Top reviewers agree that the Hisense H6570G will deliver excellent performance for non-professional gamers, and it has an easy-to-use Android Smart TV menu interface that is perfect for first-time Smart TV buyers. In addition, this 4K UHD TV features an excellent contrast ratio and decent reflection handling, a feature that product testers pointed out that new smart TV buyers will appreciate. However, the device doesn’t get very bright, and the narrow viewing angles limit where you can sit in the room. Also, the audio is not the best, requiring a possible external speaker or soundbar to reach its sound potential.
PICTURE QUALITY (Category of Performance)
4k (Performance Criteria)
- Top reviewers thought that the Hisense H6570G’s 4K UHD offers resolution that is acceptable for an entry-level TV in this class, just like some of the best TVs in this range. These experts also loved the TV’s upscaling capabilities on the 1080p high-definition screen, giving a clearer, more defined picture. This TV’s over 8 million pixels 4K technology is impressive.
- The Hisense H6570G will provide a decent color gamut with its out-of-the-box settings, for immersive and lifelike scenes. Reviewers were happy that most scenes (TV and Movies) are displayed at their correct color and brightness.
- However, critics did point out that it struggles to display colors when there is a wide range of luminance levels.
- Critics praised the impressive deep black levels, which make for great image quality on this Hisense H65 series. The black levels, according to reviewers, held their contrast in darker scenes, despite being in a dark room.
- Even though most scenes displayed at their correct brightness, the Hisense H6570G peak brightness is moderately low, even with the backlight control turned up. It is tough to distinguish between relatively bright and very bright highlights, compared to full HD levels. This issue is most prominent in brightly lit rooms.
- Top reviewers, like Rtings.com and Cnet, were ecstatic about the excellent contrast level this TV has to offer. Visually, this TV UHD offers a clearer picture than others in this class. Experts appreciated near-perfect contrast with TV and movie watching, especially in the “dynamic range” setting, much like with the Hisense H5500G.
- However, according to a couple of reviewers, there are some issues with screen uniformity during fast-moving scenes.
- The Hisense H6570G lacks a local dimming feature, so that spec cannot be calibrated. Reviewers thought the ultra HD screen is still a good choice to watch movies in the dark because it displays deep blacks well.
- Experts found this Hisense H6570G’s gaming features decent with a pretty good response time, at 5.9MS and fairly low input lag. Multiple reviewers agreed that this TV is fine for the casual gamer, much like with the Hisense R6.
- However, it is not recommended for competitive gaming because it doesn’t offer extra gaming perks, which is imperative for players that need top settings.
- This Hisense H6570G, which supports HDR and HDR10 with Dolby Vision, gives you an OK color gamut and is pleasing for casual TV and movie watching.
- However, the HDR content has no room for improvement without local dimming and can’t ultimately reach the 4K resolution picture quality potential.
- Product testers, like Consumerreports.com and Techradar, were unimpressed with this Hisense H65G series’ motion blur smoothing. Fast-moving objects, especially with live TV, sports, and some fast-paced video games, resulted in blurs and image duplication with an occasional flicker. According to experts, there is no special setting to minimize this motion blur.
- With a 1080P 60HZ variable refresh rate, expert reviewers were indifferent that the Hisense H6570G has a standard calibration right out of the box since this is in line with other TVs of this class.
- The Hisense H6570G does not support any variable for refresh rate technology, which would eliminate any change of picture motion blur.
- Product testers were pleased with the decent response time, resulting in the Hisense H6570G’s images being protected from a stutter when displaying lower frame rate content.
- However, at a minimum of 5.9 MS, testers did not like the occasional motion blur with fast-moving objects and image duplication here and there.
- The Hisense H6570G has poor viewing angles, which is to be expected from a VA panel, and is not recommended for wide seating arrangements such as watching sports with family and friends. Reviewers point out that at nearly 20° off center, image quality begins to decline.
- Product testers were happy with the fact that, like most TVs today, there is no risk of permanent burn-in.
- The Hisense H6570G comes with a plastic stand centered in the middle bottom and keeps the TV well in place.
- However, expert reviewers pointed out that there is some wobble here and there, which was irritating to them.
- Product testers like the thin plastic back panel that feels like metal, along with the plastic at the bottom, which has a more solid feel to it. One product review pointed out that they enjoyed the fact that the TV is easy to mount on the wall.
- The Hisense H6570G has a very slim 0.35-inch border on three sides, with the bottom border slightly thicker. Reviewers agree that the thin borders are not distracting and have a nice look to them..
- TV reviewers all liked the slim thickness of this Hisense H6570G. At only 3.35 inches, the TV will stay up against the wall when wall-mounted, with very little space in between.
- The Hisense H6570G has a standard digital tuner for off-Air ATSC and cable QAM., which reviewers claim functions properly.
According to expert critics, there are 3 HDMI2 inputs, and USB2 video inputs for any compatible platform, and a standard power consumption input cable.
- The Hisense H6570G 2020 model comes with the same remote found on the other TVs, but experts were thrilled that this one has an internal microphone to access built-in voice assistant features, such as Alexa and Google Assistant, via wi fi.
- Reviewers were thrilled about the Android Smart TV interface, which gives you access to the Google play store, featuring a large range of apps for movies and TV shows. A few reviews verified that in addition to the large list of streaming services, the apps played flawlessly, with no freezing or crashing.
- The Hisense H6570G uses the Android Smart TV OS, giving you instant access to popular, easy-to-search, streaming services including Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, YouTube TV, and many more. Many reviewers pointed out that the streaming services can be accessed via voice command straight from the remote control, something not available a couple years ago.
- Critics loved the familiar Android Smart TV menu layout that can be easily accessed via voice command on your remote control. Many critics were excited about how easy the menu is to navigate and understand.
- According to reviewers, the Hisense H6570G’s internal Dolby Atmos sound speakers are not that great, with the overall sound coming through a bit thin and noticeably lacking bass. With the lack of multi-dimensional sound for the price, many experts recommended adding bookshelf speakers or even a soundbar.