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Hisense TV 2021: All the new 4K sets explained

This guide breaks down Hisense’s TV range for 2021, from their premium OLED and Mini-LEDs to their entry-level 4K TVs.

Hisense has developed a niche for itself as a brand that produces smart but affordable 4K TVs. You won’t necessarily find premium video, audio and gaming features on these TVs, but if you’re aren’t concerned with any of the expensive razzle dazzle that often comes with new TVs, then Hisense’s latest sets are pitched towards you.

We’ll update this page as we get more information on availability and prices for every model.

What to expect from Hisense TVs in 2021

The latest line-up includes a new piece of TV technology in the flagship Mini-LED U9GQ. After giving OLED a go with the O8B model a few years ago, Hisense is back again using the technology in the OLED A9G.

Below those TVs lie the U8GQ full-array local dimming model, followed by three mid-range models in the A7GQ and E76GQ and the A4G. The entry-level model is A6G, available in small to large sizes.

Hisense wades into the Mini-LED TV market

A number of TV brands have announced Mini-LEDs and Hisense are joining that list with the U9GQ. Hisense says it’s aiming for “detailed, exquisite, and lifelike images”, and with its slim design and high brightness, this is the type of TV that should be able to perform in a range of lightning conditions.

It comes in two sizes (65- and 75-inch), and while no price or availability have been revealed as yet, we wouldn’t expect this to be as affordable as some of Hisense’s other efforts for the year.

Deezer, VIDAA and Hisense partner up for music streaming

At the moment Deezer is the only global music streaming service that’s available on VIDAA, the smart TV platform used by Hisense in the UK as well as others (Toshiba) around the world.

Starting from the 25th June, they’ll be tighter integration between the Deezer app and the VIDAA smart interface. This new integration lets uses who subscribe to Deezer Premium, Family and HiFi to easily play songs, playlists, albums or artists through the revamped app.

The app arrives pre-loaded on all TV launchers, and subscribers can access their music libraries via a dedicated Deezer button on Hisense TV remote controls.

New Deezer Premium subscribers can also benefit from four months access for just £4, a promotion that’s exclusive to the VIDAA platform. Just login or sign up via the QR code on your Hisense VIDAA TV. 

Hisense goes big with Laser TVs

The company has also announced that it’s introducing a range of 88-inch and 100-inch Laser TVs to its 2021 range.

These displays pack an ultra-short throw Laser engine that Hisense claims will deliver stunning picture detail and colour precision, while ambient light rejecting screens limit blue light content for a more natural viewing experience. 

Hisense TV 2021

Hisense TV Mini-LED 4K

Press image of Hisense U9G Mini-LED TV


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The U9GQ is the flagship model for 2021. It features a Mini-LED display that’s packed with 10,000 LED units that should allow this TV to display brightness and contrast with much more precision.

Expect black levels to be improved over LCD LED sets and blooming to be minimised as well. Peak brightness is rated in the region of 3000 nits, while with its 120Hz refresh rate, the U9GQ should be capable of a smoother performance with motion. The addition of Quantum Dot Colour technology aims to expand the range of colours the U9GQ is capable of portraying.

  • Full Array Local Dimming Pro backlight
  • 3000 nits peak brightness 
  • Quantum Dot Colour panel
  • HDR10, HLG, HDR10+, Dolby Vision 
  • 120Hz refresh rate
Press image of Hisense A9G OLED TV


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The A9G is Hisense’s first OLED since the O8B from 2019. There’s support for HDR10+ as well as Dolby Vision IQ, which uses the TV’s light sensor to automatically adapt the brightness and contrast of an image in accordance with the brightness of a room, so you can see every detail.

This being an OLED panel, you can count deep black levels, excellent contrast and wide viewing angles with little to no loss of colour saturation. IMAX Enhanced certification promises clearer and brighter images, along with better optimised sound with supported content.

Hisense is also adopting some more advanced gaming features with the inclusion of ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) and VRR (Variable Refresh Rate). Lag with this model is claimed to be less than 20ms.

  • 800 nits peak brightness 
  • HDR10, HLG, HDR10+, Dolby Vision IQ 
  • Dolby Atmos 
  • UHD Premium / IMAX Enhanced certification
  • 2.1.2 channel sound 
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • VIDAA U5.0 
  • Alexa and Google Assistant built-in 
Press image of Hisense U8G QLED TV


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The Hisense U8GQ is the company’s top-of-the-line LED LCD set. It replaces the U8QF from last year, carrying the same design and several of the same features, too.

It’s been certified to UHD Premium and IMAX Enhanced standards for meeting a premium 4K experience with the former, and improved performance with compatible content for the latter. Peak brightness is rated at about 1000 nits, so this should be able to display HDR10 content without issue.

  • Full Array Local Dimming Pro backlight
  • 1000 nits peak brightness 
  • Quantum Dot Colour panel
  • HDR10, HLG, HDR10+, Dolby Vision
  • Game mode 
  • IMAX Enhanced / UHD Premium certified
  • VIDAA U5.0 
  • Alexa and Google Assistant built-in 
Press image of Hisense A7GQ QLED TV


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Hisense’s first mid-range TV is the A7GQ. The features drop from the model above, as this model doesn’t appear support a full array local dimming panel for improved black levels, more precise brightness and better contrast.

Smart features are improved over the 2020 models as it’s compatible with both Alexa and Google Assistant. Advanced gaming features also feature on this model with ALLM and VRR on the spec sheet.

  • Quantum Dot panel
  • 60Hz refresh rate
  • HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision 
  • Dolby Atmos 
  • VIDAA U5.0
  • Alexa and Google Assistant
Press image of Hisense E76G 4K TV


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The E76GQ is the second mid-range TV from Hisense. The display features similar specs to the A7GQ and despite not supporting HDMI 2.1, it does support VRR, but seemingly only up to 60Hz. We’re looking to confirm this with Hisense.

  • Quantum Dot panel
  • HDR10, HLG, HDR10+, Dolby Vision 
  • Dolby Atmos 
  • 60Hz refresh rate
  • VIDAA U5.0
Press image of  Hisense A4G HD TV


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The Hisense A4G is a HD model, which we don’t see advertised as much in the age of 4K. The 32-inch screen has a resolution of 1366 x 768, while the 40-inch has a 1080p Full HD display.

For audio there’s DTS:Virtual:X for adding a bit more size through virtual processing, while for sports and gaming you’re covered by dedicated modes. and features dedicated sport and game modes. For HDR it appears to be just HLG, so you can HDR content on iPlayer.

  • 60Hz DLED display 
  • HLG HDR 
  • DTS:Virtual:X 
  • Sport mode / Game mode 
  • VIDAA U5.0 
  • Alexa built-in 
Press image of entry-level Hisense A6G 4K TV


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Finally, there’s the entry-level A6G. Available in sizes that range from as small as 43-inches to as big as 75-inches, the DLED means there’s no sort of local dimming technology for better black levels and contrast. You do get smarts with the latest VIDAA OS with support for Freeview Play, while there’s digital assistants in Alexa and Google.

HDR support is rather impressive for a more affordable TV (all the main formats are listed) and there’s HDMI 2.1 support with eARC, ALLM and VRR available across the three HDMI inputs (eARC on HDMI 2).

  • DLED panel
  • 60Hz refresh rate
  • HDR10, HLG, HDR10+, Dolby Vision 
  • DTS:Virtual:X 
  • VIDAA 5.0 
  • Alexa and Google Assistant

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