Hisense Flagship Smart TV Launched with 4K Display, Powerful 80W Speaker and 2HDMI Port -Newshubweek

Hisense Flagship Smart TV Launched with 4K Display, Powerful 80W Speaker and 2HDMI Port
Written by Arindam

Hisense, a well-known name in the world of smart TVs, has unveiled its new flagship TV. The Hisense A9H Smart TV was launched as a successor to last year’s A9G, which featured a 65-inch 4K OLED display. The new TV has been equipped with some special features, the most important of which are 80 watt speakers. It turns the TV into a home theater. Apart from this, users get an aspect ratio of 16: 9, 4K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. This TV has 2 HDMI 2.1 ports and it can support VRR up to 120Hz.

Hisense A9H Price and Availability

This TV has just been brought to the UK. It comes in 55 inch and 65 inch sizes. At present, only 65 inch model has been brought for sale. Its price has been fixed at 2299 pounds (about Rs 2,21,603). The price itself makes it clear that this TV from Hisense is its flagship model and is especially for those who aspire to have a great experience with their smart TV.

Specifications of Hisense A9H Smart TV

This TV has an OLED display, which claims to impress with its colors. Apart from this, users get Dolby Vision IQ support. This feature offers maximum brightness of 1,000 nits while watching HDR content.

HDR10+ is also supported in this smart TV. 80W speakers are great features. After listening to them, the shortage of home theater can be filled. This TV also has a vibrating screen-based sound system. It’s called ‘Sonic Screen’. This TV runs on the company’s operating system Vidaa U6.0 as well as supports Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. It also supports streaming services like Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, Netflix and YouTube.

Although it can be a big game changer for gamers. The company says that this TV will especially be liked by gamers. The reason for this is the two HDMI 2.1 ports given in it. It can support VRR up to 120 Hz. That is, it can support Play Station (PS5) and Xbox Series X at the same time. The company has not said anything about when this TV will come in other markets.

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