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Hisense reveals Series 8 and Series 9 ULED pricing and release dates

Hisense has unveiled its new Series 8 and Series 9 4K ULED TVs as well as the affordable pricing and availability of the range which is sure to continue the brand’s impressive momentum in the Australian market.

It was exactly a year ago when Hisense introduced its ULED technology which is protected by more than 20 patents.

The latest ULED models have improved brightness (up to 1,000 nits) and a Wide Colour Gamut that brings the picture quality to an even higher level.

Last year the Hisense Series 7 ULED TVs made a huge impact and the Series 8 and Series 9, which will be released in July, are expected to bring the brand to the attention of even more Australian customers.

“I feel that with the Series 8 and Series 9 TVs we’ve really doubled down on our commitment to transform the viewing experience and provide our customers with top-of-the-line TV technology and design,” said Hisense Australia head of marketing Andre Iannuzzi.


“We’ve managed to consolidate all the elements people loved about our Series 7 TVs and create – what I think – is a visually improved, more streamlined user experience across the new models.”

The Hisense Series 8 and Series 9 televisions will incorporate the latest HDR (high dynamic range) Supreme technology while the Series 9 TVs will also include quantum dot as well.


The new TVs will also include the undated VIDAA U smart TV interface that makes it easy to navigate and easy to access content from your sources and online like Netflix and Stan.

Viewers will be able to access Netflix’s growing library of HDR content through the new Hisense TVs.


The Series 8 TVs will be available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes while the Series 9 will move up to 75-inch and 85-inch.


Series 9

85in Series 9 (85N9) RRP = $10,999

75in Series 9 (75N9) RRP = $7,999

Series 8

65in Series 8 (65N8) RRP = $3,999

55in Series 8 (55N8) RRP = $2,999


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