Premium ULED and 4K ULED models.

Hisense has confirmed that its 2018 premium ULED and 4K ULED televisions will arrive in retail stores across Australia from mid-May. The range comprises the Series 9, Series 8 and Series 7 models with details on the company’s first OLED TV for the Australian market to be shared later in the year.

Enhancing its ULED 4K range, Hisense has introduced Prime Array Backlight technology, opening up more than 1,000 zones of local dimming to produce the brightest whites and true blacks, standard on Hisense’s flagship 75-inch Series 9 model.

The Series 9 models also feature HDR Supreme with 2,500-nit peak brightness and Ultra HD Premium certification, conforming to the highest industry standard.

The flagship Hisense Series 9 Premium ULED TV 

The 2018 ULED range sees the launch of Hisense’s VIDAA U 2.5 Smart TV platform and mobile smart app RemoteNOW, allowing users to control their TV and customise their favourite apps, channels and inputs straight from their smartphone. RemoteNOW also enables users to cast photos and videos from their smartphone to their TV screen.

Hisense Australia head of marketing, Andre Iannuzzi said, “We have experienced the strongest demand ever in the Australian market for our premium ULED 4K products. We are continuing to build on this growth by taking our feature-rich ULED range to the next level, expanding our UHD Premium and Quantum Dot technology offering; to provide Australian consumers with more choice.”

Hisense Australia product specialist, Chris Mayer added, “Whether you are ready to upgrade to a 65-inch panel or a larger than life 75-inch panel, Hisense’s Series 9 is our most impressive TV. Our TVs produce the most accurate depth of colour and brightness while maintaining superior black levels. This, coupled with the integration of VIDAA U 2.5 and the new RemoteNOW app, has resulted in a high quality, seamless viewing experience.”

2018 also sees ‘Sports Mode’ across the entire range, via a specially designed viewing experience that perfectly matches the sports game. There is also a dedicated ‘Game Mode’ that allows the TV to display the gaming console at full speed directly to the TV, bypassing upscaling and other picture enhancements that 4K HDR consoles do not need to operate.


4K ULED – Available from June

P9 (75-inch)     MSRP $6,499

P9 (65-inch)     MSRP $4,499

P8 (75-inch)     MSRP $4,999

P8 (65-inch)     MSRP $3,699

Premium ULED – Available from mid-May

P7 (75-inch)     MSRP $4,499

P7 (65-inch)     MSRP $3,299

P7 (55-inch)     MSRP $1,999

P7 (50-inch)     MSRP $1,499