Hisense has just announced a ton of new TV models and also some new soundbars. Of course, the one that we are all most excited about is the U9H Series, which Hisense is hyping up as “The Best of Everything”.
The Hisense U9H series is a mini-LED TV, which makes it a pretty premium TV from the company. It can reach 2,000 nits of peak brightness and features more than 1,280 full-array local dimming zones. It has Quantum Dot technology, along with Dolby Vision and Dolby Vision IQ, providing a really incredible picture quality on this TV. It’s 4K, unfortunately, not 8K just yet.
With the Game Mode Pro included, there is also support for Variable Refresh Rate or VRR, and FreeSync. But no HDMI 2.1 unfortunately. As far as the sound experience goes, it’s got eARC included, WISA and a 2.1.2 audio channel configuration.
Hisense U7H is perfect for gamers
The Hisense U7H is also being announced today, which is deemed as “Great for Gamers” by Hisense. It sports HDMI 2.1, giving you 4K 120Hz for gaming. It also has Variable Refresh Rate, for a really incredible gaming experience.
Like the U9H series, the U7H series also has support Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10 and HDR 10+, Quantum Dot and FreeSync included. Giving you a really incredible visual experience. On the audio front, there is also support for eARC to add soundbars like the Sonos Beam or Arc. There’s also support for Dolby Atmos here, which is really incredible to have included in the TV itself. Typically, that is included in the soundbars that are sold separately.
The U6H series is the best value of 2022
The U6H series is big on features, but keeps the price low, even though Hisense hasn’t told us what the prices will be for this series.
Hisense is offering the U6H in sizes from 50 to 75 inches. So they’ll be available in the most popular sizes. It does also have most of the usual display standards available. Like Dolby Vision, Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10, HDR 10+, and there’s even Filmmaker mode available. Allowing you to see content the way the director intended. With support for Google Assistant, the TV can be your entire hub.
Finally, wrapping up the TVs, Hisense is announcing the A7H, A6H and A74H series. These are smart TVs that are priced more aggressively, for those that don’t want to spend a fortune on a TV. These will be available in up to 85-inch models. They all support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, which could make them the best budget TVs on the market.
When can I buy these TVs?
Hisense has not yet released availability or pricing on these new TVs just yet. So we’re unsure when these will go on sale. But they will likely be staggered throughout the first half of 2022.
All of these TVs are running on Google TV. Hisense is not offering any Roku TV models this year, surprisingly.