As noted in Hisense, in the television direction the company uses a strategy of promoting two brands at once – Toshiba and its own. The new Hisense U7QF TVs with a diagonal of 50 and 55 inches are equipped with a matrix with 4K resolution. Maximum picture detail, contrast and color depth is achieved in it through the use of Hisense 4K AI Upscaler and Hisense Full Array Local Dimming technologies.
DLED panels guarantee a rich and contrasting image thanks to the use of special technology of local dimming zones, making it possible to view dark and bright scenes and see all the details. In addition, quantum dot technology provides richer, more vibrant colors that are as close to natural as possible.
New TV models received an improved version of the VIDAA U4 operating system. In it, in particular, the VIDAA ART function appeared, which allows you to make a real picture out of a TV, and realistic colors on it are achieved due to support for the Dolby Vision standard and all HDR standards.
Hisense A5600F series TVs (32 and 40 inches) have support for high-quality sound Dolby Audio and dbx-TV. The models have built-in Wi-Fi and Smart TV functions from VIDAA U. It is noted that the 40-inch model has an FHD-resolution display.
Hisense’s updated line of TVs in 2020 also features the Laser TV 100L5F. This model features a 100-inch 4K display with HDR support. It also comes with 4th generation VIDAA U OS and powerful sound with Dolby Atmos technology.
As for Toshiba Pro Theater TVs, they are presented in two series: U5069 in four diagonal dimensions and L5069 – in two versions. All devices are equipped with 4K Ultra Essential PQ technology, which allows full 4K images and upscaling from any source quality to 4K. There is support for HDR and Ultra Diming technologies. The L5069 series features Contrast Booster and Android Smart TV. DTS Studio Sound technology is responsible for the sound in these TVs.
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