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Philips introduces OLED+: What does it mean exactly?

Philips OLED+
One of the most important developments at the manufacturer of Philips televisions was given the name OLED+. But, what exactly does this term mean for you as a consumer?
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TP Vision has shown its latest OLED televisions today at a press conference at IFA 2018 in Berlin. One of the most important developments at the manufacturer of Philips introduces OLED+. But, what exactly does this term mean for you as a consumer?

Philips introduces OLED+: what exactly is it?

OLED+ is a new term that we will be revisiting on the latest OLED televisions from Philips. Although you would think that this is purely about better oled quality, it actually covers several parts of the TV, parts that are added by TP Vision.

The term OLED+ includes both the image quality and the audio quality. It is a combination of the P5 image processor with which the image display is optimized, Ambilight with which the viewing experience is optimized and the audio solution from Bowers & Wilkins that gives the audio experience a new dimension. OLED+ is therefore a complete experience.

Of course we have known Ambilight for years; it is a well-known feature, unique to Philips TVs. By following the colors on the screen and spreading them on the wall behind the TV, the image is enlarged emotionally and you become more immersed in the film or series. We have seen the P5 image processor back on Philips TVs since last year and have the necessary processing power to process the amount of data that Ultra HD image brings. The chip analyzes, deconstructs and controls the five variables that determine image quality: source perfection, sharpness, color, contrast and movement. This is for an optimal viewing experience tailored to your needs.

Finally, TP Vision has recently worked with Bowers & Wilkins to improve the audio experience of televisions flint. The OLED903 OLED television presented today is the first result of this collaboration and therefore comes with a soundbar developed by Bowers & Wilkins under the screen. The television also features Ambilight and comes with the P5 processor, hence the label OLED+.

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