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The 10 Best Hisense TVs - June 2017

Every week we analyse the technical specs, reviews and prices of every Hisense TV on the market in the UK to determine our top 10 list.
In total we compared over 13,600 TVs, 109,000 reviews and 21,000 prices. Last updated 23 June 2017.

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H40M2600

Hisense H40M2600

Reviews
89
17 Reviews
Value for Money
97
Excellent
Features
29
Missing Some Features
Age
81
1 Year Old
Running Costs
92
£74 / 5 Years
Overall Score
73
Very Good
40"
No
Full HD
Display Diagonal
3D
HD Type
Apr 2016
Release Date
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H32M2600

Hisense H32M2600

Reviews
89
16 Reviews
Value for Money
97
Excellent
Features
31
Missing Some Features
Age
83
1 Year Old
Running Costs
77
£48 / 5 Years
Overall Score
73
Very Good
32"
No
May 2016
Display Diagonal
3D
Release Date
H50M3300

Hisense H50M3300

Reviews
89
14 Reviews
Value for Money
95
Excellent
Features
24
Missing Some Features
Age
83
1 Year Old
Running Costs
70
£142 / 5 Years
Overall Score
71
Very Good
50"
No
4K
Display Diagonal
3D
HD Type
May 2016
Release Date
H49M3000

Hisense H49M3000

Reviews
90
14 Reviews
Value for Money
96
Excellent
Features
15
Missing Some Features
Age
81
1 Year Old
Running Costs
69
£144 / 5 Years
Overall Score
69
Good
49"
No
4K
Display Diagonal
3D
HD Type
Apr 2016
Release Date
H65M7000

Hisense H65M7000

Reviews
83
120 Reviews
Value for Money
83
Excellent
Features
37
Missing Some Features
Age
84
1 Year Old
Running Costs
26
£245 / 5 Years
Overall Score
67
Good
65"
No
4K
Display Diagonal
3D
HD Type
Jun 2016
Release Date
H40M2100

Hisense H40M2100

Reviews
89
17 Reviews
Value for Money
96
Excellent
Features
7
Missing Some Features
Age
85
11 Months Old
Running Costs
63
£80 / 5 Years
Overall Score
66
Good
40"
No
Full HD
Display Diagonal
3D
HD Type
Jul 2016
Release Date
LTDN40K321

Hisense LTDN40K321

Reviews
89
3 Reviews
Value for Money
94
Excellent
Features
13
Missing Some Features
Age
71
2 Years Old
Running Costs
56
£99 / 5 Years
Overall Score
65
Good
40"
No
4K
Display Diagonal
3D
HD Type
Sep 2015
Release Date
H55M7000

Hisense H55M7000

Reviews
78
9 Reviews
Value for Money
90
Excellent
Features
33
Missing Some Features
Age
84
1 Year Old
Running Costs
28
£208 / 5 Years
Overall Score
64
Good
55"
No
4K
Display Diagonal
3D
HD Type
Jun 2016
Release Date
HE65K5510

Hisense HE65K5510

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Reviews
73
1 Award
Value for Money
1
Mediocre
Features
35
Missing Some Features
Age
86
11 Months Old
Running Costs
31
£187 / 5 Years
Overall Score
56
Average
65"
No
4K
Display Diagonal
3D
HD Type
Aug 2016
Release Date
H40M3300

Hisense H40M3300

Reviews
79
297 Reviews
Value for Money
95
Excellent
Features
17
Missing Some Features
Age
84
1 Year Old
Running Costs
53
£104 / 5 Years
Overall Score
63
Good
40"
No
4K
Display Diagonal
3D
HD Type
May 2016
Release Date

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Hisense TV Prices

In total we found 38 Hisense TVs ranging from £169 to £5,988. On average, a new Hisense TV costs £629 and 80% of Hisense televisions are priced between £211 and £959. The cheapest Hisense TV that we found is the Hisense LTDN32D50 at only £169, and the most expensive is the Hisense XT910 at £5,988.

Price Range of Hisense TVs

Hisense TVs start at £169 and the most expensive Hisense TV costs £5,988. The 14th highest average TV price out of all brands is Hisense TVs with an average price of £629.

Average Rating of Hisense TVs

We have analysed 4,636 expert reviews and 68,234 user reviews for TVs written online and used this data to evaluate an average rating for TVs of 88%. This makes Hisense the 7th best television brand.

When Are Most New Hisense TVs Released?

We looked at the release dates for new Hisense TVs over the last 3 years, but couldn't see any prominent pattern. September was the biggest month last year for new Hisense televisions, with 13 new Hisense televisions released that month. In 2015 most new Hisense TVs were released in September as well, with nine new Hisense TVs released that month. 15 new Hisense TVs were released in September 2014 making it the biggest month that year as well for new Hisense television releases.

How Fast Do Hisense Television Prices Drop After Release?

Hisense TVs tend to depreciate slower than most TVs. Most TVs drop in price by 11% in the first 6 months after release. On average, in the first 6 months after release, Hisense TVs drop in price by 8%. That means that on a typical Hisense television costing £1,088 you could save on average £88 by waiting 6 months before buying.

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