The first images and basic specifications of the Philips OLED 935 TVs have been leaked on the net thanks to Toengels Philips Blog (link in SOURCE). This new series, not yet officially presented (it will probably be in September during an online event), had already appeared among the rumors on the products arriving in the second half of 2020.
The 935 OLEDs will be available in three 48 ", 55" and 65 "models. Everyone is talking about a 10-bit Ultra HD OLED panel with a refresh rate of 100/120 Hz. The electronics that manage all the signals is the fourth generation P5 with artificial intelligence that we find on the other OLEDs of the 2020 range presented at the beginning of the year.
The processor operates on 5 areas: source, color, contrast, movement and sharpness. The improvement of moving images is entrusted to Perfect Natural Motion while Perfect Natural Reality (PNR) converts SDR content (the standard dynamic range) to HDR. The increase in the level of detail is entrusted to the Ultra Resolution while, as regards the enlarged color spaces, there is talk of a coverage equal to 99% of the DCI-P3.
HDR compatibility includes all HDR10, HDR10 +, HLG and Dolby Vision formats. The 935 OLEDs also offer Ambilight, the proprietary technology that creates light effects around the screen thanks to LEDs placed along the sides. The equipped version is the most complete ever and operates on all 4 sides (right, left, top and bottom).
The audio section is made by Bowers & Wilkins and consists of a soundbar integrated inside the table base. At the moment the technical characteristics are not known. The presence of the tweeter-on-top stands out from the images. We do know that televisions support tracks in DTS-HD and Dolby Atmos. There is also the DTS Play-Fi technology already recently adopted on other products of the brand: multi-room systems can therefore be created with all compatible devices.
The Smart TV is always based on Android TV 9.0 Pie with Google Assistant and Chromecast, offers full access to the Play Store and all available applications. OLEDs can also be combined with Echo speakers to interact through the Alexa voice assistant. The SoC used is not known with certainty: it could be the MediaTek MT5597 that we find on the 2020 lower-end models. There are 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory.
The 4 HDMI inputs are compatible with HDCP 2.3 and support Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), the only function of HDMI 2.1 present. The remote control is the new version equipped with microphone and keys to directly access some services (such as Netflix). Pricing and availability will be announced in September.