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Hisense 4K Google TV: Your voice will become the TV’s remote, this feature is very interesting

New Delhi. Ahead of the Amazon Prime Day sale, Hisense has launched its 4K Google TV A6H series. Under this, 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch and 75-inch TVs have been launched. With this, an extended warranty of two years is being given. It has features like Google TV. Some specific features have been given in Hisense TV which include far-field voice control. This TV can be completely controlled without remote only through voice commands. Voice commands can be used to activate applications, adjust volume, and watch favorite shows.

By the way, it has been seen that many times we find it very difficult to find the remote because we forget to keep it somewhere. However, a feature has been provided with this new TV through which the remote can be detected. It is fitted with a traceable tracker. In this you just have to activate Remote Finder. The price of Hisense 4K Google TV starts at Rs 29,990. This is the introductory price.

Features of Hisense A6H Google TV:
google tv- This TV comes with Google’s latest operating system, in which all the latest features have been given. You can add all your favorite content to your watchlist anywhere, right from your phone. It supports Chromecast and Apple Air Play and Apple Home Kit.

Far-field voice control Without TV remote control your TV only by voice. This feature is the latest and will take the TV experience to a whole new level. You use voice commands to activate the app.

remote finder- The A6H remote has a trace-to-trace tracker that allows users to trace the remote. All you have to do is activate the remote finder and the remote will call you with a series of audio music. With this you will be able to find it easily.

Game Mode Plus (ALM, VRR, E-ARC)- It comes with advanced feature set. It gives you great gaming experience. For better gaming experience, it has been given refresh rate (VRR) and auto-low latency mode (ALLM).

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