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Hisense introduces three new LCD TVs for the European market

Hisense introduces three new LCD TVs for the European market
Hisense introduces three new LCD TVs for the European market

Following the  OLED A85H, Hisense  is introducing three more TV models for the European market. These are the premium  ULED U8H, the mid-range ULED U7H and the budget  QLED A7H .

Hisense  calls  the U8H  the most feature-packed TV in its lineup. It is based on three powerful pillars:  MiniLED  backlight with full array local dimming, ULED  screen with Quantum Dots color filter, and Hi-View Engine video processor with AI-based algorithms. As a result, the TV provides high-quality images with a high peak brightness of 1200 nits, a wide color gamut of a billion shades and deep contrast, the manufacturer claims. The  U8H is  designed to make a special impression when viewing the HDR format  , since both  Dolby Vision and HDR10+ .

The TV comes with a standard 20W audio system , but is capable  of Dolby Atmos decoding for cinematic audio to external speakers. Gamers will be pleased to know that the  U8H  has a 120Hz refresh rate , supports  ALLM ,  VRR ,  eARC ,  HDMI 2.1 and offers minimal input lag. The smart functions of the TV are provided by  VIDAA’s  proprietary  U6 ​​platform . U8H  is offered in three diagonal versions – 55 , 65  and 75 inches, differing from each other in the number of dimming zones. There are 112 on the small screen, 160  on average, and 180 on the largest .

One step lower is the  U7H model , the main difference from its older brother is the use of a traditional direct-type backlight instead of  MiniLED . In addition, the connections here use the  HDMI 2.0 standard instead  of HDMI 2.1 . Other  than that, the U7H  has many of the same great features, including a 120Hz refresh rate ULED quantum dot screen  , local  dimming ,  Dolby Vision and  HDR10 + support ,  Hi-View Engine , enhanced gaming features,  VIDAA U6 smart platform. Available diagonals – 55 , 65 , 75  and 85  inches.

And finally,  the Hisense A7H is a more affordable option for those who don’t want to overpay for advanced features. This TV features a 60Hz direct-backlit screen with quantum dots for enhanced color reproduction, supports  Dolby Vision and  HDR10 + , offers a variety of wired and wireless connectivity options, voice control, but has a less powerful processor and runs on a previous version of the  VIDAA platform  –  U5 . European buyers will have access to 6 modifications of  A7H with  diagonals from 43  to 75 inches.

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