Hisense confirmed a few days back that some of its upcoming TVs are going to feature Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant. The company revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 today that its flagship models will also feature Google Assistant alongside Alexa. Since both models are powered by Android TV, Google Assistant will get a dedicated button on the remote, something that Alexa won’t get.

The Hisense H10E is the flagship model this year that’s only available in a 75 inch size. It’s an improved version of last year’s H10D TV. The design has been updated slightly and the 4K TV is now brighter at 2200 nits compared to last year’s 1000 nits.

It ditches Hisense’s own OS platform for Android TV and also offers both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. It even has support for Dolby Vision HDR. The company is yet to confirm when this TV will be released and how much it’s going to cost.

Hisense has also added Android TV and Dolby Vision to the second flagship model, the H9E Plus. It will be available in 65 inch and 55 inches sizes. Hisense is yet to confirm when this model is going to be released and what the price is going to be.

The new TVs from Hisense will likely be released in the United States in the coming months.

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