Hitachi has announced the launch of a new range of televisions for the end of this summer in Europe, which will manage to cover the mid-range of the manufacturer and, hopefully, at very competitive prices.

These will be the new Q series LCD-LED type TVs with quantum dot or QLED technology and 4K resolution in sizes of 43, 50, 55 and 65 inches.

The televisions will be able to cover 90% of the DCI-P3 color space, being compatible with HDR10 and Dolby Vision, although they did not give more information on the LED lighting management technology that they have. called “Micro Dimming”, nor if they will have attenuation or local matrix (FALD) capabilities.

With Android TV and DTS sound

One of the novelties of this new range is that it will come with the operating system Android TV (although they have not commented on the version it will bring) thanks to an agreement between the manufacturer and Google which will allow direct access to the universe of available applications, including streaming video applications such as Netflix.

They will also have Chromecast built-in to be able to send content from mobiles and tablets and with an advanced audio system in terms of decoding capabilities, since it will support the DTS HD standard, which is increasingly elusive among major brands.

It will have two speakers for a seemingly a little basic sound system with two 2×10 watt stereo speakers on all models except the 65-inch, which reaches 2×12 watts and which will probably have to be supplemented with an external sound bar if you are going to use it. is a cinephile. .

As for the main connectivity of televisions, it will be in charge of three HDMI 2.0 ports, two USB interfaces, WiFi and Bluetooth.

Pricing and availability

The new range of Hitachi Q-series televisions will be marketed in Europe at the end of the summer in France, Spain, Italy and Germany for a price still unknown but which according to the manufacturer will be an “affordable mid-range”.

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