TP Vision launches a new range of Philips OLED TVs

Philips TV is aiming high in the first half of 2020, with the launch of new OLED 805/855 models featuring AI functionality and the 4th Gen P5 processor.

This uses neural networks and machine learning to analyse millions of PQ test clips from a unique database created in-house by the Philips TV development team over the past 30 years.

The AI software is designed to analyse all elements of the screen content, frame by frame, and reproduces a much more realistic, natural image that no longer feels like TV but creates images that closely mirror real life.

TP Vision’s PQ experts define the system’s overall parameters, which the AI software then uses to divide content into five categories: Landscape/nature, skin tone, sports/motion, black/contrast and animation.

Philips TV is one of very few brands to support all of the major HDR standards, allowing consumers to access the widest range of HDR content – via disc, set-top box and multiple streaming services.

The 4th Gen P5 AI processor continues to offer better overall HDR performance including for both HDR10 & HDR10+ sources and improves Dolby Vision encoded dynamic HDR content using the special “Dolby Bright mode”.

The sound quality of the previous models has been further improved, too. The 50-Watt system now features a new woofer design with the inclusion of four passive radiators for extra, deeper bass while the two front speakers integrate new mid-range drivers and upgraded tweeters for a cleaner, more detailed performance.

The OLED805 and 855 both feature Dolby Atmos decoding, the Dolby Atmos Virtualizer function and Dolby bass and dialogue enhancement.

The new sets are equally Smart, featuring Android TV version 9 (Pie) with ease of use guaranteed by both the Google Assistant built-in and Works with Alexa capabilities. The OLED805 and OLED855 share the best in European Design with an ultra slim chassis, edgeless bezels and high-quality metal finish. And the stands for both TV sets are designed to give the impression that they are floating above the table-top.