Hisense U6G Full Array QLED TVs Launched with Up to 8K Resolution, 75-inch Screen Size: Price, Features

The Hisense U6G full array QLED TVs come with local dimming for better brightness and contrast control, at up to 8K resolution.

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Hisense U6G QLED TV

Hisense has launched a new series of full array QLED TVs in India, which are being offered in 4K and 8K resolutions, in three different screen sizes. The new range of TVs all support full array local dimming, which gives more uniform backlighting to a TV, alongside better, localised brightness and contrast control. On paper, this technology should lead to more dynamic images on the screen — especially in movies and scenes where the lighting is of sharp contrast.

Hisense U6G QLED TVs: price and availability

The Hisense U6G full array QLED TV is offered with a 4K resolution screen in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, and are priced at Rs 59,990 and Rs 84,990 respectively. The third TV in this series is the 75-inch, 8K QLED one, which is priced at Rs 3,99,990. The 55-inch and 75-inch Hisense U6G TVs will be available at both online and offline retailers from this week, while the 65-inch TV will be available to buy from early November. The company has said that the prices of both the 4K SKUs of the U6G QLED TVs is inaugural, suggesting that beyond the initial sale period, their prices may differ.

Key features

The new Hisense U6G QLED TVs offer full array local dimming, which on paper suggests better image contrast performance. The TV panel features Quantum Dot pixels, and runs on Android TV 10.0. The TVs feature over 1 billion colours on the screen, and produces 700 nits peak brightness. The TVs are powered by a ‘Hi-View Engine’, which is the image processor handling picture latency and motion smoothness. The TVs also feature Dolby Vision HDR, hence bringing image upscaling technology in accordance with this standard.

In terms of sound, the TVs feature Dolby Atmos certified, 24W inbuilt speakers. In terms of design, the Hisense U6G TVs showcase a slim bezel build, as is the norm in modern day TVs. They also feature built-in Google Assistant, and in terms of connectivity, offer HDMI, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB — all in line with the minimum expectations in the smart TV segment.

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