|Item Weight||68.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||56.9 x 3 x 32.8 inches|
|Item model number||65H8F|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
Hisense 65H8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Android Smart ULED TV HDR (2019)
|Connections||Wireless, Bluetooth, Ethernet|
|Supported Internet Services||Android TV|
About this item
- Hisense’s ULED technologies amplifies color, contrast, brightness and provides smooth motion— raising the bar for picture quality
- Your favorite content is always front and center to binge-watch or pick up where you left off with android TV
- With the google assistant built in, you can quickly access entertainment, get answers, and control devices around your home—all with just your voice
- Dolby vision HDR + HDR10 provides high dynamic range which adds details, dramatic color, contrast and brightness
- Up to 60 full array local dimming zones provides a higher contrast range and color accuracy
- Wide color gamut delivers an expanded range of a billion+ colors to display a more lifelike picture
- Motion rate 240 eliminates lags for smooth motion so you can keep up with fast-action scenes
- Power consumption: 205w
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From the manufacturer
Up to 700 Nits Peak Brightness
Beam brilliantly with more nits. More nits extend more light for added luminance and contrast on screen. Scenes look even better in bright rooms or with HDR TV programs.
Artificial Intelligence, Even Smarter
Control the H8F with your voice. Plus, automated scene recognition adjusts picture and audio modes based on the genre of content you're watching, whether it's fast action, concert, news, etc.
With an input lag that’s as low as 15 milliseconds, you’ll enjoy fast-paced video games and stay ahead of your competition.
Variable Feet Position
Enjoy more tabletop options for your TV. The H8F is designed with a total of four slots to choose from to insert the TV feet. This allows for more flexibility and space-saving. Available on the 55" and 65".
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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, Ethernet, Bluetooth||Wireless||Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI, USB, Wireless||HDMI, USB, Wi-Fi|
|Screen Size||65 inches||64.5 inches||50 inches||43 inches|
|Item Dimensions||56.90 x 3.00 x 32.80 inches||56.90 x 3.00 x 32.80 inches||44.00 x 9.90 x 28.30 inches||38.20 x 7.60 x 24.50 inches|
|Refresh Rate||240||60 hertz||60 hertz||120 hertz|
|Total HDMI Ports||4||4||2||3|
The Hisense h8f is the most advanced TV in its price class providing a picture with richer colors, more detail, better brightness, and smoother motion. For the first time, the h8 is powered by Hisense’s proprietary ULED technologies and hi-view engine. This combination works intuitively and continually to create backlight control, and picture quality enhancing and tuning algorithms to boost color, contrast, brightness and motion. Sit back and enjoy the ideal viewing experience—no matter what is on the screen. Say “goodbye” to boredom and “hello” to android TV, featuring more than 500, 000 movies and shows plus video streaming from Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and many more. Android TV comes with google assistant built-in so you can quickly find the latest blockbuster, check the score of the big game, or dim the lights—all without leaving what you are watching. The h8f makes sure the best of TV is at the tip of your finger or lips with google home compatible devices. Refresh rate: 60 kHz.
On-mode power consumption
Visible screen diagonal
65" / 166 cm
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Dark corners of screen
Brought white colors seems to cause minor bleeding
Legs seems flimsy
Screwed for mounting hardware are you short and get small.
CPU could be faster
Lack of storage space, could be higher for little $$.
Amazing picture quality
Very light tv, way handles to left by
Virtually no bezel
Very comfortable remote
Supports ARC, eliminating cables to sound system.
240 motion rate makes video look amazing
HDR allows the long night to be seen unlike either of Samsung TVs.
Now a free weird about how I used it tonight. Loaded up all my favorite Google apps, YouTube tv, youtube, Google play movies, along with hbo, steam link.
First off I didn't expect steam link to work so well. I have Google WiFi and it streamed the Witcher in 4K to my TV with no noticable lag, tried a lot of other action games as well such as gungeon and Sine Mora, and battlefield 4. All played extremely well.
4k content played extremely well though I didn't not have an Ethernet cable plugged in, it loaded and buffered to 4k within about 30 seconds. This is due to only having an 80 mbps connection.
As above watched s8e3 the long night off hbo, the dark scenes we're clear and easy to see, watched it in broad day light with shares open on a 75° day with lots of sun. Again no issues at all.
YouTube and YouTube seemed to be a bit slow.
Default browser was not tried but I downloaded Brave and worked great, watched YouTube fatser hen YouTube app.
Synced Google mini and Bluetooth controllers to tv, they all worked great.
Google Home has not been able to find my TV, but that may be my Google home, it's been dying for a few days and doesn't responded like the other ones in my house. With that, my bedroom Google mini could control the tv just fine, but still can't add to my Google home app.
I'll update again in 30 days. If my cons don't steer you away you will love this tv, and love the price you paid even more!
Update: So bit longer than 30 days, still loving the TV, it is fantastic I have told many people about it and they too have ordered it. No its not the best on the market, but its amazing for what it costs. Everything i said still holds true. Fantastic product.
The panel itself seems to be very good. It has wide color gamut, has HDR, and gets really bright. The screen seemed a little dirty. I could notice some annoying vertical lines when looking at a uniform color screen - like a sky when playing video games - but this may have been just my particular unit. Overall, they did an amazing job with the panel at this price.
However, the software and firmware all just seemed very unfinished. The Android home screen personally is just too much for me. I don't need all that when I turn my TV on. My old Roku TV seems like such a better tv interface. It is simple and easy. Android TV has rows and rows of different stuff and the input icon seems like an afterthought.
The picture, while good, seems like it needs to be highly adjusted no matter what you're using it for. The motion thing seems to always be turned on, youtube videos looked really jittery, and colors just always seemed to be off. I bought this primarily for Xbox One X HDR gaming, and I spent a lot of time just trying to get the picture right. The bad thing about this is that the settings menu is extremely complicated. You never know if you're adjusting for just that mode or other modes, the menus are not intuitive, and the setting you want is probably greyed out because of the mode you happen to be in.
The sound is very good for a TV and the theater effect is better than I expected - which was not much. But occasionally the TV just wouldn't output and sound and I'd have to go back to the home screen and then back to the input to get it working again.
The dealbreaker for me was the Game Mode (the mode that minimizes input lag from the controller) seems to be broken as of this writing. With it on the color banding was atrocious - definitely in HDR gaming and probably in SDR too. Areas of the screen that should gradually go from dark to light (like a dark sky or dark hallway shadow) instead transition in ugly bands of color. If I changed the setting to a normal HDR mode everything would be fine but the input lag would be noticeably high making it impossible to play. (I thought I was going crazy and tried every adjustment on my Xbox and TV to no avail - I finally found one owner on a forum stating the same problem which made me realize it was not just me.) Since the picture looks fine on non-game mode I'm assuming this is a software problem which can be fixed by Hisense in the future.
Using this primarily as a gaming TV, I am now going to have to contact Amazon and try to return it, which should be fun with an item this large. Luckily Amazon usually has amazing customer service.
To conclude, this TV is exactly what you should expect for the price. Amazing they were able to fit so much in for $500, but everything seems just a little off and rushed, like a few corners were cut everywhere. It does seem like almost all of my criticisms can be solved with software updates though, so my review may become outdated in the future. One comparison to help: my old TV was a TCL 55P605/P607. It lacks some of the features of this one, but is overall just a much, much better put together machine. The home screen is simple and the picture settings all just seem to work right out of the box.