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Philips 48OLED935

This OLED TV from Philips comes, among other things, with a 3840x2160 (4K Ultra HD) resolution. With the user-friendly operative system Android TV, you get quick access to apps sucRead more

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Lowest price for Philips 48OLED935 is £1,499. This is currently the cheapest offer among 5 stores.

A 48-inch OLED TV from Philips with a 3840x2160 (4K Ultra HD) resolution. With Android TV you get hundreds of apps, support for connection to smart devices through Google Assistant and a built-in Chromecast for easy sharing of images and videos. Even old classics which haven't been remastered in HD will look better on this TV thanks to image enhancement.

  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Audio Return Channel (ARC)
  • Android TV
  • Four HDMI ports
  • OLED screen

For the most frequently used devices you have four HDMI ports for your gaming consoles, Apple TV or other media players and cable receivers. If you want to display movies or images from external hard drives, you have two USB ports for that.

48OLED935 supports HDR - High Dynamic Range. Experience colour and light in a whole new way. With HDR you will see details in the lightest and darkest part of the image that you otherwise would have missed out on. Nowadays, many older movies and video games have been updated with HDR so that you can experience them anew and see details you missed the first time.

An OLED display has the great feature that it can turn off an individual pixel, thanks to them each having its own light source. Why is this? Well, to achieve a true black level, there can be no light. So turning off the light on an individual pixel provides a more natural black level than an LED display, for example.

As you can see, 48OLED935 is a TV with many handy features. If you compare the price of the model with the rest of the category, it is more expensive than most other models, but considering its features, you'd be getting a real premium product. If you compare prices on 48OLED935 on PriceRunner, you will see that the current lowest price is £1499.00. It is also one of the most most popular TVs.

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