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Philips 2023 TV line-up

17 Mar 2023 | Flatpanels |

Philips will launch its first OLED TV with MLA for much higher brightness and its first 42-inch OLED. There are two new miniLED LCD models. Several of the TVs have the Pentonic 1000 chip inside and Philips is switching from Android TV to Google TV. Here's Philips' 2023 TV line-up.

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OLED908 will be the flagship model for 2023 with 4K resolution, Pentonic 1000, and much more. It is the only one to feature the brighter OLED panel with MLA (Micro Lens Array) technology in 55, 65 and 77 inches for up to 2100 nits brightness in Vivid mode, according to the company, as well as wider viewing angles and improved energy efficiency. There will be no 'OLED938', QD-OLED or 80+ inch OLED TVs from Philips this year. Stepping down to OLED808 gives you an OLED EX panel similar to last year's OLED807. It will not deliver the same high brightness as OLED908 but still deliver OLED's characteristic picture quality including deep blacks and pixel-level luminance and color contrast. For the first time, Philips OLED will be available in 42 inches with the 808 series.
Philips 2023 OLED
Philips OLED808
A more affordable OLED708 will launch this year as the successor to OLED707. It will come in 48 to 65 inches with most of the new features. Philips' 2023 OLED TVs feature MediaTek's upgraded Pentonic 1000 chip that offer benefits such as speed improvements for better homescreen and app performance. However, only two of the TV's four HDMI 2.1 ports have 4K120 bandwidth, with eARC remaining on one of these two ports. Philips' 7th generation 'P5 AI' video processor now supports Dolby Vision at 4K 120Hz and version two of 'Ambient Intelligence' that adjusts brightness, gamma and colors to match your ambient lighting conditions using an improved light sensor in the TV, if you want to use it. Also read: First look: Philips OLED908 (MLA), 42" OLED808, new remote, wireless surround & Ambilight All models from premium to mid-range feature 3-sided Ambilight meaning that there are no TVs with the 4-sided variant this year. The OLED models have the "next gen" Ambilight that was introduced in late 2022. The system uses more accurate light emitting diodes to improve the mood lighting effect. Ambilight also has a number of customization options such as a static bias lighting function and additional features such as Spotify music integration. There are two new Philips models with Bowers & Wilkins speakers; the OLED908 with a 3.1-channel 80W system and the PML9308 with a 2.1-channel 64W system.

Philips The Xtra

2023 Philips TVs will exclusively have 3-sided Ambilight. Here is 'The Xtra', PML9308

Philips is switching from Android TV to Google TV in all OLED models as well as some mid-range LCD models. They will run Android 12 at launch. Compared to Android TV of the past, Google TV has a refreshed homescreen with curated results from supported streaming services, but also more ads. The two miniLED LCD TVs (known as 'The Xtra') will use Philips' new in-house, linux-based platform which is an upgraded version of Saphi – the new name will be announced later.

Philips OLED908 remote

New metal remote for Philips OLED908. Photo: FlatpanelsHD

OLED908 comes bundled with a redesigned and rechargeable USB-C remote control with backlit buttons and a motion sensor that illuminates the buttons upon lifting. Philips will continue to offer a line-up of 'The One' TVs that come with the most essential features in a TV, according to the company. These are more traditional LCD TVs with 4K resolution.

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Philips 'The One', PUS8808

The TVs again feature 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, PS5 and PCs. 2023 Philips have the expanded DTS Play-Fi platform for wireless audio. The idea is that you can purchase additional speakers, for example rear speakers, and connect them wirelessly to the TV. DTS Play-Fi now supports up to 7.1.4 channels including Dolby Atmos audio. You can learn more about it and read our first impressions here. Last year's 'Game bar' is also found in the 2023 models to give users quick access to gaming-related settings and information about the current refresh rate and resolution from the game console.
Philips 2023 OLED
Philips OLED908 with MLA OLED
Other features include AV1 video decoding, Calman Ready for easier picture calibration, DVB tuners, and voice control with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Philips has not announced plans to support Apple's AirPlay 2 and HomeKit in its TVs. There is no support for HDMI QMS or VVC decoding either. Some Philips 2023 models will start shipping in the second quarter but the OLED TVs are not expected until the second half of the year. Philips will most likely also launch a few entry-level models that will be added to the list below once we receive more details. You can tell 2023 Philips TVs apart from previous years’ models by the model number ending on '8'; a 8000 series from 2023 will be called PUS8x08 (LCD) or OLED8x8: As a reminder: xxx8 = 2023, xxx7 = 2022, xxx6 = 2021, xxx5 = 2020, xxx4 = 2019, xxx3 = 2018, xxx2 = 2017, xxx1 = 2016, xxx0 = 2015, xxx9 = 2014, xxx8 = 2013. The line-up overview will be updated continuously to reflect any changes or new models announced by Philips. Once the TVs become available, the model name and size will become an active and clickable link to price comparison or retailers.

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