Hisense has detailed its 2024 TV lineup at CES which includes a range of displays set to launch later this year. Most notable is the new “N” lineup which will replace the 2023 “K” range. We reviewed the entire Hisense “K” lineup last year and thought it was a huge jump forward for the brand locally. You can read all the reviews below.
In 2024, Hisense will launch the U6N, U7N and U8N which the company says will expand on the vision of last year’s TV tech while also delivering brighter displays. The lineup will include new features such as Wi-Fi 6E, 144Hz refresh rate across unsupported models and up to 3,000 nits of brightness. Hisense is also adding G-Sync support into the range alongside the already-existing AMD FreeSync.
The U7N and U8N will see the biggest improvements. These new TVs will include the company’s Hi-View Engine Pro chipset which will include various AI advancements. Some include Dynamic Tone Mapping, Face Detection, AI Detail and further HDR improvements. The U7N and U8N will also be the only models to get Wi-Fi 6E.
At the moment we don’t know what Hisense will do to its U6N model. Last year, the U6K was meant to get Mini-LED in South Africa but Hisense opted to stick with LED instead. Hopefully, 2024’s U6N TV will get Mini-LED this time around. It would make it the cheapest Mini-LED TV on the local market.
Hisense is also planning to release some other beefy TVs. There’s the ULED X lineup which includes the 110UX – a massive 110-inch TV with up to 10,000 nits of brightness. There’s also the new U76N – a 100-inch Mini-LED TV set to rival OLED models on the market. However, we don’t usually get these larger-than-life TVs in South Africa so at the moment, just be excited for the U6N, U7N and U8N.
Of course, these new TVs won’t launch until mid-2024. We will share pricing and more details closer to the time. You can watch the full reveal down below: