pro with AI upscaling.

It is expected to be on the market in the summer at a price of 4,990 euros.

Source:hxosplus.gr
 

technomen

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CES 21> Hisense U8GQ Ultra HD 4K QLED TV, 55 '' and 65 ''
Reminder of the key features of the Hisense 65U8GQ:
• 100 Hz panel
LCD panel
Ultra HD / 4K panel
• 10-bit screen (8-bit + FRC)
• Processor: Quad Core
• Wide Color Gamut function
UPnP ( DLNA ) media gateway function
• DVR function
VRR function
eARC function
ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) function
• Quantum Dots function
• UHD Super Resolution function
HDR10 and HDR HLG compatibility
Bluetooth compatibility
HDR10 + compatibility
HDR Dolby Vision compatibility
HDCP 2.2 compatibility
Wi-Fi compatibility
HEVC compatibility
Dolby Atmos compatibility
HBBTV compatibility
Fransat compatibility
CEC compatibility
Canal Ready compatibility
VP9 compatibility
Bluetooth compatibility
HDCP 2.3 compatibility
• Imax Enhanced certification
• Filmmaker Mode certification
• Outputs: 1 optical
• Inputs: 4 HDMI 2.0b inputs , 1 Composite, 2 USB Host ports compatible with Fat32 and NTFS , 1 RCA stereo , 1 CI + port and 1 Ethernet port
• Amazon Alexa Multimedia
• Multimedia Works with Hey Google
• Multimedia Vidaa 5.0
• Full LED Local Dimming backlight system
• MEMC motion compensation
• Input Lag: <20 ms
• Number of zone (s): 120 on the 65 '', nc for the 55 ''
• Bright peak: 1000 nits
DVB ‑ T 2 tuner
DVB ‑ C tuner
DVB ‑ S 2 tuner
• Sound section: 2.1.2
Availability announced for spring. Indicative prices: € 1,490 for the Hisense 55U8GQ, € 1,990 for the Hisense 65U8GQ.



Source:avcesar.com
 

technomen

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Hisense launched the ULED U7 series of customized TVs for the 60th anniversary of the European Cup at this exhibition. The U7 series is Hisense's main high-end product in image quality, and has always had excellent screen brightness and contrast. The newly released U7 series takes a step forward in backlight technology, using Mini LED independently developed by Hisense, supporting 144HZ high refresh and XDR extremely high dynamic range.
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Source: pcpop.com
 

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