Philips unveils its new OLED + range: HDMI 2.1, VRR, Bowers & Wilkins audio, from € 2,300

Philips presented its new line of OLED televisions. Gathered under the “OLED +” banner, there are four of them. Three for the OLED + 936 series. And a fourth called OLED + 986. A top-of-the-range model, sold for nearly 5,000 euros and incorporating all recent technologies and an audio system developed with Bowers & Wilkins. Presentations.

Philips OLED + 986

Philips is no longer the brand it used to be, to be sure, but it continues to develop products that many experts say good about. At the end of the year, the brand, operated by TP Vision, presents four new OLED televisions which all seem very complete. All are part of the range OLED +. And all of them offer beautiful finery.

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All four models share some interesting commonalities. First, you find a new image processor. It is called the P5 Intelligent Dual Picture Engine. Able to detect the type of content, it will bring to life a new generation of OLED panels that Philips promises to be 20% brighter. TVs are all compatible Fast Motion Clarity which considerably reduces the delay in the display, which is very useful for gaming, for example. Latency would also have been improved.

Philips Introduces Four 4K @ 120Hz, VRR, HDMI 2.1 Compatible OLED TVs

They are compatible HDR10 + Adaptive : understand that they juggle between HDR10, HDR10 +, HLG and Dolby Vision as needed. They all display 120 fps in 4K. We are obviously thinking of the PS5 and the Xbox Series X. They are compatible HDMI 2.1. They support the variable refresh rate (VRR) and technology eARC (for easy control of devices via HDMI). They are compatible Freesync and G-sync. And they turn under Android TV.

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Philips OLED + 936

All the models presented are obviously compatible Ambilight on four sides. The opposite would almost have been disappointing on Philips’ part. And all models benefit from a partnership with Bowers & Wilkins which marks here the audio system (with this so distinctive design of the small speaker placed on top of the sound bar.

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2021 OLED + prices range from 2,300 euros to 5,000 euros

Three models enter the series OLED + 936 which succeeds the OLED + 935 series from the second half of 2020. It comes in three sizes : 48 inches, 55 inches and 65 inches. Prices range from 2300 euros to 3499 euros. Prices may be a little high compared to the market (especially for small sizes), but which are partly justified by the integration of the remote audio system comparable to an external sound bar.

The fourth model, theOLED + 986, is much more ambitious and benefits from a more generous sound system. With him, Philips even pays for the luxury, this time, to go and tease Sony’s XR range, of which we tested in June the latest model, the Bravia XR A90J. Available in one size, 65 inches, OLED + 986 close to 5000 euros. The products are scheduled for release in the coming weeks: early October for OLED + 986 and in September for OLED + 936.

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