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Hisense Announces New ULED 2023 TV Lineup All With Mini-LED Tech

Hisense has unveiled its new ULED TV lineup for 2023 and it includes Mini-LED across the entire range. The Hisense ULED 2023 lineup will replace the current “H” TV with the “K” letter on different models. This includes the Hisense U6K, U7K, U8K, A65K and more. Along with the new ULED range, the company also unveiled a mammoth ULED X TV that boasts Mini-LED and comes in at 110 inches.

The big news here is that the entire Hisense ULED 2023 range is now Mini-LED. Last year, Hisense kept the Mini-LED tech in the flagship U8H. However, consumers can look forward to the base model U6K with Mini-LED now too.

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Some of the TVs also come with a 144Hz refresh rate and an ultra-low reflection screen. Hisense says these panels help provide 30% wider viewing angles and less reflection at the same time. The company also says the U8K can now hit the peak brightness of 2500 nits which is brighter than last year’s U8H TV. In addition, the U8K also comes with Wi-Fi 6E and double the dimming zones.

As for the mid-range model, the U7K, it will now come with Mini-LED too. In addition, Hisense is adding Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10+, HLR Quantum Dot and FilmMaker Mode. It also boasts a 144Hz panel with FreeSync and Game Mode Pro. Of course, the U7K won’t feature the same peak brightness as the U8K and fewer dimming zones.

Lastly, Hisense’s new ULED X TV is a new (very) high-end display that includes technology we have yet to see in a consumer-ready product. It comes packed with over 20,000 Mini-LEDs across over 5000 local dimming zones. Hisense says it can reach a peak brightness of 2500 and includes its new Dynamic X-Display.

The Hisense ULED X will come in an 85-inch model and goes up to 110 inches. It includes a 7-speaker, 4.1.2 multi-channel audio system built into the TV. It also comes with all the bells and whistles of Dolby Vision, Wi-Fi 6E, FreeSyn Premium Pro and NEXTGEN TV.

Here’s a breakdown of the new TVs.

Product may vary locally. Local release date and pricing TBA

Hisense U6K

Hisense U6K

  • 50/55/65/75/85″
  • ULED Mini-LED
  • 4K UHD
  • Quantum Dot
  • Peak Brightness: up to 600 nits
  • Up to 200 Local Dimming Zones
  • Hi-View Engine
  • Native 144 Hz VRR with MEMC
  • Google TV
  • Dolby Vision / HDR10 / HDR10+ / HLG Dolby Atmos
  • 4 x HDMI (2 x 2.1 4K@144hz, 1x eARC)
  • Game Mode Pro
  • FreeSync Premium PRO
  • 2.1.2 Multi-channel audio
  • ATSC 3.0 NEXTGEN TV
  • Wi-Fi 6e
  • Far Field Mic

Hisense U7K 

Hisense U7K

  • 55/65/75/85″
  • ULED Mini LED
  • 4K UHD
  • Quantum Dot
  • Peak Brightness: up to 1000 nits
  • Up to 500+ Local Dimming Zones
  • Hi-View Engine
  • Native 144 Hz VRR with MEMC
  • Google TV
  • Wi-Fi 6e
  • Dolby Vision / HDR10 / HDR10+ / HLG Dolby Atmos
  • 4 x HDMI (2 x 2.1 4K@144hz, 1x eARC)
  •  Game Mode Pro
  •  FreeSync Premium PRO
  •  2.1 Multi-channel audio
  •  ATSC 3.0 NEXTGEN TV
  •  Wi-Fi 6e
  •  Far Field Mi

Hisense U8K

Hisense U8K

  • 55/65/75/85″
  • ULED Mini LED
  • 4K UHD
  • Anti-Glare and Low Reflection Panel
  • Quantum Dot
  • Peak Brightness: up to 1500 nits
  • Up to 1000 Local Dimming Zones
  • Hi-View Engine
  • Native 144 Hz VRR with MEMC
  • Google TV
  • Dolby Vision / HDR10 / HDR10+ / HLG Dolby Atmos
  • 4 x HDMI (2 x 2.1 4K@144hz, 1x eARC)
  • Game Mode Pro
  • FreeSync Premium PRO
  • 2.1.2 Multi-channel audio
  • ATSC 3.0 NEXTGEN TV
  • Wi-Fi 6e
  • Far Field Mic

Hisense ULED X 

Hisense ULED X

  • 85/110
  • ULED Mini LED
  • 4K UHD
  • Anti-Glare and Low Reflection Panel
  • Quantum Dot
  • Peak Brightness: up to 2500 nits
  • Up to 5000 Local Dimming Zones
  • Hi-View Engine
  • Native 144 Hz VRR with MEMC
  • Google TV
  • Dolby Vision / HDR10 / HDR10+ / HLG Dolby Atmos
  • 4 x HDMI (2 x 2.1 4K@144hz, 1x eARC)
  • Game Mode Pro
  • FreeSync Premium PRO
  • 2.1.2 Multi-channel audio
  • ATSC 3.0 NEXTGEN TV
  • Wi-Fi 6e
  • Far Field Mic

I have just wrapped up my reviews of the 2023 ULED range. Check them all out here. 

Marco is the owner and founder of GLITCHED. South Africa’s largest gaming and pop culture website. GLITCHED quickly established itself with tech and gaming enthusiasts with on-point opinions, quick coverage of breaking events and unbiased reviews across its website, social platforms, and YouTube channel.

1 Comment

  • Julian 17 March 2023

    Given how Hisense have a history of using the same model numbers, e.g. the U6/7/8H in the USA and South Africa, but the South African versions having very different specs (e.g. far fewer dimming zones on the SA 65U8H vs the US 65U8H and that is by no means the only example of spec differences hidden behind the same model numbers? can we be sure that these upgraded specs such as the increased number of dimming zones and adoption of Google TV will be reflected in what is released in South Africa?

    I was all set to pull the trigger on a 65U8H but I’m now wondering if I should wait. Better control of blooming from more dimming zones plus a switch to Google TV meaning I can probably get rid of my nVidia Shield (which I don’t use for gaming, only a few streaming apps on the Play Store that aren’t very demanding) would be big pluses for me.

    P.S. I love your site. It’s nice to see some reviews directly relevant to models sold in South Africa.

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