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Philips 2022 TV line-up

14 Mar 2022 | Flatpanels |

Philips will launch its first TV with 'OLED EX' and bring miniLED LCD technology down into a 55-inch model. The Android TVs will launch on Android 11 and feature a new 'Game bar'. Ambilight has been further improved. Here's a full overview of Philips' 2022 TV line-up.

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Philips 2022 TVs

Philips has confirmed its new TV models for the first half of 2022, with additional LCD and OLED models expected in the second half of the year. The highlight for the first half of the year is OLED807, which replaces last year's OLED806 as a feature-rich and advanced OLED TV.
Philips 2022 TV
OLED807 is Philips' first with 'OLED EX', which is an improved OLED panel from LG Display with 30% higher brightness compared to conventional OLED panels, according to the company. It also has a more narrow frame around the OLED panel. OLED807 will be available in 48, 55, 65, and 77 inches, but be aware that the 48-inch will not have the OLED EX panel. Philips is also launching a mid-range OLED707 in the 7-series. It will replace last year's OLED706 and be available in 48, 55 and 65 inches without the new OLED EX panel and also lacking a couple of other features. OLED707 still has two HDMI 2.1 ports and features like 4K120. Philips has not commented on its plans for 42, 83 and 97-inch 4K OLED TVs. The OLED TVs feature the company's 'anti burn-in' system that analyzes the picture for logos and other static elements to further reduce the risk of burn-in.

Philips OLED EX

OLED807 will be Philips' first with 'OLED EX', as confirmed by Philips' Senior Director of Product Strategy & Planning, Danny Tack

Philips is bringing its miniLED LCD technology one step down into the 55-inch PML9507. Last year, the technology was only available only in 65 and 75 inches. Philips did not specify how many dimming zones PML9507 will have but it did confirm other features such as HDMI 2.1. Last year's models featured 1024 dimming zones. The premium TVs will be powered by an upgraded sixth generation of the P5 video processor that has enhanced ambient features to "adjusts brightness, gamma and colour in real time to suit changing ambient lighting conditions" and a new version of 'AI Auto Film Mode' that "extends the number of alternative smart picture modes from the original two to seven when a movie is detected – including Filmmaker Mode". In addition, Philips has announced new mid-range LCD TV models (PUS8807, PUS8507, PUS8007, and PUS7607) as well as entry-level HD models in the 5-series – the 5-series models are not included in this overview. The TVs will still use Google's Android TV as Philips is still hesitant to transition fully to Google TV. They come with Android 11 pre-installed and have the new more Google TV-user interface but it is not the full step yet. Philips informs FlatpanelsHD that it most probably move to Google TV in 2023. With Android Tv you get access to apps and games form the Google Play store as well as built-in Chromecast and Google Assistant. A couple of years ago, Philips introduced an altenative Smart TV platform named Saphi but this year Saphi is only available in one announced model. Android TV seems to be taking over. A Philips TV is not complete without Ambilight and buyers get Ambilight in all premium models and many mid-range models too, either 4-sided or 3-sided Ambilight. The mood lighting system has in recent years been expanded to work with Philips Hue, gaming, Spotify music, and more.

Philips 2022 Ambilight TV

Ambilight LEDs can be controlled individually in high-end Philips 2022 TVs including the OLED807

In 2022, some models can control the individual Ambilight LEDs for more detailed and accurate light effects on the wall. In the first half of 2022, this includes OLED807. The TVs come with multi-HDR support (HDR10, HDR10+, HLG and Dolby Vision) and are IMAX Enhanced certified. In addition, the premium models support three flavors of VRR (HDMI VRR, AMD FreeSync Premium and Nvidia G-Sync Compatible) for smoother gameplay with consoles like Xbox Series X or PCs. There is a new 'Game bar' that gives users quick access to gaming-related settings and information about the current frame rate input and resolution from the game console.

Philips 2022 OLED TV

The new Game bar in Philips 2022 TVs

The TVs announced so far for 2022 have integrated speakers and we expect more models with B&W speakers in the second half of the year. The premium models have a small woofer built in for deeper sound but it also possible to wirelessly connect DTS Play-Fi compatible speakers – including rear speakers – to the TVs while still using the TV's speakers as a center channel. Soundbar and receivers can of course also be connected over HDMI ARC or eARC. The TVs support Dolby Atmos decoding for internal processing or output via HDMI ARC/eARC. Also read: Philips announces wireless TV/AV platform with soundbar, sub & rear speakers Philips has yet to launch any 8K TV – LCD or OLED – and reiterated that it will launch 8K only "when the market is ready". It is hard to disagree with the company's standpoint that 8K is still in a very early phase. There continues to be a dearth of 8K content and almost no consumer demand for 8K TVs.
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Philips PUS8807, also known as 'The One'
Other features include AV1 video decoding, Calman Ready for easier picture calibration, DVB tuners, WiFi 5 (ac standard), Bluetooth 5.0, voice control with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa as well as 'Fast Motion Clarity' (BFI, or black frame insertion). Philips has not reached a deal with Apple to bring AirPlay 2 and HomeKit to its TVs. It has not commented on its plans for VVC (H.266) video decoding either. The new Philips TVs will start shipping late in the second quarter of 2022. Prices will be added to the overview automatically as soon as we get them. Once the TV models become available, model names and sizes will become active and clickable links to price comparison or retailers. You can tell 2022 Philips TVs apart from previous years’ models by the model number ending on '7'; a 8000 series from 2022 will be called PUS8x07 (LCD) or OLED8x7: As a reminder: xxx7 = 2022, xxx6 = 2021, xxx5 = 2020, xxx4 = 2019, xxx3 = 2018, xxx2 = 2017, xxx1 = 2016, xxx0 = 2015, xxx9 = 2014, xxx8 = 2013.

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