Hisense launches its first-ever Fire TV

Sharanya Sinha
Sharanya Sinha May 18, 2022
Updated 2022/06/23 at 8:28 AM

“We’re committed to creating industry-leading solutions that provide our consumers the finest in entertainment – and streaming is an important part of that,” said David Gold, President of Hisense USA. “We’re excited to add Fire TV to our selection of smart TVs to provide our consumers in the United States with a quality home entertainment experience.”
Hisense’s patented ULED technology, Dolby Vision, HDR10/HDR10+, Quantum Dot color, a 60Hz variable refresh rate, 240 motion rate, and 600 nit peak brightness are all included in the new Hisense U6HF.

Gaming Mode Plus eliminates input latency, enhances response time, and reduces frame-rate difficulties on next-generation game consoles via HDMI interface, 60Hz Variable Refresh Rate, and Auto Low Latency Mode, making the U6HF perfect for gamers. Customers may use their voice to change channels, start applications, search for titles, play music, and operate compatible smart home devices with the U6HF and an Alexa Voice Remote.” Hisense and Fire TV both share the objective of integrating the finest in hardware and software to deliver high-quality, innovative, and inexpensive smart TV experiences,” said Daniel Rausch, Vice President, Amazon Entertainment Devices and Services.

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“As more companies turn to Fire TV, we’re committed to offering a smart TV package that’s simple to use, quick to build with, and delights users,” says the company. Customers in the United States may access over 1 million TV episodes and movies from applications like Prime Video, Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, and HBO Max, as well as stream popular ad-supported content for free from Pluto TV, Amazon Freevee, and others, all with Fire TV built-in. Customers also benefit from Fire TV’s extensive capabilities, which include the ability to use Alexa to search and launch over 100 applications, connection with smart home devices such as doorbells and cameras, and the ability to see connected devices using features like Live View Picture-in-Picture.

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