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Philips OLED TV Scoops Another Award

Perfect blacks & ambilight gain particular approval

by Mark Hodgkinson Aug 16, 2017 at 7:43 AM

  • The Philips 55POS9002 OLED TV has picked up another accolade after comprehensively defeating a Samsung QLED in a TV shoot-out hosted for AVForums Members.
    This time the POS9002 was voted as the European Imaging and Sound Association’s (EISA) Best Buy OLED TV for 2017 – 2018. EISA commended the Philips TV for being able to offer state-of-the-art technology and performance at an affordable price to make the 9002 a set that: ‘stands out in the expanding OLED market.’

    The 9002 is Philips second OLED model but the first set to include Philips’ brand-new P5 picture processing engine - that offers an increase in processing power, speed and efficiency over the Philips Perfect Pixel Ultra HD engine.

    In highlighting the award, the EISA team particularly referenced the 9002’s ‘excellent picture quality’, highlighting the sets rich colours, fine details, deep blacks and motion sharpness and noting that each was a product of the 9002’s combination of the inherent advantages of OLED technology when powered by the P5 picture processing engine.

    The EISA panel also commended the heightened ‘sense of immersion with any source’ from Philips’ Ambilight technology.

    Commenting on the Award, TP Vision Managing Director Europe, Kostas Vouzas, said: ‘We are delighted that EISA has chosen to honour the 9002 with this award and that our efforts to offer something distinctive yet affordable in the OLED market has received such prestigious recognition. A Philips OLED TV that in all aspects simply looks better.’

    This recognition from EISA is the 2nd award the Philips 55POS9002 obtains in 2017, after receiving the honour of being nominated as an outstanding product in the Consumer Electronics category in the Red Dot Product Awards.

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