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Hisense Galaxy OLED 55 And 65-Inch TVs With IMAX Enhanced Certification Launched In China

Hisense Galaxy OLED TVs in 55-inch and 65-inch screen sizes have been launched in China. The company shared the development of the Chinese micro-blogging website Weibo. The new Hisense Galaxy TV models boast of IMAX Enhanced certification and 4K OLED displays with high color accuracy. The two sizes come with model numbers 55J70 and 65J70 and have identical specifications. The Hisense Galaxy OLED 55J70 and Hisense Galaxy OLED 65J70 TV models have Dolby Vision support and MEMC for reducing motion blur during fast-moving scenes.

Hisense Galaxy OLED TV 55J70 is priced at CNY 6,999 while the Hisense Galaxy OLED TV 65J70 model is priced at CNY 9,999.

Hisense Galaxy OLED 55J70, Hisense Galaxy OLED 65J70: Specifications

As the names suggest, the 55J70 model comes with a 55-inch display and the 65J70 model comes with a 65-inch display. According to the media reports, both feature 4K OLED screens with a 60Hz refresh rate and MEMC technology. You get 1.07 billion colors, 137 percent wide color gamut, 13,50,000:1 contrast ratio, and 178-degree viewing angle. You also get the AI scene and content recognition with the two models. Both models are powered by a quad-core chipset with four ARM Cortex-A73 cores, paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage.

Hisense Galaxy OLED TV 55J70 and Hisense Galaxy OLED TV 65J70 come with Dolby Audio and support for DTS Virtual X that creates a 360-degree surround sound feel. They have far-field microphones for voice control with DTS Listen support.

The TV models use the company’s Magic Image Quality Engine Pro and run Android Pie with a custom skin on top. The 55-inch model is 3.8mm thick and the 65-inch model is 4.9mm thick. They have a metal body as well as metal stands.

An organic light-emitting diode (OLED or organic LED), also known as organic electroluminescent (organic EL) diode, is a light-emitting diode (LED) in which the emissive electroluminescent layer is a film of organic compound that emits light in response to an electric current. This organic layer is situated between two electrodes; typically, at least one of these electrodes is transparent.

OLEDs are used to create digital displays in devices such as television screens, computer monitors, portable systems such as smartphones, handheld game consoles, and PDAs. A truly cheap OLED TV sometimes feels like an impossible prospect. And it’s no wonder. All those vibrant colors and rich blacks tend to require significant outlay. Hisense looks like it’s going to change all of that, at least, it will in China for now.

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