Philips, present at IFA 2019, has presented two new OLED + TVs continuing its partnership with Bowers & Wilkins and the renewed P5 processor.
The Dutch firm has presented two new OLED + models in Berlin at the IFA 2019, the Philips OLED + 934 (55 ”and 65”) and the OLED + 984 (65 ”) that arrive with the latest panels OLED and the third-generation P5 processor to expand PQ performance, improving sharpness, color accuracy and skin tones, as well as contrast from all sources and noise reduction.
In terms of design, they maintain the trend of their predecessors and offer a European design with finishes with quality materials such as Kvadrat cloth, glass, and metal.
For these two teams, both Philips and the British firm Bowers & Wilkins have worked closely since the initial concept phase to develop sound systems that raise audio performance to a higher level.
On this occasion, unlike the 903, both televisions have multiple speaker systems in rigid external chassis, physically separated and acoustically optimized.
Likewise, both have Dolby Atmos decoding and the OLED + 934 is the first television of the brand to incorporate Dolby Atmos Elevation sound ascending blankets on the top of the speaker box.
On the other hand, both televisions are compatible with Amazon Alexa and arrive with Android TV in its 9 Pie version with the Google Assistant incorporated and with HDR10 + and HDR10 technology. In addition, the OLED + 984 integrates four-sided and three-sided Ambilight for the OLED + 934.
P5 third-generation processor
On the other hand, Philips TVs arrive with the new third-generation P5 engine, which is implemented thanks to a special combination of two chips that maintains the optimized order of processing of the original P5 but adds computational power in key parts of the chain processing
As a final result, there is a doubling of the processing power and a 30% improvement in the PQ with respect to the second generation P5 chip.
In addition, this new processor can bring improvements in the PQ of the Perfect Natural Reality function exclusive to Philips TVs, in addition to providing better overall HDR performance, even for HDR10 and HDR10 + sources and can improve the dynamic content of HDR encoded in Dolby View.
The third generation of the 5G processor also includes contour enhancement, bit depth calculation and scattered filtering to produce a cleaner and sharper image, by enhancing the Detail Enhancer function of the original P5 by adding a Protection and Restoration function of Details to the original Measurement of Details.