Hisense will launch its 2020 TV range from May onwards, starting with the release of select S8 UHD Smart TV and Q8 ULED TVs, including the first 100-inch LCD television offered by Hisense in any market worldwide.

The S8 UHD Smart TV will be available in a variety of sizes including 43-, 50-, 55-, 65- and 75- and 100-inch, starting from MSRP $899 for the 43-inch model, up to MSRP $14,999 for the 100-inch model.

The S8 features HDR10 with HLG, precision colour and super contrast, while DTS Studio Sound offers an enhanced surround sound experience. The S8 TV models have a Pure Metal stand and Diamond Cut Edge for modern design aesthetics. Hisense has also introduced a new cable solution on select models to hide cables and keep them in order for a cleaner appearance, as well as variable feet positions to customise the distance of the dual stand to suit the cabinet.

Hisense S8 Series 75-inch model 

The Q8 ULED 4K TV will also be available in a range of sizes including 55-, 65-, 75- and 85-inch, starting from MSRP $1,799 for the 55-inch, up to MSRP $5,499 for the 85-inch. The Q8 harnesses Quantum Dot colour together with Full Array Local Dimming Pro and 200 Smooth Motion Rate, in addition to Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos Audio. With a Folded Aluminium stand and Anti-Glare screen, the Q8 models are sleek and sophisticated.

Hisense Q8 Series 85-inch model 

Both S8 and Q8 models will have Hisense’s new smart TV operating system, VIDAA 4, with enhanced Artificial Intelligence, simplified interface and universal search functionality. Amazon Alexa is now fully built-in, and Google Assistant is available via third party devices. Hisense’s proprietary operating system offers a range of streaming and entertainment apps including Netflix, YouTube, Stan, Amazon Prime Video and ABC iView.

Hisense Australia head of marketing, Andre Iannuzzi said consumers have never been more reliant on TVs than right now as a key source of news and entertainment.

“While these are challenging times, we are proud to introduce our 2020 TV range as Australians look to enhance their at-home viewing experience. In partnership with our local research and development team, the models have been designed with Australian needs top of mind and deliver the best in picture quality and size,” he said.

The Hisense ULED Dual Cell TV, ULED 8K TV and TriChroma Laser TV, which made their debut at this year’s CES in Las Vegas, are due to arrive in the Australian market later this year.