- Screen technology: LEDs
- Screen size: 40″
- Screen resolution: Full HD
- HDR: No.
- Internet and Wifi: Yes
- Operating system: Opera V4.9
- USB ports: 2
- HDMI ports: 2
This Hisense model is one of the few ever enjoyed so much success in the 40-inch category. Users, in fact, declare themselves very satisfied with the quality of television, despite some small flaws, which we will talk about later. However, there is certainly no denying that this TV does not have all the necessary functions to enjoy anoptimal entertainment experience.
In addition, the slim design that characterizes it makes it even more winking. Although the panel is not the thinnest, the viewing space on the screen is very large, thanks to the narrowness of the bezels. In addition to the aesthetics, however appreciable, what should be emphasized about this Hisense TV is the quality of the images, highlighted by numerous users.
Full HD resolution goes hand in hand with the “brain” of Hisense televisions: Master Pro. In essence, the quality of the content increases thanks to the efficiency of the latest technologies of the Chinese house. Among these we find the Colour Enhancer,which deals with enhancing the liveliness, brightness and brilliance of the colors. The color range in fact, is very realistic, without any excess.
However, it should be emphasized a slight excess of brightness at the edges of the panel. This, however, has no impact on the perfection of contrast levels, which give sharpness and definition to each scene. Blacks appear dark and deep, while whites bright and bright. In addition, Hisense has developed a useful function to enjoy content with high scene movement.
We are talking about the Motion Picture Enhancer, whose task is to eliminate the trails of movement in action-packed programs. In the same way, the sound section can also be said to be of high quality. The audio system on which this Hisense 40-inch rests is Dolby Audio, in union with two speakers of 12 watts of total power.
The television experience, therefore, appears complete on two essential fronts: visual and sound. As for the smart part, however, there are some limitations to take into account. The operating system used by Hisense is Opera V4.9, which although it is simple and intuitive, sins on the side of speed.
The section of the apps instead, although already complete with the best known and used ones (YouTube, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video), of which you will find the appropriate buttons on the remote control, is harshly criticized for theincompatibility with Mediaset Play and Disney +. The only way to access it in fact, is by using the browser or, alternatively, by connecting a fire stick.
In addition, despite the Wifi, this television can not be managed through the application designed for smartphones. Finally, the last limitation to emphasize concerns the inability to record your favorite programs by inserting a USB stick in the appropriate port.
In short, Hisense wanted to focus all its attention on visual and sound quality, sacrificing a bit the smart section. Anyway, also looking at the enthusiasm of many users, we feel we can define this 40 inches as a TV withan excellent quality-price ratio.