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Philips 7 and 8 series TVs
Philips' 7 series TVs are out - 8 series coming

17 Aug 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

Philips’ low and mid-end TVs arrived in stores in May. The more expensive 7 and 8 series models are now also becoming available throughout Europe. Features include Ambilight, Smart TV and slim, minimalistic bezels.

Philips’ 7 and 8 series TVs in stores

Philips’ new TVs are now in stores throughout Europe, with the arrival of the 7 and 8 series TVs. Only the new 9 series TVs are not available.

The 7 series TVs have slim bezels, the Pixel Precise HD picture engine, Ambilight Spectre 2 which illuminates two sides, and Philips’ Smart TV Premium platform with TV apps. Philips also highlights active 3D and a USB recording function that becomes active once you connect a USD hard drive on the back.

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Philips’ new 7 and 8 series TVs are in stores now


The 8 series TVs take things to the next level with a 3-sided Ambilight system and the more advanced Perfect Pixel HD picture engine. The 8 series also features the Smart TV Premium platform and an ISF calibration system.

7 series TVs prices
  • 40” Philips 40PFL7007T
  • 46” Philips 46PFL7007T

    The 8 series TVs have also started to become available in most European countries but wide distribution has not been confirmed yet.

    Learn more about Philips’ 2012 TV line-up here. FlatpanelsHD hopes to receive review samples of Philips’ new TVs later this year.



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