The Hisense 65H9F 4K TV was one of the various screens I viewed while at CES 2019. I had a special tour with the Hisense team and was able to take in the plethora of visual offerings they had in-person. For this particular model #65H9F which is part of the H9F Series you're getting a 4K UHD AndroidSmart TV.
With Android TV you can tap premium content from providers such as Netflix, YouTube, TikiLive, FandangoNow or listen to your favorite music from Pandora and iHeartRadio with built-in apps which are all there at the press of a button. You can also take advantage of Google Assistant for voice recognition and control. This is a more premium offering in their line-up featuring Quantum Dot technology and AI integration above the general assistant. The H9F series will launch May 2019 at $699 USD (55”) and up to $999.99 USD (65”). Further detailed specifications to follow.
When it comes to size in inches, without the stand it is 57x 32.9 x 2.8 and with the stand it is 57x 32.9 x 11.9. The weight for the TV is 40lbs and it is a 65" display. It is HDR compatible being DLED FALD backlit. It using the Quantum Dot technology to grant a Wide Color Gamut. There's support for Dolby Vision as well here. The panel is 120Hz with motion rate 480.
Upscaling technology to 4k is present with local dimming. It can be connected through Wifi, Bluetooth or direct Ethernet obviously meaning there's a port for the latter. There are four 2.0a HDMI ports; 2 USB ports (3.0 and 2.0) and a digital audio out optical. You can read more about what I saw at CES 2019 from the hub below.
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