Hisense on Wednesday unveiled its 2021 lineup of ULED TVs consisting of five models, most of them running on top of Google’s Android TV platform. From quantum dot 4K Android TVs to an 8K Roku TV, and Hisense’s long-awaited dual-cell display technology, the Hisense 2021 TV lineup is probably one of the best lineups from the company.
Out of the five models in the Hisense ULED lineup for 2021, four of them run on top of Android TV and the base model is the U6G. This is a 4K panel with a 60Hz refresh rate and includes Quantum Dot Color. Here’s what all the five Hisense ULED TVs in the 2021 lineup offers.
Hisense U6G: 4K TV With Better Pricing, More Sizes
Hisense U6G is the base model in the ULED 2021 lineup that includes a 4K panel with a 60Hz refresh rate. With Quantum Dot Color, Full-Array Local Dimming, and up to 600 nits of peak brightness, the Hisense U6G supports both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. It runs on top of Google Android TV and carries the redesigned “Discover” home screen. Like most Android TVs, it also comes with built-in Google Assistant and Chromecast.
The Hisense U6G is available in several screen sizes, with 50, 55, 65, and 75-inch models. You can purchase them through BestBuy starting from $499 for the 50-inch U6G. The other 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch models carry a price tag of $549, $749, and $1,099 respectively.
Hisense U7G: Suited for Gaming
The next model in the Hisense ULED 2021 lineup is the U7G, which is more focused on gaming. It also has a similar Quantum ULED 4K panel, but it carries a 120Hz refresh rate, HDMI 2.1, 1000 nits of peak brightness, and a “Game Mode Pro.” The TV is perfect for the latest PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. This set also boasts Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos and comes in three screen sizes.
There’s a 55-inch U7G model that is priced at $749 and goes up to 75-inch with a price of $1,399.
Hisense U8G: Great for Everything
According to Hisense, U8G is its best overall TV and calls it the “Great for everything” TV. Hisense U8G is also a 4K smart TV running on Android TV and features a 120Hz panel. The TV boasts a Full-Array backlight with up to 360 dimming zones and has a peak brightness of 1500 nits. The U8G also comes with Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos sound.
It is available in two screen sizes of 55-inch and 65-inch, with the 55-inch model selling at $949. The 65-inch U8G is priced at $1,299 and is available for purchase through Amazon and BestBuy.
Hisense U9DG: Dual-Cell Technology
The Hisense U9DG is the flagship of the 2021 lineup of the ULED TVs from the company. It runs on Android TV and is the first Dual Cell ULED 4K TV in the United States. The company has been boasting this display technology for several years, but it has now made its way to the US. The technology enables the TV to support up to 2 million local dimming zones. The U9DG has 1000 nits of peak brightness and comes with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support.
Further, Hisense says that its dual-cell display technology creates “40 times more contrast” and aims to rival OLED. The U9DG is a smart TV that also runs on Android TV and has built-in Google Assistant and an ultra-high-speed HDMI, making it great for gaming. The TV is available in 75-inch screen size for $3,499.
Hisense U800GR: 8K Panel With Roku TV
Finally, there’s the Hisense U800GR, the first 8K TV from the company. The U800GR is also the first 8K model that comes with Roku TV. This set includes a 75-inch 120Hz panel, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and hits 1000 nits of peak brightness. The 75-inch Hisense U800GR will start selling this summer at $3,199.
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