Hisense is one of the most renowned Chinese companies known for home appliances and electronics in general. The 51-old year company announced that will finally hit India offering a wide range of QLED and LED smart TVs. The company will reach the Indian stronghold on August 6 and it will be available through a wide array of Indian retailers. The list of places where you can purchase Hisense devices includes Amazon India, Tata Cliq, Reliance Digital, and of course, Reliance Digital.
According to Hisense, it will sell a wide array of smart TVs in the country. Its smart TVs will be running Android TV Pie edition with a built-in Chromecast and Google Assistant. Some of the brand’s high-end 4K UHD TVs will also come with some nice features such as Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and Quantum Dot technology with Full Array Local dimming. Of course, Indian costumers will be served with a wide array of applications. The list includes some popular ones like YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, and Netflix. The company will provide a remote control with dedicated buttons for these four OTT services. As you may know, India is among the top consumers of OTT services. So it’s nice to see that Hisense is coming ready for its customers.
5 Years of Warranty for Hisense TVs
Another important thing is that Hisense will be offering 5 years of warranty on panels. Moreover, the company will be offering huge discounts for its costumers to celebrate its arrival in India. Multiple deals will appear during the period of August 6 through August 9. The company promises to launch Laser TVs and the world’s first DUAL CELL TV in India by the end of the year. Hisense is one of the most innovative smart TV manufacturers, it recently revealed the world’s first Wi-Fi 6 TV with multiple features. The company also owns the Toshiba television business. Apparently, the Toshiba panels will reach India in the next month as well. Apart from the new TVs, the company will also introduce smart air conditioners and refrigerators in India later this year.
It’s good for Indian costumers that they will be getting another player in the segment of smart TVs. The country is full of competition, and Hisense probably will play a big hole in the next few months.