Hisense L5G vs L5F Laser TV Projector: what's the difference?


Hisense L5G is the new model of Hisense L5F that was released in July 2020. Both of them are 4K laser TV projectors, providing excellent picture quality and a stunning viewing experience. When Hisense L5G VS L5F, what's new on the new model laser TV? let's have a comparison side by side.
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SpecsHisense L5F (OLD MODEL)Hisense L5G (NEW MODEL)
Native Resolution3840x21603840x2160
Brightness2,700 ANSI Lumens2700 Lumens
Lamp Life25,000 hours25,000 hours
Lamp TypeLaser PhosphorLaser Phosphor
Throw Distance0.6 m - 0.7 m0.6 m - 0.7 m
Throw Ratio0.25:10.25:1
Digital KeystoneHorizontal & VerticalHorizontal & Vertical
Power348 Watts 100V - 240V348 Watts 100V - 240V

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Hisense Laser TV L5G vs L5F: What's the same?​

1. Ultra Short Throw Projector

Both the Hisense Laser TV L5G and L5F feature ultra-short throw for convenient big-screen entertainment for families. All of them require no ceiling mounts or in-wall cables, just place the L5G and L5F on a TV stand just 11 inches from the wall to get a massive 100-inch projection screen with a screen 3 times the size of a 55-inch TV.

2. Ambient light rejecting screen

Both the Hisense L5G and L5F Laser TV projectors feature perfectly paired Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) screens to take the guesswork out of UST projector setup. UST ALR screens give you a great picture in any lighting condition without turning off the lights.

3. Smart TV Streaming Service

Hisense L5G and L5F Laser TV projectors are equipped with a smart Android TV platform to bring great content to the largest screen in your home. You can install apps from the Google Play Store and open your favorite streaming services for unlimited fun.

4. 4K Native Resolution and 2700 ANSI lumens

Hisense L5G and L5F Laser TV projectors reproduce a world of incredible color and detail with 4K resolution, 2700 ANSI lumens, HDR10 support and a peak brightness of 2700 lumens. Both laser TV projectors provide an unmatched picture quality experience for home entertainment.

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Hisense Laser TV L5G vs L5F: what's the difference?​

Compared with the Hisense L5F laser TV projector, Hisense L5G 4K laser TV projector has the improvement as follows, refer to the comparison chart below.

Dynamic Contrast30,000:11,000,000:1
SpeakersDbx-tv (30W)Dolby Atmos (30W)
HDMI Ports4x HDMI 2.02x HDMI 2.1, 1x HDMI 2.0
USB Ports2x USB 2.01x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0
Lossless Dolby Atmos Pass-ThruNoYes
Filmmaker ModeNoYes
Game Mode with ALLMNoYes
WiSA ReadyNoYes
Backlit RemoteNoYes
One-Box PackagingNoYes
Screen has Split Horizontal FrameNoYes
System on Chip (SoC)OldNew(Same as L9G Series)

1. Higher Dynamic Contrast, better for gaming

In the age of HDR gaming monitors, dynamic contrast is often critical for impactful image quality in games, movies and TV content. The Dynamic Contrast Enhancement of the Hisense L5G Laser TV Projector improves image quality and provides darker darkness than the panel natively produces.

2. Upgrade to Dolby Atmos

The speakers of Hisense L5G have upgraded to Doby Atmos, which will expand surround sound to include overhead effects and will more precise placement of sound objects around the room.

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3. Upgraded Connecting Ports

Hisense L5F has 4 HDMI 2.0 and 2 USB 2.0 while Hisense L5G has two HDMI upgraded to HDMI2.1 and adds a USB 3.0, so HisenseL5G will provide more stable and faster transmission than the old one.

4. Game Mode with ALLM

Hisense Laser TV L5G supports Auto low latency mode (ALLM), which will effectively enable your TV to automatically switch to a specific game mode when it detects gameplay.

When comparing Hisense L5G and L5F Laser TV Projector, there are many main features that the new model remains to form the old one, such as the ultra short throw, 4K resolution and streaming service, which are the most customers concerned about. Also, the new Hisense L5G laser TV projector has many upgrades to provide more quality service for its users. When you are looking for an electronic device, it's always better to rush to the new model.
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