Unlock the beauty of QLED with the 4K HDR Certified Hisense U7Q series for the new 2020. Get closer to reality with Quantum Dot Technology (QLED) with over a billion true-to-life colors for smoother gradients and vivid reds, greens, and blues. It is supporting all the latest HDR formats of pf HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, and HLG to deliver brighter, more detailed scenes with enhanced contrast levels. Inspired by cinema technology, Dolby Vision HDR technology delivers highlights that are brighter 40 times and blacks that are 10 times darker than standard dynamic range, resulting in astonishing brightness, color, contrast, details, and dimensionality. Redefine your living room’s sound with Dolby Atmos, immersing you in powerful action that flows around you for the complete cinema experience.
Screen size: 50 inches
Screen resolution: 38402160
Picture processor: Hisense Smart
Connectivity: HDMI, USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
- Full-Array local Dimming-Experience remarkable contrasts with independently controlled dimming zones, enabling pinpoint detail in darker scenes and stunning brightness.
- VIDAA U 4.0 Smart TV allows you to gain access to Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube, Freeview Play, and Rakuten with direct access keys on the remote.
- Freeview Play lets you enjoy the biggest shows, live and on-demand, all together in one place and one for free. With over 70 TV channels, 15 HD channels, and 7 on-demand players, including BBC iPlayer, ITV HUB, ALL 4, and My5, that is a whole something for nothing.
- For gamers: boost your chances of winning with a lag less than 20ms. For fast-paced action or sports games, reduced lag ensures quicker reaction times can be replicated on screen. Watch the action unfold seamlessly with Smooth Motion. Blur and screen lag is reduced, clarity is enhanced, giving you a smooth picture and fluid action.
- No hard drive
- Only 8-bit HDR
- Half-baked smart features.
The Hisense U7QF is a razor-sharp 4K TV that offers a whole lot for its mid-range price, with a picture that looks just as good upscaling HD sources as it does with native 4k.