Details, specifications and a picture showing Philipsâ€™ first Ultra HD TV have leaked, according to Digitalversus. The Ultra HD TV is Philipsâ€™ new 9000 series that will arrive in 65 and 84 inch sizes.
A leaked picture claims to show Philipsâ€™ new 4K 9000 series TV
Philipsâ€™ new 9000 series will reportedly launch in 65 and 84 inch variants with 3840x2160 pixel resolution: also referred to as Ultra HD or 4K. A blurry picture of the new Philips 4K TV has been shared. It shows a thin, black frame with a small bar and a Philips logo at the bottom. The bar is characteristic for Philips and the picture looks legit.
Besides the 4K panel, the new TVs will feature passive 3D technology and Philipâ€™s new picture engine Ultra Pixel HD Engine that includes a scaling system that can upscale low-resolution and Full HD content. Philips also boasts its Ultra 900 Hz system on a specifications sheet that has leaked. The passive 3D specification suggests that Philips will be using LGâ€™s new Ultra HD panels that will go into production soon.
A leaked specifications sheet for the new Philipsâ€™ 9000 series
Philipsâ€™ new 9000 series will obviously also offer all of Philipsâ€™ Smart TV features, including TV apps and streaming services. Additionally, Philips seems to suggest that the Smart TV platform will support 4K streaming.
Philipsâ€™ new 9000 series will debut at IFA 2013 in Berlin this September. The leaks have confirmed a 65â€ť 65PFL9708 and an 84â€ť 84PFL9708 but we cannot rule out a 55â€ť version.