What we know about the new Hisense 8K ULED TV
Hisense is launching its first consumer 8K TV in Australia in 2020.
The 8K TV market in Australia is about to get bigger, with Chinese manufacturer Hisense bringing its first consumer 8K TV Down Under in 2020.
While there still isn't a lot of 8K content available in Australia, the new ULED 8K TV includes Artificial Intelligence (AI) upscaling to offer 8K resolution for all of your favourite 4K streaming content. You can also play video games upscaled to 8K for a higher quality viewing experience.
The TV is launching as part of the Hisense premium ULED range. It will have a minimalist metal frame with a brushed-aluminium finish and a thin diamond cut edge.
How much is it?
Pricing and availability for the new ULED TV hasn't been announced yet and will be released in 2020. However, we can speculate based on other 8K TVs available in Australia that it won't be cheap. Earlier this year, LG launched a 75-inch 8K TV priced at RRP $11,849.
Available Hisense ULED TVs include the following:
|Series 9 – 75P9||75″||$4,699.00|
|Series 7 – 85R7||85″||$4,299.99|
|Series 8 – 75R8||75″||$3,999.00|
|Series 9 – 65P9||65″||$3,999.00|
|Series 7 – 75R7||75″||$3,499.00|
|Series 8 – 75P8||75″||$3,399.00|
|Series 8 – 65R8||65″||$2,999.00|
|Series 7 – 65R7||65″||$2,499.00|
|Series 8 – 65P8||65″||$2,299.00|
|Series 7 – 75P7||75″||$2,299.00|
|Series 7 – 55R7||55″||$1,799.00|
|Series 7 – 65P7||65″||$1,599.00|
|Series 7 – 50R7||50″||$1,499.00|
|Series 7 – 55P7||55″||$1,299.00|
|Series 7 – 50P7||50″||$899.00|
You can purchase Hisense TVs online or in person at select retailers including The Good Guys.
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