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Get new Hisense Dual Cell TV range much better than O8B OLEDReports have indicated that Hisense has recently launched its first Dual Cell TV series. We are hopeful it doesn’t follow the way of defamed Hisense O8B OLED. The Hisense 65SX will come first to Australia at the beginning of September 2020. We are also expecting to see it the US and UK after a couple of months. Point to be noted that Hisense infamously experimented with the O8B and OLED tech in 2018-2019, prior to trench the technology altogether after manufacturing a middling set with inconsistent performance and numerous bugs and glitches. The company is looking to present Dual Cell in order to achieve increased contrast and brightness control (over 2 million dimming zones) compared to standard LCD sets.

It is noteworthy that the first Dual Cell television from Hisense is the 65-inch 65SX. It will be first launched in Australia, just as the Hisense OLED did before coming to the US and UK markets. The company also launched a similar price tag of AU$3,499 / $2,500 came with the OLED model in 2018. It will have a 65-inch size screen instead of the OLED’s 55-inch iteration. It clearly indicates there is a slight saving. The new Hisense Dual Cell TV will feature Dolby Vision HDR, Atmos audio support, and claims of superior image quality over other ULED sets. There is plenty to be excited about if Hisense manages to pull it off. The company is on this alternative tech after the crash and burn of Hisense’s OLED range.

The company promised deep blacks as with OLED coupled with high brightness and precise brightness control as with high-end QLED sets. Hisense is offering a challenging alternative to many major TV brands, with budget and mid-price sets that offer 4K resolution and high-end HDR formats at a low cost. Hisense also has ambitions of being known for innovative TV technologies too, as with its laser TV-projector hybrids. The company is supposedly looking to motivate consumers with a sharp discount with Premium tech like OLED. The O8B was the cheapest OLED TV on the market. Hisense Dual Cell range could become a smart choice for those wanting a premium picture at a reasonable price tag if the company manages to meld high-end tech with relative affordability and without compromising on picture quality or usability to the same extent as the O8B.

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