Philips Unveils Its First Android Power 4k TVs

This is really nice to know, “Android soon on a Ultra HD 4K display” i can’t wait to see this great innovation by phillip, a 8000 series of smart TVs has recently been announced by Phillip. One great thing about the Full-HD (1080p) 8100 and 8200 Philips TVs and the Ultra HD (4k) 8800 series is it was made to be Android-powered, meaning? It allows you explore your world by letting you accessing both the TV and the gaming experience.

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Guess what, you’ll be allowed to access Google Play Store so as to download Android apps of your choice. A 800 Hz motion rate plus Super Resolution powered by a quad- core processor and the 8800, with 1000 Hz Perfect Motion Rate Ultra plus Ultra Resolution all packed in the 8100 and 8200 series, these devises are also rocking a hex-core processor, isn’t that great news to hear, so you can see there are lots of features you’ll love to acccss. According to the rumore all over, the 8100 and 8200 series are 48- and 55-inch, while the 8800 series will be 55-inch only. These device will allow users point, use cursor navigation, type, talk, or make gestures to control the set.

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these series will for sure change the concept of TVs.
Although when these devices will be lunched it’ll only be availabe at Europe and Russia :-(. The price hasn’t yet been revieled, these device will be released between now to June. Stay tuned we’ll keep u updated.

1 COMMENT

  1. Hello Larry,
    Wow!!! This would be a great innovation, if it has a control pad to play games, it would be totally awesome.
    But seriously, i don’t see why you’ll integrate an android and a tv. i wonder what use it will bring at the long run

  2. Wow! Mr. Nature,
    I’m glad you droped a comment on my blog, truely it really would have been nice adding a play pad to these new innovation, let’s see how they’ll go. Thanks for stopping by.

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