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Philips OLED803 received

19 Sep 2018 | Torben Rasmussen |

FlatpanelsHD has received Philips OLED803, which is the first 2018 OLED from TP Vision. It features 4K, HDR, Ambilight, twin tuner, and Android TV. What do you want to know?

Philips OLED803

OLED803 and step-up model OLED903 together represent the next step for Philips. The two models are technically identical in most areas. The main difference is that 903 has a built-in B&W soundbar whereas 803 has hidden speakers. Both feature 4K, HDR, Ambilight, twin tuner, and Android TV.
More on Philips’ 2018 TV line-up.


Philips OLED803


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Philips OLED803 is available in Europe only in 55 and 65-inch sizes.

Philips 2018 OLED – prices & dealers

RangeFeatures Price
OLED803 OLED
4K HDR
Ambilight
Android TV
(DE)



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