Hisense Australia today announces its 2019 Smart Television range will hit Australian shores from May 2019 onwards.

The next generation of its popular ULED TVs will feature Hisense’s proprietary smart TV Operating System (OS), VIDAA U AI. Hisense will also introduce an Android TV to its 2019 line up.

Andre Iannuzzi, Head of Marketing at Hisense Australia, said: “At Hisense, we’re committed to bringing Australians the highest quality televisions that are packed with the best technology and features. To this end, we’re proud to be offering Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos across our suite of ULED TVs, offering Australians a cinema-like experience at home no matter their budget.”

“We’re very excited to be bringing our latest ULED range to market. We are confident it will continue to be a competitive option for consumers as Hisense relentlessly pushes the boundaries in picture and sound quality while incorporating the latest AI and voice control technology,” added Iannuzzi.

HiSense Smart TV

Elevating picture and sound quality to new heights, the 2019 range of Hisense ULED TVs combine leading technologies, Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos, which together ensure content is portrayed as accurately and true-to-life as possible, resulting in a mesmerising cinema-like viewing experience. Quantum Dot, Wide Colour Gamut, and Ultra Local Dimming continue to be key picture technologies Hisense is bringing to Australians this year.

Featuring across the wider ULED and UHD range is Hisense’s new OS, VIDAA U AI, which includes the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and voice control technology. The new OS comes with Amazon Alexa built-in, which means users can take advantage of its voice control functionality with or without an Echo device. Performance is also optimised with Hisense latest processor Hi-View Pro, which delivers an even faster boot time, and Bluetooth connectivity added to the ULED range.

Hisense’s new TV line up will also include its Android TV offering, providing Australians with another smart TV platform option. The Hisense Android TV will feature Dolby Vision HDR, as well as Ultra Local Dimming, and Bluetooth connectivity. Further, customers will have access to hundreds of apps via the Google Play store.

The new range of Hisense TV’s brings in a new era of convenience to Australian homes than ever before. Users can connect their Bluetooth headphones / speakers straight to the new ULED TV’s or pair their TV with Hisense’s upcoming sound bar range. Accessing users’ favourite content has never been so convenient, the new Hisense range can easily be powered on directly to Netflix and YouTube via dedicated buttons on the remote. Should customers be unable to locate their remote, they can easily control all aspects of their TV and share photos / videos straight from their phone to the TV via the RemoteNOW app.

Hisense’s new range will go on sale via all major electronics retailers across Australia, from May 2019 onwards.

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