Philips has a new flagship OLED model. And it comes with an interesting array of news. New image processor, technology for avoid panel retention and more sophisticated sound than previous TVs from this brand, among other improvements. And it maintains compatibility with all popular HDR formats and its commitment to Android TV.
This TV will initially be available in 55 and 65 inches, two sizes very common in the portfolio of this brand, and a few weeks later it will hit stores. a 48-inch panel version. LG was the first brand to bring OLED TVs of this size to the market, but it was foreseeable that other brands would follow in their footsteps. Philips has just moved into this outpost.
Philips OLED + 935: technical specifications
The OLED panel that incorporates this TV was manufactured by LG, like that of all organic panel models of this brand, and, although we could not confirm it, it will probably be one of the last generation matrices. produced by LG Screen. One of the main novelties of this television is its image processor, a 4th generation P5 chip which works in tandem with an artificial intelligence processor which Philips says has a profound impact on its overall image quality.
Its image processor, a 4th generation P5 chip, works in tandem with an artificial intelligence processor which Philips says has a profound impact on its overall image quality.
According to this brand the artificial intelligence algorithm They have developed uses of neural networks and machine learning to analyze a huge database of images to refine color, contrast, sharpness, and movement in real time and with the highest possible precision. We will check it as soon as we have the opportunity to analyze it in depth in our own facilities.
The other features of this TV that are also worth highlighting are its ability to handle all HDR formats the most used today (Dolby Vision, HDR10 +, HDR10 and HLG); the implementation of filmmaker mode, which seeks to reproduce the images of the cinematic content as they were conceived by the director of the film we are watching; and the incorporation of two new picture modes: Pure Cinema and Movie Motion. Plus, as expected, one of its hallmarks has not been missed: it implements four-sided Ambilight technology.
|PHILIPS OLED + 935||characteristics|
|SIGN||OLED 4K UHD 48, 55 and 65 pouces, format 10 bits, 16: 9|
|RESOLUTION||3 840 x 2 160 points|
|IMAGE PROCESSOR||4th Generation P5 with AI Intelligent Dual Image Engine|
|HDR||Dolby Vision, HDR10 +, HDR10 and HLG|
|OPERATING SYSTEM||Android 9 (pie)|
|SOUND||3.1.2 speakers equalized by Bowers & Wilkins
Dolby Atmos processing
|NEW IMAGE MODES||Pure cinema and cinematographic movement|
|ADDITIONAL FEATURES||DTS Play-Fi with multi-room audio capability|
Its signed in black and white and new technology to avoid exhaustion of the panel
Philips and the British company specialized in loudspeakers for hi-fi applications Bowers & Wilkins have worked together for several years. The latter company is responsible for the design and sound equalization of Philips TVs, some of which rely on a thin soundbar that also serves as a base. This is the case with the new OLED + 935. It incorporates a total of ten loudspeakers with topology 3.1.2, among which three tweeters 19mm titanium domes which are decoupled from the other speakers so that their performance is not affected by parasitic vibrations.
This TV includes a total of ten speakers with 3.1.2 topology, including three 19mm titanium dome tweeters that are decoupled from the other speakers
Mid-range reproduction is provided by four 50mm diaphragm drivers, and low-end is provided by a subwoofer 100 x 65 mm which implements Flowport technology developed by B&W. The other two speakers have a 50mm diaphragm and are installed at the top of the board to give users height perception which requires the virtualization of Dolby Atmos soundtracks.
One of the most interesting innovations on paper about this TV is the technology that helps prevent static images from being retained on the panel. Philips uses the AI chip which works closely with the image processor to examine a grid of 32,400 zones that covers the entire panel in order to identify static content, such as logos, as accurately as possible. Once the TV is located, it adjusts the brightness delivery of the pixels involved to avoid burning, but without compromising the brightness delivery of other areas of the screen.
On paper, this dynamic zonal brightness delivery adjustment technology looks good, so we’re confident to be able to test it thoroughly when this television falls into our hands to see not only its effectiveness, but also its possible impact on our experience. Philips has not yet confirmed to us if this TV has full HDMI 2.1 connectivity or if it implements VRR and ALLM technologies, which make the difference with gaming, but we will update this article with this information as soon as we know. .
Philips OLED + 935: price and availability
The 55 and 65 inch versions of this TV will hit stores during the month of September we’ve just started, but the 48-inch version will land a bit later, during the month of October. When we get the price of these three versions, we’ll update the content in this article to include it.
More information | Philips
Source : Xataka.com