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Hisense Roku TV R50B7120UK 4K Smart LED TV with HDR - 43" £279 / 50" £329 / 55" £379 / 65" £529 + free Click and Collect @ Argos
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Hisense Roku TV R50B7120UK 4K Smart LED TV with HDR - 43" £279 / 50" £329 / 55" £379 / 65" £529 + free Click and Collect @ Argos

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Hisense Roku TV R50B7120UK 4K Smart LED TV with HDR - 43" £279 / 50" £329 / 55" £379 / 65" £529 + free Click and Collect @ Argos
Posted 26th Aug 2020

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The first Roku TV in the UK, brought to you by Hisense. Start streaming 150,000+ movies and TV episodes across a range of apps such as Netflix, Now TV, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and Freeview Play. Enjoy every detail in stunning 4K HDR offering 4x more pixels than Full HD, whilst DTS Studio Sound delivers the ultimate audio experience with enhanced bass and clearer vocals. With a simple home screen, easy-to-use remote and automatic software updates, the Hisense Roku TV is more than a Smart TV - simple to use and easy to love.

Catch up on your favourite shows from the last 7 days with Freeview Play on BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5 and UKTV Play whenever you like, or pause and rewind live TV with no boxes and no monthly fees.

Stream Disney+ on your Hisense Roku TV and discover the best stories from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic in one place. With 500+ movies and 300+ TV shows, from timeless classics to new originals – Disney+ has something for everyone.

Model number: R50B7120UK.

2019 model.

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peterbrookes26/08/2020 17:23

Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's …Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's either this or spend double on a Sony Bravia


Get yourself the Hisense. They are fantastic. I've had Hisense for over 6 years now no problems. Don't be a brand snob. Any friends who i advised to also get Hisense were extremely shocked at how good they actually are. You wont regret it. Also they have superior sound compared to most other TV's
peterbrookes26/08/2020 17:23

Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's …Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's either this or spend double on a Sony Bravia


I own one and the smart features are certainly the most comprehensive I've seen on a smart TV without involving another device being plugged in. E.g. some devices do YouTube some don't, some do Disney+ etc but not iTunes. The picture is solid for the price, although clearly spending double will yield a higher quality picture but in all fairness I've not yet watched something and thought it looked bad at all. The things I thought were an instant improvement over other smart devices are things like YouTube. The app actually seems to support the higher resolutions rather than pretending to output them. The mobile smart app for the TV is where a lot of the extra options are so keep that in mind when tweaking the advanced settings but the app itself is fine. The smart home enabled function is occasionally flakey but I really only use it to turn the TV on/off when I leave/enter the room. For the price the TV is a solid buy. I did get it cheaper during the launch price drop.
In case anybody is interested, this is what you get when the TV is on. You can add seperate inputs for each device you have, so you can have Live TV, Sky and anything you've got connected to the other ports so, I suppose, a games console.

As you can see, each input plays a little picture-in-picture of what's playing on it on the main screen which is pretty cool.

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I saw this last week and there was no stock close to me. Hopefully will check now and find some as this is a decent price

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Yip in stock now. Thanks OP
Edited by: "T_UKdeals" 26th Aug
The 43" was about £245 at one point
nylec26/08/2020 17:20

The 43" was about £245 at one point


It was when I bought it
I've just ordered mine, it seems they've restocked today, I've been chasing this for a while and luckily now it comes with a small discount
Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's either this or spend double on a Sony Bravia
peterbrookes26/08/2020 17:23

Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's …Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's either this or spend double on a Sony Bravia


Get yourself the Hisense. They are fantastic. I've had Hisense for over 6 years now no problems. Don't be a brand snob. Any friends who i advised to also get Hisense were extremely shocked at how good they actually are. You wont regret it. Also they have superior sound compared to most other TV's
peterbrookes26/08/2020 17:23

Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's …Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's either this or spend double on a Sony Bravia


I own one and the smart features are certainly the most comprehensive I've seen on a smart TV without involving another device being plugged in. E.g. some devices do YouTube some don't, some do Disney+ etc but not iTunes. The picture is solid for the price, although clearly spending double will yield a higher quality picture but in all fairness I've not yet watched something and thought it looked bad at all. The things I thought were an instant improvement over other smart devices are things like YouTube. The app actually seems to support the higher resolutions rather than pretending to output them. The mobile smart app for the TV is where a lot of the extra options are so keep that in mind when tweaking the advanced settings but the app itself is fine. The smart home enabled function is occasionally flakey but I really only use it to turn the TV on/off when I leave/enter the room. For the price the TV is a solid buy. I did get it cheaper during the launch price drop.
What is this like to play Xbox X?
LeoMike26/08/2020 17:38

I own one and the smart features are certainly the most comprehensive I've …I own one and the smart features are certainly the most comprehensive I've seen on a smart TV without involving another device being plugged in. E.g. some devices do YouTube some don't, some do Disney+ etc but not iTunes. The picture is solid for the price, although clearly spending double will yield a higher quality picture but in all fairness I've not yet watched something and thought it looked bad at all. The things I thought were an instant improvement over other smart devices are things like YouTube. The app actually seems to support the higher resolutions rather than pretending to output them. The mobile smart app for the TV is where a lot of the extra options are so keep that in mind when tweaking the advanced settings but the app itself is fine. The smart home enabled function is occasionally flakey but I really only use it to turn the TV on/off when I leave/enter the room. For the price the TV is a solid buy. I did get it cheaper during the launch price drop.


Interesting, thanks. I did actually purchase a refurb Sony and was very impressed with the local dimming but it was faulty and sent it back. How true are the blacks and does the brightness stand up on a sunny day?
Do you get 4k resolution when using the Netfix app?
Not sure if I should go for this one in 43" or the 43A7300FTUK posted earlier? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
peterbrookes26/08/2020 17:23

Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's …Can anyone let me know what their thoughts are on this TV? For me it's either this or spend double on a Sony Bravia



Absolutely brilliant TV, buy you will not regret it.
LeoMike26/08/2020 17:38

I own one and the smart features are certainly the most comprehensive I've …I own one and the smart features are certainly the most comprehensive I've seen on a smart TV without involving another device being plugged in. E.g. some devices do YouTube some don't, some do Disney+ etc but not iTunes. The picture is solid for the price, although clearly spending double will yield a higher quality picture but in all fairness I've not yet watched something and thought it looked bad at all. The things I thought were an instant improvement over other smart devices are things like YouTube. The app actually seems to support the higher resolutions rather than pretending to output them. The mobile smart app for the TV is where a lot of the extra options are so keep that in mind when tweaking the advanced settings but the app itself is fine. The smart home enabled function is occasionally flakey but I really only use it to turn the TV on/off when I leave/enter the room. For the price the TV is a solid buy. I did get it cheaper during the launch price drop.


Hi, can I ask please , do you have a sky or virgin type box plugged into it? Or can I just use my outside aerial ? My sky box is knackered .
Edited by: "Verticallychallenged" 26th Aug
Looking at either this, or the TCL 50C715K QLED (£379) - anyone wish to help me decide?!
Derriere26/08/2020 18:04

Do you get 4k resolution when using the Netfix app?


Yes, I actually bought one of these yesterday at £399. The 4k is good, with lots of menu settings for personalisation...
I'm actually impressed with how good it sounds for small inbuilt speakers.
peterbrookes26/08/2020 17:56

Interesting, thanks. I did actually purchase a refurb Sony and was very …Interesting, thanks. I did actually purchase a refurb Sony and was very impressed with the local dimming but it was faulty and sent it back. How true are the blacks and does the brightness stand up on a sunny day?


The local dimming is reasonable for the cost. It's not an OLED panel so don't expect the same level as a more expensive panel but it's not bad either. The black seems fine to my eyes and the brightness is capable during the day although my TV doesn't face direct sunlight.
Verticallychallenged26/08/2020 18:38

Hi, can I ask please , do you have a sky or virgin type box plugged into …Hi, can I ask please , do you have a sky or virgin type box plugged into it? Or can I just use my outside aerial ? My sky box is knackered .


I'm using a virgin media box but barely use it. The TV has the usual digital TV tuner I believe but it has Freeview play which is the internet enabled Freeview package which gets you the basic Freeview channels and catch up services without needing an aerial (just internet either WiFi or wired).
LeoMike26/08/2020 17:38

I own one and the smart features are certainly the most comprehensive I've …I own one and the smart features are certainly the most comprehensive I've seen on a smart TV without involving another device being plugged in. E.g. some devices do YouTube some don't, some do Disney+ etc but not iTunes. The picture is solid for the price, although clearly spending double will yield a higher quality picture but in all fairness I've not yet watched something and thought it looked bad at all. The things I thought were an instant improvement over other smart devices are things like YouTube. The app actually seems to support the higher resolutions rather than pretending to output them. The mobile smart app for the TV is where a lot of the extra options are so keep that in mind when tweaking the advanced settings but the app itself is fine. The smart home enabled function is occasionally flakey but I really only use it to turn the TV on/off when I leave/enter the room. For the price the TV is a solid buy. I did get it cheaper during the launch price drop.


Have to agree. Have a 55N5500 I picked up almost 2y ago (another deal off here!) and for the price, the PQ is more than good enough. I wasn't expecting eye-ball busting HDR, 1000-nit brightness or butter-smooth motion processing at that price. The smart functions have received several updates and still work (YouTube, iPlayer, Rakuten, Prime Video and Netflix). HDR-mode looks very good on the XBone. No complaints for what I paid for it at all. Also, Hisense are the only TV manufacturer to offer a 2 year manufacturer warranty instead of the standard one year offered by the likes of LG, Sony and Samsung.
damn i brought the 43 inch last Friday for 299 (Broke old tv....bloody moths)

Great tv better than what it replaced

Would Argos refund the difference as im in first 7 days of ownership?
Do i have to pay for TV licence if I have Roku ?
DanishT26/08/2020 22:00

Do i have to pay for TV licence if I have Roku ?


Officially you have to pay for a licence if you watch live television, which you can obviously do on the Roku TV, but if you just use nothing but streaming and catchup services then you don't need one.

You might find that they will argue the toss that your TV is capable of receiving live television but then you're not legally required to let them in your house anyway ..
upcreek24626/08/2020 18:15

Not sure if I should go for this one in 43" or the 43A7300FTUK posted …Not sure if I should go for this one in 43" or the 43A7300FTUK posted earlier? Any thoughts would be appreciated.


I have the same query so any thoughts appreciated. Unfortunately I'm a TV tech dropout....
HankHandsome26/08/2020 22:55

Officially you have to pay for a licence if you watch live television, …Officially you have to pay for a licence if you watch live television, which you can obviously do on the Roku TV, but if you just use nothing but streaming and catchup services then you don't need one.You might find that they will argue the toss that your TV is capable of receiving live television but then you're not legally required to let them in your house anyway ..


Watch out for a van with a bloke inside twisting a TV Ariel around through the roof.

'They' do tend to peer into one's front room if the 'TV Detector van' isn't available though.

Heavy curtains might be an option
Edited by: "skipraider" 27th Aug
skipraider27/08/2020 01:35

Watch out for a van with a bloke inside twisting a TV Ariel around … Watch out for a van with a bloke inside twisting a TV Ariel around through the roof. 'They' do tend to peer into one's front room if the 'TV Detector van' isn't available though. Heavy curtains might be an option


The TV Detector vans are a myth.

But then Capita have to run on myths, half truths and outright lies to collect the licence money. If the majority of the general public learnt their full legal rights with regards to Capita and their collections, the system would collapse within a week.
Bought the 55” at the start of lockdown, for £329 worth every penny plus has the Apple TV app that is brilliant and has allowed me to put my Apple TV box up stairs in the bedroom tv.
Are these Roku TV's anygood?
willeymunda27/08/2020 11:14

Are these Roku TV's anygood?


Depends what you mean by "any good" ?

I've got one and I think they're great. It's great to have the Roku OS on the TV directly instead of having to have a device plugged in to it and the amount of content is pretty good as well.
Does the HiSense Roku cater for wireless projection from Android or Chromebook? I like this feature with my LG Smart TV, but I have a Roku stick on another TV and it doesn't handle wireless projection.
Any major differences between 2019 and 2020 models?
HankHandsome27/08/2020 13:25

Depends what you mean by "any good" ?I've got one and I think they're …Depends what you mean by "any good" ?I've got one and I think they're great. It's great to have the Roku OS on the TV directly instead of having to have a device plugged in to it and the amount of content is pretty good as well.


I mean in term of picture quality, since i posted it i see that its a Hisense made TV, i have a 65" hisense tv ive had for a few years and im pleased with
Edited by: "willeymunda" 27th Aug
KM199927/08/2020 14:18

Any major differences between 2019 and 2020 models?


what model number is the 2020 model?
Some great first hand reports here. The Roku model was a best buy in this month's Computer Shopper, which is where I first got interested. I will be buying!
robcrazee26/08/2020 21:23

damn i brought the 43 inch last Friday for 299 (Broke old tv....bloody …damn i brought the 43 inch last Friday for 299 (Broke old tv....bloody moths) Great tv better than what it replaced Would Argos refund the difference as im in first 7 days of ownership?


where did you bring it from?
willeymunda27/08/2020 15:29

I mean in term of picture quality, since i posted it i see that its a …I mean in term of picture quality, since i posted it i see that its a Hisense made TV, i have a 65" hisense tv ive had for a few years and im pleased with


Well personally, I think it's fantastic picture quality. I watch a lot of 4K HDR Netflix on it and the quality is superb.

Although, as a disclaimer, I'm not any kind of picture-phile and don't look for the pixels-per-refresh rate or whatever they want to call it, and I have reduced vision in my left eye due to a virus from some years ago. But other than that, it's great !
I currently have a full HD Samsung. It was top of the range when I got it, and to be honest, it still is top of the range of 1080p sets. When I come to replace it, I want a really good set; 4K with a decent refresh rate (like my Samsung) for gaming. I’d be happy to buy a HiSense, but not without seeing one, and I don’t know anywhere that has them on display
I’m not looking for a cheap set, but I like getting good bang for buck and HiSense are usually well-reviewed. Do they have any TVs higher up the range? I feel like this TV might fall slightly short of what I’d be looking for.
Good video review here - youtube.com/wat…KiA

I use a Roku box for my TV in the bedroom and it's a fantastic unit for the money. This being built into the set makes this a bargain at just over £300 for 50" - definitely one I'll consider for a 2nd set
nice price
Same price on Richer Sounds, with 6 years warranty for the 65".... Hopefully bank holiday will see this at the £500 mark?...
Edited by: "romeospadre" 27th Aug
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