Hisense has priced its 2024 TV lineup, and we’ve got the details


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This time is year is like Christmas for TV lovers. All the big TV manufacturers take the lid off their new lineup, and you can see what new tech is making its way across the category.

Hisense’s lineup has been priced and dated for Australia, following announcements from LG and Samsung’s unveiling this week.

Unlike those brands, Hisense doesn’t include an OLED model in its range, instead focusing on QLED and Mini LED technologies for backlighting LCD panels.

There are a number of different models in the 2024 lineup. Let’s break down the key series.

UXAU – the flagship

If you’re looking for the best in the range, the UXAU lineup is where to start. These TVs feature 20,000 backlights with over 5,000 dimming zones, which can take the TV to more than 2,500 nits of brightness.

The UXAU also features Hisense’s Dynamic X Display, which reduces reflections of the surface while still delivering over a billion different colours.

It boasts HDR10+ and Dolby Vision iQ support, and has IMAX enhanced certification, highlighting the quality of the picture.

It will be available in 55, 65 and 75-inch screen sizes from may, with a 110-inch model destined for later this year.

ULED Mini-LED in the U8NAU and U7NAU ranges

With a new design that streamlines the appearance and moves the speakers to the back of the TV, the U8NAU range comes in 65, 75 and 85-inch sizes.

Hisense has increased the backlighting capabilities here to, doubling the number of dimming zones to over 1000 (from over 500) and increasing brightness to 3,000 nits from 2,000.

The U7NAU, meanwhile sees a big improvement over last year’s model, tripling the number of dimming zones, with the 300+ built into the U7NAU bringing enhanced levels of contrast overall.

The U7NAU comes in 55, 65, 75, 85 and 100-inch sizes, arriving from April.

Bigger screens for smaller budgets

While the more premium TVs in Hisense’s lineup are definitely the more exciting models, Hisense has committed to delivering bigger screens at lower prices a bit further down the range.

From May, Hisense is offering the Q7NAU QLED TV in a 100-inch model, with an RRP of just $5,999.

The Q6NAU, meanwhile, will offer an 85-inch model for $2,799.

Hisense 2024 TVs pricing and availability

There are 25 models in the new lineup, with availability beginning in April but rolling out over the coming months. The table below highlights the RRPs of the different models.

A4NAU SMART TV (32″, 40″)April onwards$349 (32″)
$449 (40″)
Q6NAU QLED (43”, 50”, 55”,65”,75”,85”)May onwards$799 (43″)
$899 (50″)
$999 (55″)
$1,299 (65″)
$1,799 (75″)
$2,799 (85″)
Q7NAU QLED (100″)May onwards$5,999 (100″)
U6NAU Mini-LED (55″, 65″, 75″, 85″)May onwards$1,299 (55″)
$1,699 (65″)
$2,499 (75″)
$3,499 (85″)
U7NAU ULED Mini-LED (55″, 65″, 75″, 85″, 100″)April onwards$1,599 (55″)
$2,299 (65″)
$2,999 (75″)
$3,999 (85″)
$6,999 (100″, U7KAU)
U8NAU ULED Mini-LED Pro (65″, 75″, 85″)May onwards$2,699 (65″)
$3,699 (75″)
$4,999 (85″)
UXAU ULED X Mini-LED X (65″, 75″, 85″, 110″)May onwards$3,999 (65″)
$4,999 (75″)
$8,999 (85″)
TBC (110″)


  • Nick Broughall

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