The new Hisense Infinity H50, H50 Lite and H50 Zoom are now in South Africa, retailing for R7 999, R4 499 and R5 499 respectively.
There are now two new mid-range smartphones available locally from a Chinese manufacturer.
DStv Now is now available on Xbox and Hisense TVs released in 2018.
On April 6th 2017, in a joint press conference held with FIFA, Hisense announced its status as an official sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, becoming the first-ever Chinese consumer electronics brand to sponsor the tournament. As an Official FIFA World Cup Sponsor, Hisense will engage in an array of global marketing and advertising […]
Give that special some one a special surprise this festive season in the form of a fantastic smartphone.
A R4 000 smartphone that boasts excellent performance? Yes please.
Hisense designed its latest smartphones to take a beating and we got decent smartphone out of it as well.
The latest handsets from China’s Hisense are well priced and equally well spec’d.
The use of new Ultra LED tech means deeper blacks and less motion blur for Hisense’s latest curved 55-incher.
If Africa is to steal manufacturing jobs from China, this is how it will be done.
Infinity H6 smartphone has a Snapdragon quad-core 1.2 GHz CPU, 1G RAM and 16G ROM.
In a word: Awesome.
It’s that time of year, so David, Deon and Charlie sit down to chat about their favourite tech of 2014.
Hisense is bringing the latest and greatest from its TV range to SA consumers.
Hisense goes supersized with its new Infinity MAXE X1 phablet.
Hisense begins exporting South African made electronics to the rest of Africa.
Your future smart fridge will nag you for milk, eggs, and a security update.
Hisense tries its luck at smaller screens.