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Philips POS9002 OLED received

22 Aug 2017 | Flatpanels |

FlatpanelsHD has received Philips POS9002, which is the company’s 2017 OLED and the successor to last year’s POS901. What do you want to know?

Update: The review is now online.

Philips 2017 OLED

POS9002 is a 2017 OLED TV with 4K resolution, HDR, Ambilight, and Android TV. It is the successor to last year’s POS901, which was TP Vision’s – the company responsible for Philips TV in Europe – first OLED. The 2017 model no longer has a soundbar but on the other hand you get an updated panel for a significantly lower price.
More on Philips’s 2017 TV line-up here

Philips POS9002 OLED


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Philips POS9002 is available in Europe in 55-inches only.

Pricing:
  • DE: 55”Philips 55POS9002



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