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Philips 7600 (UHD & Android TV) received

23 Nov 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

We have received the first TV from Philips' 2015 line-up for testing. 7600 comes with Ultra HD, Android TV and Ambilight. It is available only in Europe. If there is anything you want us to examine during the review post a comment.

Philips 7600 received

Philips’ 2015 TV line-up was delayed by several months but it is finally here. 7600 is one of the upper mid-range TVs with Google’s "Android TV" operating system that offers apps, games, and Google Cast (Chromecast). It has Ultra HD resolution and Philips’ signature Ambilight feature (3 sided).
More on Philips’ 2015 TV line-up here.

Philips 7600

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Philips 7600 is available in 48, 55 and 65 inch sizes in Europe. It is not available in the US.

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