Philips reveals 2023 OLED TVs with up to 2,100 nits brightness
TP Vision has revealed its 2023 OLED TV range. All of the new models are powered by the company’s more powerful seventh-generation P5 AI processor with V2 Ambient Intelligence for real-time lighting colour and brightness adjustment. The latest technology also uses a new XYZ light sensor to measure color temperature for a closer match to the light in the room.
The flagship new model, the Philips OLED+908, will launch this autumn in 55-in, 65-in and 77-in variants. The device features the latest META OLED panel, delivering up to 2,100 nits brightness, a 70% increase compared to older models. The gadget also has a built-in 80 W integrated 3.1 channel Bowers & Wilkins sound system with six front-mounted drivers. The Philips OLED808 uses OLED_EX panels and is available in five sizes, including a new 42-in model. These TVs have a peak brightness of 1,000 bits and a 70 W 2.1 channel audio system.
The OLED808 is due to arrive before the OLED+908, debuting this summer. Upgrades across the new models include Google TV OS replacing Android TV, which TP Vision suggests provides a more intuitive user interface. You can also use Dolby Vision 4K 120 Hz to optimize your gaming experience. Other gaming features include compatibility with HDMI 2.1 eARC, FreeSync Premium and G-SYNC, and ALLM. The pricing of the 2023 Philips OLED TVs and their exact launch dates are yet to be provided.