Philips Ultra HD TV
Philips to unveil 9000 series Ultra HD TVs at IFA

05 Mar 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

TP Vision – the company that produces Philips TVs – is planning to unveil its first Ultra HD TVs at the coming IFA 2013 show in Berlin this September. The TV will become Philips’ new 9000 series, according to Pocket-lint.

Philips to unveil Ultra HD TVs

Everyone seems to be having an Ultra HD TV these days. Most of them are very expensive but with more competition comes lower prices. That is why it is interesting to see Philips join the race.

Philips new 800 series
This is not Philips’ new 9000 series but the new 8000 series

The site Pocket-lint claims that they have seen the first prototype of the TV. It will be part of Philips’ 9000 series that has always represented its top-of-the-line models. The TV is, reportedly, capable of handling 4K content at 60 fps (frames per second) but besides that details are scarce. Currently, LG is only of the few manufacturers of Ultra HD TV panels for the mass market and with its current 55, 65 and 84” version, it is likely to see Philips’ Ultra HD TV in the same size classes (except the 84”).

Philips’ new Ultra HD 9000 series is expected to be unveiled at the IFA 2013 show in Berlin this September, and hit the market in 2014.

Philips recently unveiled its 2013 TV line-up.

- Source: Pocket-lint

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