Have you been curious about the Hisense UXN, the upcoming flagship Mini-LED TV for 2024?
Unveiled at the IFA 2023 trade show in Berlin, the new TV showcases a remarkable leap forward in picture quality compared to the company's 2023 Mini-LED TVs
In this comprehensive guide, we'll provide you with all the information we have about the Hisense UXN.
Hisense UXN specs
|Processor||Hisense 8107 chipset (Mediatek Pentonic)|
|Resolution||4K, will also be available in 8K|
|Refresh Rate||144 Hz|
|Local Dimming Zones||5,000+|
|Peak Brightness||Up to 6,000 nits|
|Dolby Vision Gaming||Yes, 4K@120Hz|
Featuring the company's updated "Obsidian Black" panel, the Hisense UXN effectively manages reflections in the presence of ambient light, ensuring deep blacks without the appearance of rainbow reflections.
The 85-inch Hisense UXN is equipped with a remarkable array of over 5,000 local dimming zones, providing an extensive level of precision in light control. This meticulous control translates into a significantly elevated standard of picture quality.
When it comes to brightness, the Hisense UXN is a true powerhouse, boasting an impressive peak brightness of up to 6000 nits. Additionally, it excels in delivering a wide colour gamut, covering a remarkable 90% of the BT.2020 colour space.
Thanks to the ADS LCD panel, the Hisense UXN maintains good contrast and colour saturation even when viewed from an angle (off-axis) with less noticeable blooming artefacts, compared to other Mini-LED TVs equipped with VA-type LCD panels.
Hisense UXN release date and price
While the Mini-LED TV is slated for a 2024 launch, the company has yet to announce a concrete release date for Hisense UXN.
Similarly, information regarding pricing and the range of available size options for the Hisense UXN remains undisclosed by the company at this time. As soon as the pricing details are unveiled, we will promptly provide you with the updates.
And that covers everything we know about the Hisense UXN at this point. If you are in search of a Mini-LED TV, make sure you check out TCL's X955 which touts over 5,000 local dimming zones and boasts 5,000 nits of brightness.