Hisense is launching two new ULED Android TVs in Canada, starting this week with their brand new Hisense 4K Ultra HD H8, and the premium Q9.
Both models take advantage of the Hisense Hi-View chipset to automatically adjust colours to make everything from movies and television shows to gaming look more vivid, while balancing brightness and contrast, and improving picture quality.
The H8 features Wide Colour Gamut, 700 nits peak brightness, MEMC for smoother motion, Dolby Vision with HDR10 to add realism, depth, and vibrant colours to anything you watch, full array local dimming, dbx-tv audio technology, with Android TV OS, built-in Google Assistant, and it works with Amazon Alexa.
The Hisense Q9 features premium ULED with a 120hz native panel and Quantum Dot, peak brightness up to 1,000 nits, and up to 132 local dimming zones for greater contrast control.
The Quantum Dot technology works to provide greater colour accuracy, with Wide Colour Gamut that displays 100% of the DCI-P3 colour space. The Q9 TV uses the Hisense Hi-View DDS engine, controlling proprietary video processing algorithms that deliver impressive 4K Super Resolution images.
Both TVs use Android TV to bring live and on-demand content from top streaming services like YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crave. You can also connect your Chromecast supported smartphone to the TV, to view pictures and videos from your device, or use the Google Assistant to search for content.
The H8 and Q9 TVs also allow you to control smart devices through the TV with Google Assistant, or the Hisense skill with your Amazon Echo devices.
The 55-inch Hisense H8 will retail for $899, and the 65-inch model will be $1199, while the Hisense 55-inch Q9 will retail for $1299, with the 65-inch model priced at $1799.
Hisense’s new Android TVs will be available at The Brick, Leon’s, Visions, and Brault & Martineau amongst other retailers.
Stay tuned for our review of the new Hisense H8 coming soon.