philips 4k tv

4K TVs with the HDR have two standards for the companies building it: the Dolby Vision and HDR10+, and Philips has decided to go with the Dolby Vision. This year, at the CES 2018, the company has announced to expand support for the standard by launching a new line of displays that will offer deeper and richer colors.

The company’s new 69-and-59-series TVs come in a variety of sizes running from 43-inches through to 75-inches, and offer Philips’ NetTV smart TV platform. Other specs include macro dimming, wide color gamut, dual-band 802.11ac WiFi and HDMI 2.0a with HDCP 2.2.

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In addition to 4K HDR TVs, Philips is introducing a new UHD Blu-ray player – BDP7303 – that offers both generic HDR and Dolby Vision, plus upscaling for sources like Netflix, YouTube and Vudu. The price for the player is yet to be announced and it’ll be available to purchase at some point this summer.

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