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Hisense Infinity H30 review: Showing off all over the place

Introducing the Hisense Infinity H30 phablet -- an unlikely mid-range competitor that really impressed us in our review time.

Hisense Infinity H11 – A neat little mid-range black rectangle

We’re quite fond of Hisense’s range of smartphones here at the Stuff offices, for reasons that might seem counterintuitive. They’re neat, they’re usually easy to use — if they were a friend, they’d be that one that sticks around after parties to help clean up. You know, the one with no drama while everyone around them is losing their collective er… minds. ...[Read More]

DStv Now app available for Xbox One, some Hisense TVs

One of the biggest issues with DStv Now, Multichoice’s streaming service based on their DStv satellite television offering, is that the offering was limited to certain devices. Any time there’s a new platform added, though, DStv gets a little bit better. Guess what? It just got a little bit better. Multichoice has announced that DStv Now is finally available on the Xbox One, via its ow...[Read More]

Hisense Infinity F24 – This is just a tribute…

The folks are Stuff are a spoiled lot. We handle more handsets than an octopus with a severe case of FOMO and a truck full of fish-flavoured iPhones. As such, we get to see what the best devices in each company’s stable are capable of. Eventually, all that high-end hardware does result in a craving for something a little less… overpowered, though. Not everyone can use an iPhone X or a ...[Read More]

Hisense Infinity KO – Glass chin or knockout?

Hisense has got it in its head that it want to impress you. And with the Hisense Infinity KO, the company’s first locally-released water- and dust-proof handset, they might have succeeded. Even if we’re questioning their usage of all-over glass, however toughened, for a rugged handset. You can level that complaint at Samsung’s Galaxy S7 right now, so Hisense are in good company. ...[Read More]

Hisense’s newly-launched Infinity KO can take a few knocks

Earlier today, at a venue in Johannesburg Chinese electronics manufacturer unveiled a new handset for the South African market. That would be the rugged-ish, IP67-rated Hisense Infinity KO. Following an overview of the company’s global operations, which was actually not soul-destroying, we got to take a closer look at the Infinity KO, which had been on display at the launch venue, Sp8ce, sin...[Read More]

Hisense Infinity H7 Pureshot LTE – One shot at glory?

It’s not hard to tell when you’re holding a Hisense phone. There aren’t a lot of design options for candybar handsets but Hisense still manages to stand out as having one of the most distinctively generic phones I’ve ever seen. The average Hisense handset looks, on the surface, like a piece of stock photography but that works for them. The Hisense Infinity H7 Pureshot LTE, ...[Read More]

Hisense has three new LTE handsets landing in November

We’ve been quite taken with the Hisense smartphones that we’ve seen so far and there’s another opportunity for Hisense to impress. The company has announced that they’ve got three new LTE-toting smartphones heading to the South African market in November. The three phones, in ascending order of damage to your wallet, are the Hisense Infinity Pulse LTE, , the Infinity Puresh...[Read More]

Hisense is taking over Sharp’s TV range in the Americas

Sharp’s TV line hasn’t been doing all that well, particularly in the Americas where competition is extremely fierce. The likes of Samsung and LG, like most other places, make penetrating the TV market a tough proposition. It seems that Sharp, in that region at least, has thrown in the towel. Their brand will live on though, thanks to Chinese company Hisense which seems to be everywhere...[Read More]

Hisense-made ULED TVs arriving in SA this August

Hisense might be a Chinese company but they’re also one of the few to produce their products locally. From smartphones to TVs, Hisense has gained some impressive traction in the local market based on their pricing. Their products themselves aren’t bad either. So we’re going to be taking notice when the company says that they’ve got some new tech on the way for South Africa....[Read More]

Mobile in the Middle – HiSense Infinity H6 vs Acer Liquid Jade vs LG G3 Beat vs Nokia Lumia 630

We’d dearly love to be able to afford every single high-end smartphone that hits the market, when it hits the market. But that presents us with some problems. First: What would we do with them all? We could, perhaps, make a dress out of smartphones that are no longer in use and sell them to a pop star — we might be able to fund a few more phones that way. Second: How would we pay for t...[Read More]

HiSense Infinity H6

HiSense is getting further into the smartphone game here in South Africa and if what we’ve seen of their TVs is anything to go by, they could be making inroads into the territory more traditionally held by the bigger cellular players quite soon. Inspecting their Infinity H6 handset, a 5-inch mid-ranger with a price to match, doesn’t do much to dispel that impression. Make no mistake, t...[Read More]

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