Hisense as a co-founder of Qled Alliance also releases OLED TV




Chinese electronics manufacturer Hisense has released an OLED TV in Australia. Earlier this year, the company announced that it would launch an OLED TV on the market. That is remarkable, because Hisense is part of the Qled Alliance together with Samsung and TCL.

Hisense releases an oled TV of 55 “and a 65” model in Australia. It concerns televisions with 4k panels and support for hdr10 and hlg. The OLED panels are made by LG Display. Furthermore, the TVs run on the Vidaa U platform with version 2.5, which gives users access to a built-in Netflix and YouTube app and Plex. Using the RemoteNow app, Android and iOS users can use their smartphone as a remote control.

The 55 “model costs 2235 euros and the 65” model costs around 3200 euros. It is unknown whether Hisense also brings the OLED TVs to Europe and the Benelux. Hisense has started selling TVs in the Netherlands since June. This concerns the Hisense N6800, an LCD model. Hisense announced during the CES at the beginning of this year that the OLED TVs will also be released in other regions in the first quarter of 2019. Which regions that are, is unknown.

The Chinese manufacturer formed the Qled Alliance in April 2017 with Samsung and the Chinese TCL. This collaboration is intended to counterbalance OLED TVs by means of LCD TVs with quantum dots. As part of the collaboration, Samsung allows the other two participants to use the name Qled TV, even though Hisense has kept its own name Uled.

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