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Hisense H50U7BUK review

Key features
  • 50-inches
  • LCD
  • 4K Ultra-HD
Reviewed

The 50-inch H50U7BUK has the look of a more expensive TV and it has some of the features, too, including Dolby Vision HDR and Hisense's top of the line 'ULED' technology, which is a collective term for several picture and sound-improving features. Do they coalesce into a good TV, or is ULED a marketing term to get Hisense in the OLED and QLED conversation? We put it through more than 300 tests to bring you the answer.

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