Hisense 55U7G 55 inch 4K ULED smart tv. This tv features a screen display of 55 inches and 3840 x 2160P resolution.The 55U7G series boasts high peak brightness and good reflection handling for bright rooms and a decent local dimming feature and high contrast for dark room viewing. Great for gaming or use as a PC monitor, with low input lag, some advanced gaming features, and a good response time. U7G series has a google assistant that enables you to control your TV at the comfort of your sit, also works with Alexa-enabled devices. The 55U7G comes with 60Hz ultra motion that removes noise that can affect moving objects, enjoy smoother gaming with pictures that keep up with your play thanks to the 60Hz refresh rate
The U7G model has exclusive ULED technologies. They boost color, contrast, brightness, motion.
Quantum Dot Color
Quantum Dot produces over one billion colors, purer, richer, more brilliant, and accurate colors than a regular LCD TV
Full-Array Local Dimming
Full-Array Local Dimming boosts image contrast by controlling each zone of the well-aligned backlight
The fast and powerful Hi-View Engine uses AI to identify and upscale areas of an image that need improvement, revealing detail, reducing graininess, and increasing sharpness and color accuracy.
AI Picture Optimisation
AI Picture Optimisation technology equips with intelligent recognition of many real-time scenarios, can instantly capture every frame of the picture and any video input signal, then automatically identifies and optimizes the image quality settings to make the viewing experience as vivid and engaging as possible.
Dolby Atmos+ Dolby Vision
Enjoy an authentic movie experience with cinema’s leading technologies. Dolby Vision HDR dynamically optimises colour, contrast and brightness, so you can watch each scene as the creator intended.
Hands-Free Voice Control
Low Blue Light
Hisense 55U7G TV has been proven to effectively minimize the strain on your eyes by reducing the blue light ratio to less than 20%, protecting your eyes, and reducing eye fatigue in pro-longed viewing