Hisense today announced the arrival of its first TV models to India, which mark the debut of the manufacturer’s operations in the country. The devices are part of the A56E and A71F series, and will cover the most diverse tastes and pockets, with robust features and promotional prices and guarantee during the launch period.
With three models, the A56E family presents the most basic features, with 32, 40 and 43 inch panels, with HD resolutions of 1366×768 pixels for the smaller device and Full HD of 1920×1080 pixels for the two largest devices. Despite the differences in screen, the rest of the functions are practically the same, with the series featuring a 4-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, as well as two 24W speakers with support for Dolby Audio and DTS Studio Sound.
There’s also built-in Chromecast, Google Assistant, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, as well as the entire Google service package, thanks to Android TV 9.0 Pie. Regarding the connections, the three devices arrive equipped with two USB-A ports, two HDMI, a P2 connector for headphones, AV connectors and Ethernet port.
Meanwhile, the A71F series also comes with three models, but aimed at those who want the best audiovisual experience, being packed with resources. All variants come with 4K resolution screens, whose image is enhanced by functions such as Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, local lighting control, noise reduction and upscaler, as well as display modes for games, sports and more.
Audio is also upgraded, with speakers offering 30W of power and Dolby Atmos technology. As well as the simplest models, the premium TVs have Android 9.0 Pie, built-in Chromecast, Wi-Fi, which here is dual band, Bluetooth 5.0 and the Google service package. Connections are also maintained, with the exception of HDMI, which moves from two ports to three.
Pricing and availability
The A56E and A71F lines are scheduled to start selling next Thursday, August 6, with promotional prices between 11,990 and 33,990 rupees (between ~ R $ 846 and R $ 2,399) during the first three days, in addition to a 5-year warranty. for the panels of all models.
The company may soon face competition from Xiaomi, which recently released market research on its forum indicating the possible arrival of its televisions in the Indian market. In addition, OnePlus is also another strong competitor, having launched three respectable televisions in the country in June.