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Hisense 4k ULED TV’s Are HDR Enabled

TV Maker Hisense who got to #1 in the TV last week has said that all issues relating to HDR problems have been resolved.

The Company said that their ULED Series 7 Models are HDR enabled.

‘HDR’ stands for High Dynamic Range, it’s being described as the next big thing in TV world. The term originates in photography, and refers to a technique that heightens a picture’s dynamic range – the contrast between the brightest whites and the darkest blacks.

In a statement issued to ChannelNews the Company said “We identified and have since resolved an HDMI compatibility issue affecting HDR via HDMI on newly released HDR enabled peripheral devices. Hisense Australia models which are promoted as HDR, are HDR and this has never been in doubt”

They added “As a challenger brand we are extremely proud of how the Hisense brand has grown as proof in our complete commitment to quality, providing the best and most advanced features to consumers”.

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