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(Pocket-lint) – Philips TVs have returned with a brand new, diversified vary.

The brand new vary contains sizes going from 24-inches to 75-inches and embody sFull HD TVs in addition to Extremely HD 4K units. The 4K TVs run the newest model of Android TV OS, and a few of them assist excessive dynamic vary content material as well. However none will probably be labeled with the UHD Alliance’s new UHD Premium customary, which requires a peak brightness of 1000 nits, as they max 700 nits.

They do adjust to UHD Alliance’s HDR 10 open customary and can be capable to course of Amazon Video’s HDR in addition to upcoming Extremely HD Blu-rays. Talking of HDR, Philips’ HDR lineup is comprised of HDR Plus and HDR Premium. HDR-compatible TVs with HDR Plus supply a peak brightness of 400 nits, whereas HDR Premium presents a full 700 nits. There’s additionally HDR upscaling.

HDR upscaling boosts color, brightness, and distinction – permitting the content material to be seen in HDR. Past that, Philips introduced again Ambilux with the 8901 sequence. It entails LEDs on the sides of the TV. They show the display’s colors in your wall, making the TV’s picture seem bigger or like a bleeding picture. The brand new Ambilight Projection makes use of 9 rear projectors.

So, with out additional adieu, here is Philips’ 2016 TV vary and its availability:

Philips 2016: Full HD TVs

4000 sequence

  • Full HD
  • HD prepared and Full HD
  • 22 inch, 24 inch
  • 50Hz body fee
  • Direct-lit LED

5211 sequence

  • Full HD
  • 24 inch
  • 50Hz body fee
  • Direct-lit LED
  • Built-in Bluetooth speaker base

5501 sequence

  • Full HD
  • 32 inch, 40 inch, 43 inch, 49 inch
  • 50Hz body fee
  • Direct-lit LED
  • Android TV

6400 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 32 inch
  • 100Hz body fee
  • Direct-lit LED
  • Ambilight 2
  • Android TV

Philips 2016: 4K TVs

6101 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 43 inch, 49 inch, 55 inch
  • 100Hz body fee
  • Direct-lit LED
  • HDR Plus
  • Android TV

6401 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 43 inch, 49 inch, 55 inch
  • 100Hz body fee
  • Direct-lit LED
  • Ambilight 2
  • HDR Plus
  • Android TV

6501 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 43 inch, 49 inch, 55 inch, 65 inch
  • 200Hz body fee
  • Direct-lit LED
  • Ambilight 2
  • HDR Plus
  • Android TV

6561 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 65 inch
  • 200Hz body fee
  • Direct-lit LED
  • Ambilight 3
  • HDR Plus
  • Android TV

7101 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 49 inch, 55 inch, 65 inch, 75 inch
  • 200Hz body fee
  • Edge-lit LED
  • Ambilight 3
  • HDR Plus
  • Android TV

7181 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 49 inch, 55 inch
  • 200Hz body fee
  • Edge-lit LED
  • Ambilight 3
  • HDR Plus
  • Built-in soundbar
  • Android TV

7601 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 65 inch
  • 200Hz body fee
  • Direct-lit LED
  • Ambilight 3
  • HDR Premium
  • Android TV

8601 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 55 inch, 65inch
  • 200Hz body fee
  • Edge-lit LED
  • Ambilight 4
  • HDR Premium
  • Removable audio system
  • Android TV

8901 sequence

  • Extremely HD
  • 65 inch
  • 200Hz body fee
  • Edge-lit LED
  • Ambilight Projection (Ambilux)
  • HDR Plus

Philips 2016: Pricing and availability

  • Philips’ TVs will come to market in Europe and Russia within the Q2 2016.
  • The 5501 Full HD sequence will probably be accessible in Might, whereas he 6400 sequence will probably be out a month sooner.
  • The 6401, 6501, 6561, 7101, and 7181 4K TV sequence will probably be out in April, and the 7601 4K sequence will probably be out in July. The 8601 and 8901 4K TV sequence will probably be accessible in February and March, respectively.
  • There is no phrase but on pricing.

Writing by Elyse Betters. Modifying by Rik Henderson.



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