The technology giant, Philips, has recently announced the newest addition to their TV systems, the 901F TV. It is the first OLED television of the company, and initial reviews find it promising.
The television offers a 4K resolution to its viewers and the first ever OLED panel by the manufacturer, seeking to embark the market previously owned by LG’s Signature OLED 65G6P models. The 901F Television has a high dynamic range imaging (HDR) and Philip’s Ambilight setting in the system.
The company has ensured the Ambilight ambient lighting is the best novelty in the TV model that promises a more immersive TV experience to users. 901F runs on Android TV to offer essential Google services for Smart appliances.
First OLED and immersive model
Philips seeks to offer its clientele a wider and more immersive experience with the 901F model, with a built-in sound bar and its Ambilight system that displays the colors that are shown on the screen giving a colorful ambient to the viewer.
Thanks to three light strips located at the sides of the tv and on the top, user’s will see colors display on their TV monitor, which according to the manufacturer provides a better TV experience. However, this feature is only enjoyable when the screen is located correctly and in darker places since light will ruin the experience.
The TV control was built thinking on the customer’s commodities, the company ensured, and it provides a built-in QWERTY keyboard for a more fluid typing.
The screen of the 901F TV was manufactured by TP Vision, just like the vast majority of Philips TVs and it includes OLED panels. This feature means every pixel on the screen shines on its own, rather than having a light background for the whole screen, users can expect darker blacks and more solid colors along with a Perfect Pixel Ultra HD Engine, which promises better motion.
As James Vincent, from The Verge reports on its review of the tv, the Philips 901F TV looks “sharp, bright and smooth from all sorts of viewing angles,”.
Physically the monitor is a very skinny, silver and minimalistic model that also comes with a silver stand and it’s fabricated with a quad-core processor which according to PC Magazine, provides over-the-top video services and games.
The sound of the model is said to be one of the bests in the market since it has a 30W soundbar located at the end of the screen in a very futuristic looking silver grille. It also offers the ambient room option, in which the TV Ambilight system adapts to the beat and rhythm of the music being played on it.
LG and Samsung are currently leading the OLED market, but initial reviews show Philip’s newest 901F as a promising model in the market. The company hasn’t announced a release date, although it will be this year, pricing ranges are being rumored to top the $4000, but it’s still uncertain.