This week HiSense unveiled a new 4K HDR television that you might be interested in, and that is because it is one of the cheapest 4K HDR TVs available.

These new televisions are the M5500 and the K5510, which are available for an extremely competitive price of just £899 for the 65-inch model, which is highly competitive when compared to other 4K HDR TVs that are on the market.

B0th of the televisions will come with a sleek black design, with a 4K UHD resolution, upscaling technology to upscale standard definition into something with a higher resolution.

It also comes with Freeview HD inbuilt, with HDR (High Dynamic Range) inbuilt to provide a further range of colours.

The M5500 and K5510 also has a quad-core processor inbuilt, with an Ethernet and WiFi connection and a smart platform pre-installed so that you can access BBC iPlayer, 4K YouTube, 4K Amazon Video, and 4K Netflix inbuilt.

There’s also a built-in web browser, with Anyview Cast and Anyview Stream to stream content from your smartphone, tablet, or computer.

They also have four HDMI connections, two of which are HDMI 2.0 and the other two are HDCP 2.2, for compatibility with UHD Blu-Ray and other streaming services. There’s also a USB 3.0 slot, an optical connection.

You can pick up both the M5500 and the K5510 for AO.com today for from £899.

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