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As detailed on HDGuru.com, HiSense and its Sharp division will soon begin to roll out five new series of 4K TVs that will support High Dynamic range (HDR). I don't know whether any will include DisplayPort, USB 3.1 Type C, or PC/gaming mode.

Most of the new models will measure 50 inches or larger. But three will be 43-inch:

Coming February 2016:

HiSense 43H7C (U.S. $399.99): HDR processing; built-in apps; Ultra Smooth Motion; UHD Upscaler; dbx-tv sound; app store/web browser; 4K media player & receiver; Octa-core processor; 2×2 dual-band Wi-Fi/802.11ac.

Coming March 2016:

Sharp LC-43N6000U ($449.99): Same as the HiSense 43H7C but replaces Ultra Smooth Motion with Sharp AquoMotion.

Sharp LC-43N7000U (U.S. $499.99): Same as the LC-43N6000U but adds edge-lit LED panels and uses a better upscaler (Revelation). There may be other differences as well, and I'm sure we'll learn more soon.
Edited by MarylandUSA - 1/28/16 at 11:29am