Philips announces high-end series of TVs powered by Android

Philips is hoping to continue its success with Android on their TVs. Rather than try to develop their own proprietary software like LG and Samsung do with their smart TVs, Philips has decided to go the route with more customers by allowing Android to control the smart features like gaming and voice-control. All of the 2015 Philips TV range in 2015 will run Android L. Having Android L on your TV means better integration for your Android devices, more app availability, and more updates to keep your TVs current.

Here area few TVs from their 2015 lineup.

Philips 9600:

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  • 4K UHD 65″ display
  • Ambilight Projection where it projects onto the back of your wall enhancing your viewing experience by creating a halo of light.
  • Android L with the Google Play store
  • Integrated slim soundbar
  • New levels of brightness with capability of 4000-10000 Nit
  • Contrast levels of 10,000,000:1
  • Pixel UHD Engine to improve 4K quality further
  • Upscaling to 4K from any source
  • Hex core processing
  • Remote with built-in QWERTY/AZERTY keyboard

Philips Ambilux:

  • 4K with Ambilight technology 65″
  • Like the 9600 the Ambilight TV has a row of LEDs on the back of the TV which project matching colors from the screen onto the wall to make a more enjoyable experience.
  • Android L with Google Play Store
  • Quad core processor
  • Advanced remote control with QWERTY keyboard

 

Philips 8601

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  • 4K UHD with curved display, 65″
  • Upscaling technology built-in to improve the quality of what’s on TV from any source
  • Integrated curved soundbar to match TV Android L with Google Play Store
  • Android L with Google Play Store
  • 4 sided Ambilight technology
  • Hex core processing
  • QWERTY/AZERTY keyboard remote

If you want to read about the full lineup follow this link here. Let’s hope many other TV manufacturers follow suit so we can all have Android on TVs which is high up there on the list of electronic devices most of us use on a regular basis.

 

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