In India, Hisense has launched three new smart TV models, the U7K, U6K, and E7K. Prices for the TV models start at Rs 24,999 and the company offers an additional one-year warranty for a limited time. With a starting price of Rs 59,999, the Hisense U7K offers a QLED display, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos. Here are the prices, features, and specifications of Hisense U7K, U6K, and E7K TV models in India.
With the Hisense U7K, you’ll get Mini LED technology for better visuals, along with Quantum Dot color technology, which promises an expansive and lifelike colour spectrum. With Full Array Local Dimming Pro, the TV supports multiple HDR formats, including HDR 10+, HDR 10, and HLG.
Additionally, it has several gaming features, including ALLM, e-ARC, and AMD FreeSync. The U7K features Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for enhanced audio and visuals. Hi-View Engine provides users with a cinematic experience.
Hisense U6K & E7K:
The Hisense U6K QLED TV features a 120Hz HRR panel and Game Mode Plus, which includes ALLM and e-ARC. Additional features include HI-view Engine, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos. Google TV integration and AI Sports Mode are also included.
With a 60Hz refresh rate, ALLM, and e-ARC, the Hisense E7K offers Game Mode Plus. Additionally, it features Dolby Vision with Dolby Atmos, AI Picture technology, and Quantum Dot color technology.
The Hisense U7K starts at Rs 59,999. Amazon offers the U7K in four screen sizes – 55 inches, 65 inches, 75 inches, and 85 inches. It starts at Rs 1,39,999 for the 85-inch model.
Amazon and Flipkart will sell the 43-inch U6K model for Rs 26,990. A 55-inch model will cost Rs 45,990, while a 65-inch model will cost Rs 62,990. Offline retail stores such as Croma and Reliance Digital will sell the models.
The Hisense E7K will be available in 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch screen sizes. The 43-inch model starts at Rs 24,999 and goes up to Rs 49,999 for the 65-inch model. Flipkart will be the only retailer selling the E7K model.
In addition to the standard two-year warranty, the company is offering an additional one-year warranty on TVs between October 1 and November 15.