The 4 Best Hisense TVs Of 2022 [Buyer’s Guide ]

The 3 Best Hisense TVs Of 2022 [Buyer’s Guide ]

In this article, we’re going to look at the Top 3 Best Hisense TVs Of 2022. We made this list based on our own opinion, research, and customer reviews. We’ve considered their quality, features, and values when narrowing down the best choices possible.

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So, here are the Top 3 Best Hisense TVs Of 2022.

#1. Hisense U9DG

Hisense U9DG Design Picture
The 3 Best Hisense TVs Of 2022

The best Hisense TV we’ve tested is the Hisense U9DG. It’s a unique flagship LED TV that uses dual cell technology to deliver stunning picture quality with very deep blacks, one of the best we’ve tested on any LED TV. It has two panels instead of the traditional single panel, which helps improve the contrast and local dimming. Although its 4k panel is IPS, known for its low contrast, it has an incredibly high contrast ratio that can go over 30,000:1 with the local dimming feature enabled. Plus, the black uniformity is almost perfect, with nearly no blooming around bright objects. With an IPS panel, that means it has wide viewing angles, making it a great choice for a wide seating arrangement.

Unfortunately, while it delivers incredible picture quality, its gaming performance isn’t as good as the competition. It has high input lag that doesn’t provide a responsive gaming experience, and the response time is slow. Despite having HDMI 2.1 inputs, 4k @ 120Hz signals skip frames unless you enable the variable refresh rate (VRR) feature. Since not all devices support VRR, like the PS5, that’s not convenient if you want to play 4k @ 120Hz games. Essentially it performs best when watching movies in dark rooms instead of gaming. If you also want to use it in a bright room, it has excellent reflection handling and good peak brightness. Besides the gaming issues, it’s impressive overall, and it’s the best Hisense TV we’ve tested.

#2. Hisense U8G

Hisense U8G Design Picture
The 3 Best Hisense TVs Of 2022

The best Hisense TV we’ve tested for gaming is the Hisense U8G. It’s different from the Hisense U9DG because it doesn’t use the same dual cell technology and has a different panel type, so while the overall picture quality isn’t as good, it’s still great for most people. It’s packed with features that should please gamers, and it’s a good choice whether you want to use it in bright or dark rooms. It’s excellent for gaming because it has a 120Hz panel with two HDMI 2.1 inputs, meaning you can play 4k games up to 120 fps from either the Xbox Series X or PS5. It also has VRR support, low input lag, and a very quick response time.

Unfortunately, we’ve read reports of motion artifacts in Game Mode, and we’ve seen red ghosting, both of which can get distracting. There are also some uniformity issues with dirty screen effect in the center, but this can vary between units. If these don’t bother you, its VA panel has a high native contrast ratio, and, combined with its great full-array local dimming feature, displays deep and uniform blacks. It supports HDR10+ and Dolby Vision, displays a wide color gamut, and gets bright enough to make highlights stand out for an excellent HDR experience. If you want to use it in a well-lit room, you should be happy to know it has excellent reflection handling and high SDR peak brightness. Overall, it’s the best Hisense TV we’ve tested for gaming.

#3. Hisense U6G

Hisense U6G Design Picture
The 3 Best Hisense TVs Of 2022

The best Hisense budget TV that we’ve tested is the Hisense U6G. It doesn’t have as many gaming features as the higher-end Hisense U8G, but it still provides better picture quality than its competitors. It’s well-rounded and still comes with the same great Android TV operating system, so you can easily find your favorite apps through the Google Play Store. It’s available in a wide range of sizes, from 50 to 75 inches, so you can get the one that suits your TV setup the best. Its full-array local dimming feature is decent, especially for a budget-friendly TV, as there isn’t too much blooming, and it displays dark blacks for an impressive movie experience in dark rooms.

Sadly, it’s limited to a 60Hz panel, has HDMI 2.0 inputs, and doesn’t support VRR, so you can’t take full advantage of the next-gen gaming consoles. It still has low input lag and a great response time, and we haven’t read any reports of the red ghosting visible on the other Hisense TVs. Even though its HDR brightness is just okay, it’s still great for watching HDR movies because it displays a wide color gamut and supports both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision, so you won’t have to worry about which format your HDR content is in. It doesn’t have any trouble upscaling lower-resolution content, and it removes judder from 24p sources, like native apps or Blu-ray players. All in all, if you’re on a budget, this is the best Hisense TV we’ve tested.

Michael Diasz Kirindage

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