I just updated my list of all Fire TV Smart TV deals for Black Friday and among the changes since yesterday is the 50-inch Hisense QLED Fire TV going on sale for $299.99. This is noteworthy because this is the new lowest regular sale price that this TV has ever reached. This TV was one of the doorbuster deals during Prime Day that sold out in under a minute, but besides that unusual event, this TV has never been this low before today. This is one of the newest Fire TV Smart TVs on the market and it’s among the best ones thanks to a laundry list of features like a Quantum Dot panel, 600 nits of peak brightness, full array local dimming with 32 zones, a variable refresh rate, 4K resolution, and support for both Dolby Vision and HDR10+. Under the hood is the standard MediaTek MT9020 (MTK T31) quad-core 1.5 GHz CPU and Mali-G52 MP1 504 MHz GPU found in nearly every Fire TV Smart TV, along with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. Connectivity includes four HDMI ports (at least one is HDMI 2.1), of which one is ARC capable, composite in, optical audio out, a 3.5mm headphone jack, Ethernet, 802.11ac WiFi 5, Bluetooth, Apple AirPlay, Miracast, and a USB port for media and peripherals. While this TV falls in the middle of the pack as far as screen size, it makes up for it with what is one of the best-looking Fire TV Smart TV screens on the market. There is also a 58-inch version on sale for $469.99, but that’s only an average good price at 22% off compared to the 43% you save with the 50-inch deal.
I was able to snag this during Prime Day and am very happy with it!
I bought this during Prime Day and ended up returning it due to the horrific viewing angles. While not a Fire TV, the TLC 55″ 55S546 that will be delivered on Monday, which was $199 a few days ago, seems a killer deal in comparison. Even with the slow Google OS, I plan on using my 2nd gen Cube with it.
I must admit, 97% of the “Black Friday Deals” on actual Black Friday, aren’t all that great, to me anyway. We’ll have to wait and see if Cyber Monday brings any better, more notable “deals” than what today’s “deals” have been.