February 4, 2023

Hisense’s extensive stand at CES 2023 it was packed with televisions; Unlike other brands, it had its entire 2023 lineup on display, with detailed specs listed for each series. All games should be available in the spring, which is the time when manufacturers usually start releasing new TVs.

Last year, Hisense introduced its first mini-LED models, the U8H serieswhich ended up on our list of best 4K TVs due to its great performance for the price. By 2023, the company will incorporate mini-LED backlighting across its entire premium line of ULED (quantum dot) TVs, with prices starting at less than $500 / £410 for a 50-inch model. Along with mini-LED backlighting, each series will use Google TV’s smart interface and offer gaming-focused features, including up to 144Hz refresh rate, VRR, ALLM, and FreeSync Premium Pro on all but U6K. Entry-level. All devices will also support the Wi-Fi 6E standard for fast streaming, along with Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10+ high dynamic range formats.