Hisense H55M3300, 55 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart TV  £436.98 - Very.co.uk
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Hisense H55M3300, 55 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart TV £436.98 - Very.co.uk

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Found 25th May 2017
Hisense H55M3300, 55 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart TV

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will this be a better tv than the 49" curved (ku6670)samsung tv thats getting hot now regardless size?
Heat for hisense
Heat for hisense
haritori

No, while the picture of this set gets good reviews, the issues lie in … No, while the picture of this set gets good reviews, the issues lie in the software on the Hi Sense TV's They seem to be a good buy and they are for a budget option.. you will though find the software on the set slow and even boot-up times can be in the minutes.The samsung sets are pretty quick software wise, and offer more compatability with things catchup and streaming, Now TV, Prime etc..



Nothing wrong with the software on mine and boot ups literally 10 seconds. Can't fault it actually
haritori

you will though find the software on the set slow and even boot-up times … you will though find the software on the set slow and even boot-up times can be in the minutes..



Have you used this TV?

I have one and it loads fine/fast, boot takes 10-15 seconds.
Edited by: "SpaceChip" 25th May 2017
haritori

Well I am willing to stand corrected as i personally do not own one, but … Well I am willing to stand corrected as i personally do not own one, but I have heard from multiple owners on here the complaints of very laggy and slow software..



Looks like I replied at the same time as you

Only fault I can see with mine is that the black uniformity/clouding in a dark room is not great, you don't really notice it when it's playing a video etc, but when the screen is black you can see it. Apart from that the TV is amazing all round in my opinion.
Edited by: "SpaceChip" 25th May 2017

Rubbish! I have had the 58" Hisense for 18 months. Brilliant TV, no problems.

Apogee00

Nothing wrong with the software on mine and boot ups literally 10 … Nothing wrong with the software on mine and boot ups literally 10 seconds. Can't fault it actually


I probably won't buy Hisense again when I replace my current TV.
djh1975

I probably won't buy Hisense again when I replace my current TV.



Why?
flux

Why?


To be fair my Hisense does play up a little. I have the 49" variant of this model I believe (4K and HDR even though doesn't mention HDR) and sometimes when using my PS4 Pro it gets weirdly framey. Not the game but the TV itself, i.e UI animations will start being visually below whatever frame rate they are suppose to play at, and start to have micro-strutters, hangs.

For the price, it is insane value for money, and whenever I have and issue a quick change of channel or moving the HDMI fixes it. For what you pay it is hard to find better.
It was on offer for £333 from Asda, so thought it was a good price 18 months ago. Picture quality is OK but I will probably upgrade soon.
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