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Hisense A85H: New 4K OLED TV with a peak brightness of 800 nits

Hisense Launches New OLED TV – A85H
Hisense Launches New OLED TV – A85H

A couple of years ago, reports flashed in the media that  Hisense  was phasing out OLED TVs  . But either the company was misunderstood, or it changed its mind in time, but the Chinese continue to please their fans every year with new products in this premium category.

So this year, another  Hisense OLED A85H model comes out in two popular modifications – 55  and 65  inches. The TV has a refresh rate of 120Hz , reaches a peak brightness of 800 nits , supports  HDR10 ,  HDR10+ ,  Dolby Vision (with Dolby Vision IQ technology) and runs on the  VIDAA U6.0 platform (which is based on Android TV) with  Google Assistant voice assistants and  Amazon Alexa .

The TV ‘s Hi-View Engine CPU  incorporates a range of image quality enhancing features, including  AI Picture Optimization ,  AI Scene Recognition ,  AI 4K Upscaling ,  3D Digital Comb Filter  , and more. Gamers in the  A85H  will be pleased with the support for  HDMI 2.1 technology and  AMD FreeSync .

A distinctive feature of the TV is a powerful audio system consisting of 6 speakers with a total output of 60 watts . It supports  Dolby Atmos  and  DTS X surround formats and has an advanced 2.1.2 channel configuration .

In terms of design, the novelty has an  elegant case characteristic of OLED  TVs. For added convenience, the screen can be rotated on the stand.

At the moment, the price of the A85H  is announced only for the Singaporean market: SGD 2,799 for the 65-inch modification and SGD 1,899 for the 55-inch modification.

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