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Hisense 65" U6G Series Quantum ULED 4K Android TV (2021) $699.99 at Best Buy

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Hisense 65" U6G Series Quantum ULED 4K Android TV $699.99 (Free Delivery)

Hisense has shifted their model numbering scheme this year, so by the specs, this seems to be the replacement for the 2020 H8G Series.

Additional Size Pricing:
50" - $479.99, 55" - $529.99, 75" - $1049.99

RTINGS has not reviewed this model yet, but they have it in their lab awaiting testing.

Specs:
Resolution: 3840x2160
ULED Quantum Dot Tech w/ Wide Color Gamut
Full Array w/ Local Dimming and FilmMaker Mode
Up to 600 nits of peak brightness
Refresh Rate: Native 60Hz (Motion Rate 240)
Dolby Vision, HDR, HDR 10 +, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
Wifi + Bluetooth + Voice Remote
Android TV + Google Assistant + Amazon Alexa

Inputs:
4x HDMI (2.0)
2x USB
1x Composite
1x RF
1x Ethernet
1x Optical Audio
Headphone Jack

https://www.hisense-usa.com/tv-an...rt-tv-2021

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hise...Id=6457440
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LastActionHero1 asked this question on 06-03-2021 at 09:18 AM
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06-03-2021 at 09:18 AM
Although there is not much info to be found on the U6G Series, it does replace the 2020 H8G Series, which received favorable reviews. That being said, FWIW, Consumer Reports rates them almost identical; rating the U6G Series 1 point higher.
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Good stuff. Been waiting for this one.
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Why did they need to change their naming conventions? So now the U8G would be this year's H9G? Am I getting that right? Any reason to wait for the U8G to go on sale over this?

Edit: while trying to answer my own question, I realized that even though the U6G hasn't been reviewed yet, the pricier U8G has: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/hisense/u8g
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I bought a 75" looks like a very nice tv for it price
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60hz


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60hz


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Yeah, I just want a reasonable 120Hz 65in for under a thousand Frown will it ever happen?
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Wait for the U7G,that's the gamers 📺
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Waiting to see what happens with u7g on rtings. Maybe u8g depending on price drops....
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Why did they need to change their naming conventions? So now the U8G would be this year's H9G? Am I getting that right? Any reason to wait for the U8G to go on sale over this?

Edit: while trying to answer my own question, I realized that even though the U6G hasn't been reviewed yet, the pricier U8G has: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/hisense/u8g
U7g is supposed to release sometime this summer I believe (950 price point)
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I have the smaller one picture is great but does anyone else hate the android os? It's so slow and buggy and I get Bluetooth lag on my headphones...
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Does this get the red motion blur issue?
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I have a Hisense tv. They sent an update wirelessly. It bricked the tv. Yes, you read that correctly, the manufacturer of the product sent an update and the tv went black. Fuzzed on and off repeatedly. I called customer service and they claimed they needed a receipt in order to process a technician visit. I told the carnival catapulter moonlighting as customer service that I did not have a receipt because the tv was a gift. The previous two statements were recycled about 5 times until I said, "when you receive Christmas presents, does the person who gave you the presents also hand you any receipts?". They finally sent a tech out who could not repair the tv. Two days later, Hisense sent an update that corrected the faulty one. This was a 10 day jaunt in an alternate universe. After that, no apology, no acknowledgement, nothing. This will be the only Hisense tv I will ever own. If Hisense is the last brand to make televisions, I will stop watching tv. You've been warned.
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quantum ULED.... so at this point they're all just going to make up their own fake technologies now?
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Why did they need to change their naming conventions? So now the U8G would be this year's H9G? Am I getting that right? Any reason to wait for the U8G to go on sale over this?
The H9F, H9G, and U9G series are reserved for Hisense's flagship TVs. Their new flagship for 2021 will be their Dual Cell TV with 2 million local dimming zones and not the U8G
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