HISENSE 50A6GTUK (50 Inch) 4K UHD Smart TV, with Dolby Vision HDR, DTS Virtual X, Youtube, Netflix, Freeview Play and Alexa Built-in, Bluetooth and WiFi (2021 NEW), Operating System VIDAA

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HISENSE 50A6GTUK (50 Inch) 4K UHD Smart TV, with Dolby Vision HDR, DTS Virtual X, Youtube, Netflix, Freeview Play and Alexa Built-in, Bluetooth and WiFi (2021 NEW), Operating System VIDAA

HISENSE 50A6GTUK (50 Inch) 4K UHD Smart TV, with Dolby Vision HDR, DTS Virtual X, Youtube, Netflix, Freeview Play and Alexa Built-in, Bluetooth and WiFi (2021 NEW), Operating System VIDAA

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Although it supports HDMI Forum VRR for gaming, it's still limited to a 60Hz refresh rate and doesn't support HDMI 2. The more recent A6H runs a newer smart interface, known as Google TV 11, instead of the older Android TV platform. The E7K Pro is at the lower end of the mid-market – while it has plenty of features, its picture quality is a little lacking, as we found in our review.

Ultra HD offers 4x more pixels than Full HD whilst HDR makes blacks darker, whites brighter and enhances contrast.

Don't confuse it with the standard E7K, which has a lower screen refresh rate (60Hz, compared to the Pro's 120Hz), no built-in subwoofer and an older version of Hisense's VIDAA operating system. Unfortunately, there's no Smooth Gradation feature to smooth out banding, and the two noise reduction features don't help to improve this. The SDR performance is good, the input lag low, the smart platform highly effective, and there’s even Dolby Vision support. From sets with different smart platforms to expensive Mini-LED sets and everything in between, there are a lot of different Hisense TVs to choose from.

We uploaded the latest brightness measurements and uniformity photos for the Accelerated Longevity Test. On the other hand, the built-in Google TV smart interface has a huge selection of streaming services, and the TV upscales lower-resolution content well, which is great if you have a bunch of TV shows on DVD.

There's a lot of flex on the plastic electronics box that is on the back of the TV, but it doesn't cause any issues. Additionally, there’s Freeview Play, which not only means you get all the UK TV catch-up services but ensures they are seamlessly integrated into the TV guide. This is fairly common with 4,000 and 10,000 nits content, but the A6G was also clipping images graded at 1,000 nits. There's noticeable banding in areas of similar color, and it's especially noticeable in dark greens, grays, reds, and blues.

It also has a quad-core processor providing sufficient power to ensure a responsive user experience. The TCL has a much wider color gamut thanks to its PFS Phosphor coating, so HDR content looks more vivid and realistic, whereas the Hisense looks dull.It doesn't get bright enough to deliver a true cinematic HDR experience, as bright highlights don't stand out nor look very realistic. The U6G delivers much better picture quality, with a much higher contrast ratio, resulting in deeper, more uniform blacks in a dark room.



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