With over 8 million pixels revealing every detail, every scene is brought to life in 4k beauty, new for 2020. Get closer to reality with Quantum Dot technology (QLED) over a billion true-to-life colors for smoother gradients and vivid reds, greens, and blues. Achieving up to 1000-nits peak brightness, whites look brighter, blacks darker and colors stunning vibrant. You won’t miss any detail with enhanced vision with enhanced visibility, and images are brought to life with greater realism. Watch all the action like you are actually there. With a native 120Hz refresh rate, scenes are fluid and blur-free, meaning every tackle, overtake or match point is smooth and clear. Ultra- Motion utilizes Motion Estimate and Motion Compensation Technology to reduce picture noise while adding new frames to remove judder and smother scene transitions.
Screen size: 65 inches
Picture processor: Hisense Smart
Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI, USB
- It’s all about you with Hisense’s latest Smart TV Platform, VIDAA U 4.0. Personalized, intuitive, and smart; access all of your favorite entertainment and built-in apps from the likes of Netflix, Prime Video, Youtube, Freeview Play. Use the remote control with direct access buttons to all of these services getting to those must-see box sets quicker.
- Freeview Play lets you enjoy the biggest shows, live and on-demand, all together in one place and all for free. With over 70 TV channels, 15 HD channels, and seven on-demand players, including players BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, and My5, that’s a whole something for nothing.
- Boost your chances of winning with input lag less than 20ms. For fast-paced action or sports games, reduced lag ensures quicker reaction times can be replicated onscreen. Watch the action seamlessly with Smooth Motion. Blur and screen lag are reduced, clarity is enhanced, giving you a smooth picture and fluid action.
- Iffy motion
- Some backlight bleed off-axis
- No native Disney+/Apple TV apps.
Though the Hisense U8Q isn’t quite the all-rounder, its performance is mostly impressive with good upscaling, enjoyable 4K quality and decent sound. Iffy motion and a few backlight issues are a blot on the copy book.