This is my Hisense 4k TV review.
I’ve recently purchased the 50″ version of this TV myself (£420!!!) and have been blown away by the quality, especially when playing HDR 4k games through it or watching 4k Netflix content – the quality is so good it’s like looking through a window on some scenes. Even upscaling aerial HD channels is excellent. Only criticism is out of the box the picture is rubbish – you need to adjust the backlight and the sharpness then enable enhanced HDMI for full HDR 4k gaming (seriously it’s mind blowing how good this is, even without considering the price!). This is my Hisense 4K TV Review of the h50m3300 but this review will apply to all models in the range so if you’re looking to buy the following models, read on!
Hisense is actually a huge player in the China and are currently making waves over here in the UK and the rest of the western marketplace…read more reviews over on Amazon UK
Below is an impartial Hisense 4K TV Review from Amazon…
Watching TV on Hisense 4K TV
Never really had a problem with picture quality. On the Hisense 4K TV Content looks unbelievably good. I heard 4K TV’s can struggle with 720p and make it unreasonably blurry. Only ever seen that once, for the most part it’s been absolutely fine.
Apps built into the Hisense 4K TV
Comes with Freeview Play as well as Netflix, Amazon and YouTube (in 4k- looks amazing!!) as well as iPlayer native and a host of other apps. The interface is snappy and responsive.
Cheap TV for 4K Gaming
There’s no noticeable lag at all on consoles, I notice some on my laptop but not my friends gaming PC.
If you have games that support HDR they will look even better and there’s no noticeable lag on those either.
You’ll want to adjust the picture settings a lot. It has a TERRIBLE adaptive backlight feature and adaptive contrast feature which increases and decreases the brightness of your screen. I have no idea why they included such a poor idea.
Mainly you’ll want to turn the backlight up, a lot, as the picture’s quite dim to begin with and sharpness obviously vitally important for a 4K TV and for some reason in the settings the sharpness is usually set to zero, again just stupid.